Paul D. Bones, PhD

Assistant Professor of Sociology


PhD 2015 University of Oklahoma

Courses Taught


  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Race, Crime, and Justice


  • Race, Crime, and Justice

Research Interests

Disability and Crime, Environmental Criminology, Rural Crime, Victimology, Stigma and Victimization, College Deviance, Cultural Sociology, Race and Crime, and Domestic Terrorism

Selected Publications

  • Bones, Paul D.C and Trina L. Hope. 2015. “Broken Neighborhoods: A Hierarchical Spatial Analysis of Police Calls and Disability Concentration in Washington, D.C.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 31(2): 311-329.
  • Bones, Paul D.C. 2013. “Perceptions of Vulnerability: A Target Characteristics Approach to Disability, Gender, and Victimization.” Deviant Behavior, 34(9): 727-50.

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