Criminal Justice Faculty Present Research at National Conference
Dr. MoonSun Kim, Dr. Haci Duru, and Dr. Andrew Baranauskas of the Department of Criminal Justice all recently attended and presented research at the American Society of Criminology annual conference in Atlanta, GA.
Faculty members of the Department of Criminal Justice presented their research at the annual conference of the American Society of Criminology:
Dr. MoonSun Kim presented a paper entitled “Fight Against Hate Crimes: An In-Depth Study of State Hate Crime Laws.” This presentation was part of a panel on “Anti-Asian Racism and Violence” organized by the Korean Society of Criminology in America.
Dr. Haci Duru’s presentation was “An Agent-Based Simulation Model to Compare ‘Hard’ Versus a ‘Soft’ Approach in Counterinsurgency.” This presentation was based on research that Dr. Duru completed with Dr. Joseph Cochran of the Department of Criminal Justice.
Dr. Andrew Baranauskas presented on “News Media, Racial Empathy, and Public Perceptions of Police use of Force.” This presentation was part of a panel on “Police Use of Force in the Media.”