Dr. Christina Lanier / Bear Hall 124 / 910-962-7691 / firstname.lastname@example.org
- 2006 Ph.D. Sociology, University of Delaware
- 2000 M.A. Applied Sociology, University of Central Florida
- 1998 B.A. Sociology, University of Central Florida
- American Indian Victimization and Offending
- Intimate Partner Violence
- Program Evaluation
- Substance Use and Abuse among College Students
- American Society of Criminology
- Sociologist for Women in Society
- American Evaluation Association
- Alpha Phi Sigma Chapter Advisor
Current Research Projects
- Patterns of Homicide and Suicide among American Indians
- Social Dynamics of Rural and Urban IPV
- Illicit Prescription Drug Use on Campus
- IPV and Reasons for Return
- Lanier, Christina and Erin J. Farley. 2011. "What Matters Most? Assessing the Influence of Demographic Characteristics, College-Specific Risk Factors, and Poly-drug use on Nonmedical Prescription Drug Use." Journal of American College Health 59(8):721-727.
- Bachman, Ronet, Heather Zaykowski, Christina Lanier, Margarita Poteyeva, and Rachel Kallmyer. 2010. "Estimating the Magnitude of Rape and Sexual Assault Against American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) Women." The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 43(2):199-222.
- Lanier, Christina and Michael O. Maume. 2009. "Intimate Partner Violence and Social Isolation Across the Rural/Urban Divide." Violence Against Women 15(11):1311-1330.
- Lanier, Christina. 2009. "Structure, Culture, and Leathality: An Integrated Model Approach to American Indian Suicide and Homicide." Homicide Studies 14(1):72-89.
- Bachman, Ronet, Heather Zaykowski, Rachel Kallmyer, Margarita Poteyeva, and Christina Lanier. 2008. "Violence Against American Indian and Alaska Native Women and the Criminal Justice Response: What is Known." US Department of Justice. (PDF)
- Social Research Methods
- Evaluation, Methods and Policy
- Introduction to Criminal Justice
- Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice Policy
- Methods of Social Research
Research Methods in Criminal Justice