MCJ Program Director | Professor
Professional interests include racial disparity in police traffic stops, social identity theory, statistics, and others.
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Education and Training
- PhD, MA, BA, University of Iowa, Sociology
Areas of Professional Interest
- Racial Disparity in Police Traffic Stops and Use of Force
- Arrests and Incarceration
- Social Psychological Processes of Stereotyping
- Small Group Processes
- Power, Justice and Deviance
- Social Identity Theory
- Theory Construction in Criminal Justice and Criminology
- Quantitative Research Methods
Barnum, Christopher C and Robert Perfetti (under review): "Public Perceptions of Crime and Racially Biased Policing." Criminology
Barnum, Christopher C., Sandra A Quinn and Nicholas Manrique (2012): "Racial Disparity in Iowa Prisons: A Preliminary Examination." Race and Justice. Vol. 2, No. 2. 71-92.
Barnum, Christopher C., Walter Kurth, Robert Perfetti and Nick Richardson (under review): "Categorization and Implicit Cognitive Bias in Police Traffic Stops." Crime and Delinquency
Barnum, Christopher C and Robert Perfetti (2010). "Race Sensitive Choices by Police Officers in Traffic Encounters: Three Conceptual Models." Police Quarterly 13: 180 - 208.
Barnum, Christopher C. (2011), "Efficiency in Continually Operating Public Organizations: A Case Study. Public Personnel Management. 40: 279 - 292.
Barnum, Christopher C. Nick Richardson and Robert Perfetti. (in press), "The Relationship Between Underage alcohol Possession and Future Criminal Behavior." Sage Open.
Richardson, Nick and Chris Barnum. (2010), "The Effect of Communicative Impediments on Interpersonal Attachment and Deviance." Current Issues in Social Psychology Vol. 15: 12.
Barnum, Christopher C and Barry Markovsky, 2007. "Group Membership and Social Influence." Current Issues in Social Psychology. Vol. 13:3.
Kalkhoff, Will and Christopher Barnum, 2000. "The Effects of Status and Social Identity in Task Groups." Social Psychology Quarterly. 63: 95 - 115.
McLeer, Jennifer, Jake Frederick, Barry Markovsky and Chris Barnum 2011. "Open Interaction Coding" In Ed Lawler and Shane Thye (eds.) Advances in Group Processes. Greenwich Conn. JAI Press.
Barnum, Christopher, 2006. "The Effects of Status and Group Membership Modeled in a Graph-Theoretic Setting." In Ed Lawler and Shane Thye (eds.) Advances in Group Processes Greenwich Conn. JAI Press.
Barnum, Christopher, 1997. "A Reformulated Social Identity Theory." In Barry Markovsky, Michael Lovaglia and Lisa Troyer (eds.) Advances in Group Processes. Greenwich Conn. JAI Press.
Advanced Research Methods
Senior Seminar in Sociology
Justice, Planning and Leadership
Administration of Justice
Criminal Justice Seminar
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Introduction to Law Enforcement
White Collar and Organized Crime
Public and Private Security
Crime Policy Analysis
Chris Barnum, PhD, Program Director
Master of Criminal Justice
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