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Criminal Justice Faculty - Shannon Fowler

Shannon Fowler

Associate Professor

Office: C-340J
713-223-7996
fowlers@uhd.edu

Curriculum Vitae

My professional research interests include violent and sexual abuse/victimization.  Much of my research has focused on prison sexual abuse and victimization among young people.

Interests include:

Victimology, violent victimization, prison sexual abuse, criminology, and program evaluation.

​​Sam Houston State University                       Ph.D.            Criminal Justice

Eastern Kentucky University                          M.S.              Criminal Justice

Kentucky Wesleyan College                            B.S.             Criminal Justice

Victimology, violent victimization, prison sexual abuse, criminology, and program evaluation.

American Judicial System/Courts

Criminology

Ethic & Gender Issues in CJ

Introduction to CJ

Race & Crime

Research Methods in CJ

Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice

Social Deviance

Statistics for CJ

Victimology

Publications​

Blackburn, Ashley G., & Fowler, Shannon K. (2014, October). Batterers Intervention and Prevention Program Comparison Summary: Measure of Client Progress and Satisfaction.  Report submitted to the Tarrant County Community Supervision and Corrections Department.

Blackburn, Ashley G., Fowler, Shannon K., & Mullings, Janet L. (released 11/2013, © 2014). Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender inmates. In C. Marcum & T. Castle (Eds.), Sex in Prison: Myths and Realities (pp. 87-111). Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner.

Blackburn, Ashley G., Fowler, Shannon K., Mullings, Janet L., & Marquart, James W. (2011). Too close for comfort: Exploring gender differences in inmate attitudes toward homosexuality in prison. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 36(1), 58-72. doi: 10.1007/s12103-010-9099-6

Fowler, Shannon K., Blackburn, Ashley G., Marquart, James W., & Mullings, Janet L. (2010). Inmates' cultural beliefs about sexual violence and their relationship to definitions of sexual assault. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 49, 180-199. doi: 10.1080/10509671003666578​


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