Pamela Wilcox, Ph.D. Professor

Pamela Wilcox received her Ph.D. in Sociology at Duke University in 1994. Her research focuses on multilevel crime control/prevention, with special interest in integrating components of routine activities theory and social disorganization theory in order to understand crime and victimization risk within school and community contexts. She is author (with Kenneth C. Land and Scott A. Hunt) of Criminal Circumstance: A Dynamic Multicontextual Criminal Opportunity Theory (Aldine de Gruyter, 2003), and she is co-editor (with Francis T. Cullen) of theEncyclopedia of Criminological Theory and The Oxford Handbook of Criminological Theory. Recent articles have appeared in CriminologyJournal of Research in Crime and Delinquency,Justice QuarterlyJournal of Quantitative CriminologyViolence and Victims, and Journal of School Violence. She teaches in the areas of criminological theory and crime prevention.

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