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  • Matthew B. Robinson Appalachian State University Department of

    Government & Justice Studies Email: robinsnmbappstate.edu

    Updated March 2017

    OFFICE: (828) 262-6560 FAX: (828) 262-2947

    MOST RECENT ACTIVITY:

    Latest service: Elected Vice President, North Carolina Criminal Justice Association, 2017-2018

    Latest fun: Novella, The Test

    Book of Poetry, Origins Film, Capital Punishment in North Carolina

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oV5fHRu67to&feature=player_embedded Latest books:

    Robinson, Matthew B. (2017). Media Coverage of Crime and Criminal Justice (third edition). Durham, NC: CAROLINA ACADEMIC PRESS. Caravelis-Hughes, C., & Robinson, Matthew B. (2016). Social Justice, Criminal Justice. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson.

    Robinson, Matthew B. (2015). Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice. Durham, NC: CAROLINA ACADEMIC PRESS.

    Robinson, Matthew B. (2015). Criminal Injustice: How Politics and Ideology Distort American Ideals. Durham, NC: CAROLINA ACADEMIC PRESS.

    Robinson, Matthew B., and Renee Scherlen (2014). Lies, Damned Lies, and Drug war Statistics (2nd Ed.). Albany, NY: SUNY PRESS.

    Latest articles/chapters:

    Zaitzow, Barbara, & Robinson, Matthew B. (2017). Archival data sets: Revisiting issues and considerations. The Psychology Research Handbook: A Guide for Graduate Students and Research Assistants. London: SAGE. Robinson, Matthew B. (2017). Media coverage of capital punishment. Handbook on Capital Punishment. (Edited by Robert Bohm & Gavin Lee). New York: ROUTLEDGE. Robinson, Matthew B. (2015). Introduction to Race and Ethnicity. Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice (Edited by Matthew Robinson). Durham, NC: CAROLINA ACADEMIC PRESS.

    Robinson, Matthew B. (2015). How Race and Ethnicity Impact the Criminal Law. Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice (Edited by Matthew Robinson). Durham, NC: CAROLINA ACADEMIC PRESS.

    Robinson, Matthew B. (2015). Summary and the Future. Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice (Edited by Matthew Robinson). Durham, NC: CAROLINA ACADEMIC PRESS.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oV5fHRu67to&feature=player_embedded

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    EDUCATION:

    Ph.D. August 1997 Criminology and Criminal Justice The Florida State University -- Tallahassee, FL

    Doctoral Dissertation: Ecology and Crime: Lifestyles, Routine Activities, and Residential Burglary Victimization, May 1997

    M.S. August 1994 Criminology and Criminal Justice Minor in Higher Education The Florida State University -- Tallahassee, FL

    Master's Thesis: Environmental Characteristics of Burglary in Private Apartment Complexes Predominately Occupied by University Students, July 1994

    B.S. December 1992 Criminology and Criminal Justice Minor in Sociology The Florida State University -- Tallahassee, FL

    CERTIFICATES

    College Teaching Certificate, The Florida State University College of Education (Department of Educational Leadership), April 1994

    Certificate in Law Enforcement, The Florida State University (School of Criminology and Criminal Justice), December 1992

    Certificate in Corrections, The Florida State University (School of Criminology and Criminal Justice), December 1992

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    PRIMARY AREAS OF EXPERTISE & INTEREST:

    Capital Punishment/Death Penalty Criminological Theory Crime Prevention / CPTED Criminal Justice Policy Criminal Justice Education Race, Ethnicity, and Social Class Residential Burglary Social Justice War on Drugs/Drug Policy White Collar and Corporate Crime & Deviance

    TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

    PROFESSOR Fall 2008 - present Appalachian State University, Department of Political Science / Criminal Justice

    Courses taught: HON 1515, Justice Theory and Practice CJ 3400, Theories of Crime and Justice CJ 3531, Media, Crime, and Criminal Justice CJ 3450, Injustice in America CJ 4530, The Death Penalty CJ 4530, The War on Drugs CJ 4530, Conspiracies, Cover-ups and Crime CJ 5665, Contemporary Criminological Theory CJ 5670, Crime Analysis and Criminal Justice Planning CJ 5150, The American Justice System and Social Justice

    Some of the materials from this last class appear in Teaching Justice: Solving Social Justice Problems Through University Education, by Kristi Holsinger, Ashgate

    ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Fall 2003 – Fall 2008 Appalachian State University, Department of Political Science / Criminal Justice

    Courses taught: CJ 3400, Theories of Crime and Justice CJ 3535, 9/11 CJ 4530, Conspiracies, Cover-ups and Crime CJ 4530, The Death Penalty CJ 4535, Injustice in America CJ 4535, The War on Drugs CJ 5150, The American Justice System and Social Justice

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    CJ/PS 5535, 911 Seminar: Failures, Responses, Lessons Learned

    CJ 5660, Crime, Theory, and Policy PS 5500, US Domestic and International Responses to 9/11

    ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Fall 1997 - Spring 2003 Appalachian State University, Department of Political Science / Criminal Justice

    Courses taught: CJ 1100, Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ 3400, Theories of Crime and Justice CJ 3430, Corrections CJ 3534, Conspiracies, Cover-ups and Crime CJ 3536, Crime Prevention CJ 3537, The War on Drugs (also taught at 4000 level) CJ 3538, The Death Penalty (also taught at 4000 level) CJ 3545, Injustice in America CJ 5500, Integrated Theories of Crime (individual study) CJ 5500, Prison Recreation (individual study) CJ 5500, The Death Penalty (individual study) CJ 5500, Planned Changed in Criminal Justice (individual

    study) CJ 5660, Crime Theory and Policy CJ 5670, Crime Analysis and Criminal Justice Planning

    INSTRUCTOR May 1995 - August 1997 The Florida State University, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

    Courses taught: CCJ 2020, Introduction to Criminal Justice (7 times) CCJ 3011, Criminology (3 times) CCJ 4610, Criminal and Delinquent Behavior (2 times)

    ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR August 1994 - August 1997

    Tallahassee Community College, Criminal Justice Program Courses taught:

    CCJ 1010, Introduction to Criminology (5 times) CCJ 1100, Introduction to Law Enforcement (5 times) CCJ 1200, Introduction to the American Criminal Courts CCJ 1300, Introduction to Corrections CCJ 1500, Juvenile Delinquency

    ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR Fall 1994

    The Florida State University, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Course taught:

    CCJ 3011, Criminology

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    ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR (graduate intern) January - May 1994 Tallahassee Community College, Criminal Justice Program Course taught:

    CJ 1000, Introduction to Criminology (with Mr. Laurence Amuso)

    ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR (supervised teaching) August - December 1993

    The Florida State University, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Course taught:

    CCJ 4520, Juvenile Justice (with Dr. Frederic Faust) SCHOLARSHIP:

    PUBLICATIONS:

    Books:

    Robinson, Matthew B. (2002). JUSTICE BLIND? Ideals and Realities of American Criminal Justice, Upper Saddle River, NJ: PRENTICE-HALL. www.justiceblind.com

    Robinson, Matthew B. (2002). Instructor’s Manual for JUSTICE BLIND? Ideals and Realities of American Criminal Justice, Upper Saddle River, NJ: PRENTICE-HALL.

    Robinson, Matthew B.. (2004). WHY CRIME? An Integrated Systems Theory of Antisocial Behavior, Upper Saddle River, NJ: PRENTICE-HALL.

    The "Integrated Systems Theory" presented in this book has been translated into Serbian and published in the book, Theories in Criminology, written by Professor Đorđe Ignjatović of the University of Belgrade.

    The theory is also discussed at length in the film, Biology and Crime, produced by Danish TV

    Paulsen, Derek, and Matthew B. Robinson (2004). SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF CRIME: Theory and Practice. Boston, MA: ALLYN & BACON.

    http://www.justiceblind.com/

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    Robinson, Matthew B. (2005). JUSTICE BLIND? Ideals and Realities of American Criminal Justice (2nd Ed.), Upper Saddle River, NJ: PRENTICE-HALL.

    Robinson, Matthew B. (2005). Instructor’s Manual for JUSTICE BLIND? Ideals and Realities of American Criminal Justice 2nd Edition, Upper Saddle River, NJ: PRENTICE-HALL.

    Robinson, Matthew B., Jefferson Ingram, Richard Seiter, Robert Shearer, Michael Biggs, Marvin Zaiman, Gregory Lee, Harvey Wallace, and Cliff Roberson (2005). The Drug Trade and the Criminal Justice System Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.

    Robinson, Matthew B. and Renee Scherlen (2007). LIES, DAMNED LIES, AND DRUG WAR STATISTICS: A Critical Analysis of Claims Made by the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Albany, NY: State University of New York (SUNY) Press.

    Considered for “C. Wright Mills Outstanding Book Award,” Society for the Study of Social Problems, 2007-2008

    Considered for the “Michael J. Hindelang Award,” American Society of Criminology, 2008-2009

    Robinson, Matthew B. (2007). DEATH NATION: The Experts Explain American Capital Punishment. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

    Paulsen, Derek, and Matthew B. Robinson. (2008). CRIME MAPPING AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS: Theory and Practice (2nd Ed.), Boston, MA: ALLYN & BACON.

    Robinson, Matthew B. (2008). Instructor’s Manual for CRIME MAPPING AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS: Theory and Practice