Current Plaudits

Phyllis E. Berry

Associate professor, criminal justice and legal studies

Journal articles

  • "Mediation vs. Arrest Approaches to Domestic Assault:  Policy Implications for Addressing Domestic Abuse Among Under-Educated and Jobless Offenders."  American Journal of Criminal Justice 33(2) 2008.
  • "Parental Controls and Gun Possession by Juveniles:  Stopping Youth Gun Violence Before it Begins." Professional Issues in Criminal Justice 3(3) 2008.

Presentations

  • "Techniques of Deritualization and the Restructuring of Papuan Society into an Indonesian Province," American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Meeting, Las Vegas, Nev., February 2011
  • "Trip to Papua, Indonesia," International House, fall 2008 and Washburn Walkers, April 2009
  • "Ritual, Collective Identity and the Modern State:  Indonesia and the Reconstruction of Papuan Society," American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Meeting, Las Vegas, Nev., February 2009

Community involvement

  • Foster care review board, Courth Appointed Special Advocates, Shawnee County