Consultants

 

 

Michael J. Lynch, Ph.D.

Recognized figure in the realm of criminology due to his work on corporate crime. Lynch is one of the most prolific criminologists in the field of critical theory in the United States and other parts of the world. Pioneer in the field of contemporary and environmental criminology. University professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice of the University of the South of Florida (USF). Academician, author, coauthor and editor of multiple books and an extensive collection of scientific articles on criminology and criminal justice. One of its textbooks on critical criminology is widely used at the level of the undergraduate and graduate schools in the United States. Expert in: crimes of corporations, socioeconomic aspects of crime, penal system and punitive policy, feminism and criminology, female delinquency, critical criminology, racial discrimination in the criminal justice system, environmental criminality and green criminology, criminological theory, history and social control, marginalization, crime and criminology.

 

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Bruce A. Arrigo, Ph.D.

Professional academician and investigator who is highly recognized in the United States in academic circles for his scholarly publications.  Pioneer in contemporary criminological theory. University professor in the Department of Criminal Justice in the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. He has published an exceptional number of articles and books in criminology and criminal justice. Recognized figure in the field with numerous academic awards in the United States. Expert in: area of social control, critical philosophy, deviancy and antisocial conduct, juvenile delinquency, postmodernist thought in criminology, critical criminology, ethics in criminal justice, theory in criminology, connection between psychology, law and economic policy, punitive systems and psychiatry, criminal justice policy, terrorism and international policy, police and community policing.

 

 

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Raymond J. Michalowski, Ph.D.

Recognized academician, criminologist, anthropologist and sociologist. Author, coauthor of numerous textbooks and scientific articles in the domain of criminology criminal justice. University professor and director of the graduate program of the Department of Criminal Justice in Northern Arizona University. Expert in: the socioeconomic aspects of crime, critical criminology, public policy and crime, corporate crime, penal systems in general and the penal system of the government of Cuba in particular, criminological theory, critical criminology, human rights at the transnational level, policy of borders and immigration affairs, social justice, environmental criminology, and political crime.

 

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Carolyn Johnston, Ph.D.

Renown professional academician in contemporary history, feminism and American public policy.  Professor of History, American Studies and comparative cultures at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida. She has occupied the positions of Director of Women’s and Gender Studies Program and Chair of Letters Collegium (Humanities Division) at Eckerd.  She currently holds the Elie Wiesel Chair of Humane Letters. Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in 1992. Expert in: American culture, history of Native American populations, history of international conflicts, socioeconomic, political and cultural dynamics connected to minority groups, critical philosophy, European and American Literature, and feminism in the terrain of criminal justice.  Recognized in academic circles for her work as an historian and as an educator in the sphere of liberal arts pedagogy at the superior level.  Proficient data analyst in terms of social problems.

 

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Ian D. Marder, M.A., B.A.

Criminologist with research experience and expertise in the fields of criminal justice policy, restorative justice, victimology, international criminal justice, comparative criminology, social finance, banking law and regulation, the arms trade and the zemiology of consumer credit. Former Sub-Editor of The Pryer and former Editor of the now defunct Spotlight Magazine. Completed a B.A. in Criminology and Criminal Justice (finishing first out of forty-six students) and an M.A. in International and Comparative Criminal Justice (at the top of a class of sixteen students), both at the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies and the School of Law, University of Leeds. Has lived in Canada, the UK and Hong Kong, and is currently applying to study for a Ph.D. in Criminology, looking at the deferral of court-based justice across jurisdictions (particularly deferred sentencing and deferred prosecutions), as well as the implementation of Schedule 16 of the Crime and Courts Bill in England and Wales, which outlines procedures whereby judges may defer sentencing to allow for the restorative justice process to take place.

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J. Santiago Núñez, M.A., B.A.

Criminologist, educator, adjunct, visiting lecturer and former instructor at the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Florida State University (FSU), Tallahassee, Florida.  Former language visiting instructor at the Department of Modern Languages at FSU.  Former language and social studies teacher within the private and public schools systems in the state of Georgia.  Author and coauthor of scientific articles in matters of political economy and crime, feminism and criminality and corporate crime. Textbook revisions in the field of criminology, criminal justice and public policy connected to drugs crime. Expert in: cultural materialism and anthropology, feminism and criminal justice, crime and political economy, juvenile delinquency, juvenile justice, crime and minority groups, drugs and crime, criminological theory, critical criminology, victimology, and community policing.

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