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Dr. Robert Agnew - Strain Theory in Criminal Justice - 4/6

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Published on Sep 17, 2007

Dr. Robert Agnew's lecture delivered at Eastern Kentucky University - College of Justice and Safety in 2005 titled "Strain Theory in Criminal Justice".

Dr. Agnew attended Rutgers College from 1971 to 1975 where he earned his B.A. with highest honors and highest distinction in sociology. He went on to receive his M.A. in sociology, as well as his PhD in sociology, from UNC at Chapel Hill.

From fall 1980-present he has been Assistant Professor to Professor of Sociology at Emory University. The courses he taught include juvenile delinquency, criminology, social research, violence studies (an interdisciplinary course), causes of crime (graduate), controlling crime (graduate), biosocial bases of crime (graduate), teaching sociology (graduate). Dr. Agnew was also the Director of the Internship Program from 1982-85.

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