Social and Cultural Sciences
Ph.D., 2006, University of Minnesota
Criminal Punishment and Social Control; Racial and Ethnic Inequality; Punitive Attitudes; Racial Attitudes; Prisoner Reentry and Collateral Consequences.
Introduction to criminology, race, crime, and punishment, criminological theory, criminology and law studies senior capstone, comparative criminology
- O’Hare, Michael and Darren Wheelock. "Imprisonment Inertia and Public Attitudes Toward ‘Truth In Sentencing.’" Brigham Young University Law Review, Vol. 2015, No. 2, p. 257
- Hlavka, Heather, Darren Wheelock and Jennifer Cossyleon. “Narratives of Commitment: Looking for Work with a Criminal Conviction.” Accepted for publication at The Sociological Quarterly.
- Hartmann, Douglas and Darren Wheelock. Forthcoming. "Prevention in Practice," chapter 4 of Midnight Basketball: Race and the Realities of Sport-Based Crime Prevention. Douglas Hartmann. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
- Wheelock, Darren, Pamela Wald and Yakov Shrukin. 2012. “Managing the SociallyMarginalized:” Attitudes Towards Welfare, Punishment and Race. Journal of Poverty,16: 1-26.
- Darren Wheelock, Olga B. Semukhina & Nicolai Demidov. (2011) “Perceived Group
Threat and Punitive Attitudes in Russia and the United States”, British Journal of
Criminology, 51(6): 937-959
- Wheelock, Darren. 2011. “A Jury of One’s ‘Peers’: Felon Jury Exclusion and Racial Inequality in Georgia Courts.” Justice Systems Journal. 32 (3): 335-359.