Professors in Print

Curious about the way women are portrayed in the media? Searching for information on stuttering? Ready to learn about food preparation? Look no farther than the faculty from the School of Applied Sciences, who have published several books on these diverse topics and more during the past year. The recently published works include

(UM author names in bold)

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Stuttering Myths, Beliefs and Straight Talk for Teens (brochure)

Greg Snyder

 

Family and Consumer Sciences

Food Preparation, A Laboratory Manual, 1st edition

Kathy Knight, Laurel Lambert

 

Legal Studies 

Introduction to Homeland Security
David H. McElreath, Chester L. Quarles, Carl J. Jensen, Robert Nations

Introduction to Terrorism
David H. McElreath, Carl J. Jensen, Chester L. Quarles, Stephen Mallory, Michael Wigginton

Introduction to Criminal Justice, 5th edition
Ronald Waldron, Chester L. Quarles, David H. McElreath, Michelle E. Waldron, David Milstein

Media coverage of mass murder events: The influence of female victimization
Janice E. Clifford, Carl J. Jensen, Thomas A. Petee

Does the United States Need a New Police Force for Stability Operations?
Terrence K. Kelly, Seth G. Jones, James E. Barnett, Keith Crane, Robert C. Davis, Carl Jensen

A Stability Police Force for the United States: Justification and Options for Creating U.S. Capabilities
Terrence K. Kelly, Seth G. Jones, James E. Barnett, Keith Crane, Robert C. Davis, Carl Jensen

Assessing the New York City Police Department Firearm Training and Firearm-Discharge Review Process
Bernard D. Rostker, Lawrence M. Hanser, William M. Hix, Carl Jensen, Andrew R. Morral, Greg Ridgeway, Terry L. Schell

Evaluation of the New York City Police Department Firearm Training and Firearm-Discharge Review Process
Bernard D. Rostker, Lawrence M. Hanser, William M. Hix, Carl Jensen, Andrew R. Morral, Greg Ridgeway, Terry L. Schell

The Empowered Paralegal
Robert Mongue