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Kristina Thompson Garrity

Kristina Thompson GarrityKristina joined the CCJ doctoral program in the fall of 2014 after receiving her master’s degree from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Her research interests include exploring spatial and temporal dimensions of structure and violence, social control theories of crime and deviance, and the practical consequences of legal responses to rule-breaking. She currently works with Beth Huebner on an Arnold foundation grant-funded multi-state project, exploring the use of monetary sanctions in the Missouri court system.


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538 Lucas Hall
Email: kjthompson@umsl.edu

Kristina's vitae

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