- Criss Library/OASA, OASA
Criminological theory, violence
Gender and crime and justice, historical trends in violence
Awards and Honors
Outstanding Service Award, Service, University - 03/31/2014
Educational Administrator of the Year Award, Leadership - 11/30/2013
Partnership Award, Service, Community - 09/30/2013
Ph D, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, Sociology, Criminology, 1999
Batton, Candice, Ogle, Robbin. "Patriarchy and the Structure of Employment in Criminal Justice: Differences in the Experiences of Men and Women Working in the Legal Profession, Corrections, and Law Enforcement.."
Ogle, Robbin, Batton, Candice. 2009. "Revisiting Patriarchy: Its Conceptualization and Operationalization in Criminology," 17, 159-182.
Batton, Candice. 2004. "Gender Differences in Lethal Violence: Historical Trends in the Relationship Between Homicide and Suicide Rates, 1960-2000.," 21, 3, 423-462.
Batton, Candice, Kadleck, Colleen. 2004. "Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Racial Profiling Research.," 7, 1, 30-64.
Batton, Candice, Jensen, Gary. 2006. "Decommodification and Homicide Rates in the Twentieth Century United States."
Department, College, and University
Tuition Remissions Task Force, Task Force Chair, Responsible for organizing and leading the Task Force including identifying members, coordinating and running monthly meetings, compiling admission and remissions database, and developing and evaluating recommendations for remissions policy. Also developed policy statement for UNO on differential tuition programs that describes the policies and procedures for proposing such programs., 08/01/2015 - 08/31/2015
Academic Planning Council, Committee Chair, 07/01/2015 - 07/31/2015
Nebraska Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, Member, 01/01/2010 - present
EducationPh.D., Sociology, Vanderbilt University
Research InterestsHistorical Studies of Crime and Violence Rates in the United States, Gender Differences in Crime
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