Degree Prgoram: PhD


Department: Politics & International Affairs
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Email: doris.schartmueller@nau.edu
Areas of Interest: correctional policy; theories of punishment; international organizations; international relations theory
Bio:

Education

  • Northern Arizona University, MA, Criminal Justice

Interests

  • correctional policy
  • theories of punishment
  • international organizations
  • international relations theory

Publications

Schartmueller, D. (2014). People matter more than numbers: Organized efforts against prison privatization in Florida. Contemporary Justice Review (forthcoming).

Schartmueller, D. (2013). Too dangerous to get out?: The use of individualized release mechanisms for life-time incarcerated offenders in Sweden. Criminal Justice Policy Review.

Poirier, R. and Schartmueller, D. (2012). Indigenous water rights in Australia. The Social Science Journal, 49, 3, 317-324.

Schartmueller, D. and Solop F. I. (2012). Tough Talk at the Border: The 2010 U.S. Senate Election in Arizona. In: W. J. Miller and J. D. Walling. Tea Party Effects on 2010 U.S. Senate Elections. Stuck in the Middle to Lose. Plymouth, UK: Lexington Books, 175-193.

Dissertation

  • Ready or Not: Deciding on the Release of Life-time Incarcerated Offenders from Prison in Sweden, Finland, and Denmark.