User:DrGaryWebb

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EDUCATION

A. Doctor of Philosophy (Sociology - Deviance and Social Control) - 1982 Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois

B. Master of Arts Degree (Sociology) - 1972 Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois

C. Bachelor of Science Degree (Social Science - major; History - minor) - 1970 Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois

D. Associate of Science Degree (Social Science) - 1969 Lakeland College, Mattoon, Illinois


EXPERIENCE

A. Associate Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, 1991- Present. (Chairperson, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, 1991-1997.)

B. Associate Professor, Criminal Justice Program, Tarleton State University (Texas A&M University System), Stephenville, Texas, 1984-1991. Served as Director of the Criminal Justice Program 1984 – 1990.

C. Assistant Professor of Sociology and coordinator of the Criminal Justice Program Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Social Work, and Criminal Justice East Texas State University, Commerce, Texas, 1982 - 1984. (Now Texas A&M at Commerce.)

E. Administrative Services Supervisor, Program Evaluator, and Grant Supervisor Harris County Juvenile Probation Department, Houston, Texas, 1979 - 1982.

F. Instructor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas, 1977 - 1979.

G. Lecturer, Department of Sociology Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, 1976 - 1977.

H. Teaching Assistant, Department of Sociology Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, 1972 - 1974.

I. Instructor, Marion Federal Penitentiary (maximum security prison) Marion, Illinois, under Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, Summer 1973.

J. Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Sociology Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois, 1971 - 1972.


Professional Presentations include the following:

1. “Levels of Supervision and Concomitant Services in the Juvenile Justice System in Dallas and Dallas County” by Gary L. Webb and Ernest T. Taylor presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, Illinois, March 17, 2005.

2. “Intensive Supervision in Juvenile Probation in Dallas and Dallas County” by Gary L. Webb and Ernest T. Taylor, presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 9 - 13, 2004.

3. “Electronic Monitoring in Community Corrections: What are the benefits and the risks?” by Gary L. Webb, presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Diego, California, November 19-22, 1997.

4. Labeling Drug Users Criminal: Is it making people better than they are or simply labeling more people criminal?” by Gary L. Webb, presented at the 11th International Conference on Drug Policy Reform, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 15-18, 1997.

5. “Police Organization and Management Practice in Middletown: A Look to the Future” by Gary L. Webb and Susan L. Sayles, presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Louisville, Kentucky, March 11 -15, 1997.

6. “The Politics of Sexual Harassment” by Gary L. Webb, presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, November 20-23, 1996.

7. “Racism and the O.J. Simpson Case” by Gary L. Webb, presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 12-16, 1996.

8. “Current Drug Laws in the United States of America and Bigotry” by Gary L. Webb, presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, Massachusetts, March 7-11, 1995.

9. “Victimization in Middletown: The Aftermath from the Victim’s Perspective” by Gary L. Webb, presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Chicago, Illinois, March 8-12, 1994.

10. “Victimization in Middletown: A Case Study” by Gary L. Webb and M. Steven Meagher, presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Kansas City, Missouri, March 16-20, 1993.

11. “Careers In Academe: Performance, Expectations and Disappointment,” by Gary L. Webb and M. Stephen Meagher, presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, September 30 - October 3, 1992.

12. “Rural Justice: Texas Style,” presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Criminal Justice Association, Montgomery, Alabama, October 2-5, 1991.

13. “The Value of Criminal Justice Education,” by G. L. Webb, L. Koonsman, and C. J. Brown, presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice Educators, Corpus Christi, Texas, October 7-8, 1988.

14. “Covert Participant Observation,” presented at the annual meeting of the Western Social Science Association (Methodology session), Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 27-30, 1983.

15. “Ethics and Covert Participant Observation,” presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Sociological/Social Science Association (Qualitative Sociology: Methodological Procedures and Issues session), Houston, Texas, March 16-19, 1983.

16. “The Role of Clinical Sociology,” presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Sociological/Social Science Association (Concepts and Practice session), Houston, Texas, March 16-19, 1983.

17. “The Role of the Program Evaluation Specialist,” presented at the annual meeting of the Texas Academy of Science, Corpus Christi, Texas, March 6-8, 1980.

18. “Community Profiling, Neighborhood Identity and Environmental Assessment: An Approach for Optimizing Local Resources Against Crime,” by W. Millsap and G. L. Webb, presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, March 12-14, 1980.

19. “The Pursuit of Knowledge and Basic Methodological Divergences between Anthropology and Sociology,” presented at the annual meeting of the Western Social Science Association (Crossing Over: Inter-disciplinary Approaches to Behavior session), Lake Tahoe, Nevada, April 26-28, 1979.

20. “An Analysis of the Case History Method in Criminological Research,” presented at the annual meeting of the Western Social Science Association (Criminology: Problems and Issues session), Lake Tahoe, Nevada, April 26-28, 1979.


ARTICLES CREATED

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