Daniel C. Dahlgren, Ph.D.


  • DANIEL C. DAHLGREN, Ph.D.
    dcdahlgren@umes.edu
    410-651-6492

    EDUCATION:

    *Ph.D. Fall, (2001), Sociology, Medical Sociology: Mental Health and Social Policy Kent State University/Akron University: Doctoral Dissertation: “The Perceived Effects of Managed Care on the Mental Health of Children in Foster Care”            

    *M.A. (1994), Sociology/Classic-Contemporary Theory/Methodology: Master’s Thesis: “Meeting The Demand: A Qualitative Analysis of a Crack House                                                                                  

    *B.A. Psychology and *B.A. Sociology (1991) Kent State University, Undergraduate Research

    Areas: Social Psychology, Psychometrics, ODMH Reimbursement; and Social Work Licensure

    RESEARCH INTERESTS:   Juvenile Delinquency (Comparative, Diversion, Recidivism), Police and Minority Interaction (Verbal/Nonverbal Factors), Alternative Sentencing (Drug Courts, ISP, Juvenile Waiver), Self-Efficacy, Self-Esteem, and Police Interaction.  Criminological Theory, Research Methodologies Application and Evolution

    PUBLICATIONS/PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

    Dahlgren, Daniel C, David L Spinner (2015) “Deconstructing the Code of the Street:

                Understanding Shared Reality and Identifying Consistent Indicators”;  Journal of Social     

                Science Research (Presented/Submitted For Review)

    Dahlgren, Daniel C., David L Spinner, Thomas Mosley (2015);  Self-Efficacy and Policing

    Outcomes: Does Race Affect the Potential of Perceived Success or Failure within Law Enforcement Interactions, Journal of Social Science Research (Presented/Review Pending)

     

    Dahlgren, Daniel C, Nicholas Kugler (2015); Police Traffic Stops and Perceived Social

                Distance: How do Officers perceive Drver Characteristics, Journal of Social

                Science Research (Presented/Review Pending)

     

    Dahlgren, Daniel C.: Rationalizing Foster Care: The Effects of Managed Care on Juvenile Sex

                Offenders  Within the Community Council on Social Work Education 2013

     

    Dahlgren, Daniel C, Marina Garica Craft. 2013.  Harm Reduction American Style: Policy

    And Predictions. Submitted to: The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse  , and Policy. Francis &Taylor Press (reviewed, currently under edit)

     

    Kratcoski, Peter C., Daniel C. Dahlgren. 2004. “The CHANCE Program: An Assessment of

                a Drug Court” in Correctional Counseling and Treatment 5th edition. Waveland

                Press: Long Grove, Ill.

    Kratcoski, Peter C., Nawal H Ammar, Daniel C. Dahlgren. 2004. “Police Diversion of

                Delinquent Youths: An Assessment of Programs” in Correctional Counseling and

                Treatment 5th edition. Waveland Press: Long Grove, Ill.

     

    Kratcoski, Peter C., Daniel C. Dahlgren. 2001. “Final Research Report: Stark County CommonPleas Court CHANCE Program”.

     

    Kratcoski, Peter C., Nawal H. Ammar, Daniel C. Dahlgren. 2001. “Final Research Report: Police Juvenile Diversion Programs” OCJS Grant No. 97DGG027272.

     

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:
    Academy of Criminal Justices Sciences (ACJS), International Section

    Member, Society of Criminology (ASC)

    Member, American Sociological Association (ASA)

    Midwest Criminal Justice Association (MCJA)

    (Former Chair/President)

    Ohio Council On Criminal Justice Education (OCCJE)

    (Former Chair/President)

    SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES: 
    Criminal Justice Graduate SLOARS (Outcome Based Education Initiative: Acting Chair)

    Criminal Justice Comprehensive Examination Committee (Chair)

    Criminal Justice Graduate Student Admission Committee (Chair)

    Criminal Justice Graduate Assistantship Committee (Member)

    Criminal Justice Undergraduate Scholarship Committee (Member)