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Dr. Lemuel Day

Associate Professor
Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; Department of Sociology
Expertise: Crime; Criminal Justice; Fear
Office Location: Roosevelt Hall 215
Office Hours: Mon: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.; Wed: 2-3:30 p.m. Zoom: https://chapman.zoom.us/j/4197847710
Phone: 714-997-6569
Education:
Loyola University of Chicago, Bachelor of Arts
University of Washington, Master of Arts
University of Washington, Ph.D.

Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications

F. Carson Mencken, Christopher D. Bader & L. Edward Day (2021) Fear of Crime on Community Engagement: Nonadditive and Nonlinear Effects by Gender, The Sociological Quarterly, DOI: 10.1080/00380253.2020.1850189
Day, L.E., Miller-Day, M., Hecht, M.L., and Fehmie, D. (2017). Coming to the new D.A.R.E.: A preliminary test of the officer-taught elementary keepin' it REAL curriculum. Addictive Behaviors 74, 67-73.
Miller-Day, Michelle, Sam Dorros, and L. Edward Day (2016). The impact of maternal and paternal communication dominance on offspring’s negative self-talk, depression, and suicidality. In L. Olson and M. Fine (Eds.). The Darker Side of Family Communication: The Harmful, the Morally Suspect, and the Socially Inappropriate. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.