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Dr. Jerry Hollingsworth


J. Hollingsworth

Education:

Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Doctoral Degree, (Ed.D) Child, Youth, and Family Studies (2005)

University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work, Arlington, Texas

Master’s Degree (M.S.S.W.) (1997)

McMurry University; Abilene, Texas

Bachelor’s Degree (BA) Sociology (1994)

University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii

AS Degree in Police Science (1977)

AREAS OF SCHOLARLY INTEREST

  • World Poverty
  • Globalization
  • Social problems of children in developing countries
  • Native American studies
  • Primitive societies
  • Serial Murder and Family Dysfunction
  • Crime and Gender

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

Native America in the Twenty-First Century, Cambridge Scholar’s Publishing, United Kingdom (2017)

Social Problems of Children in Sub-Saharan Africa, Cambridge Scholar’s Publishing, United Kingdom. (2012).

Children of the Sun: An Ethnographic study of the street children of Latin America. Cambridge Scholar’s Publishing, United Kingdom. (2008)

  

ACADEMIC JOURNAL ARTICLES                                                                              

Journal and Encyclopedia Articles for Criminological studies

  1. “Conduct Disorder in Females: Gender differences every youth care worker should know.”  Journal of Child and Youth Care Work, Volume 18.  University of Wisconsin Press. (2006).

  2. "Karla Hommolka, Serial Killer,” Great Lives in History: Notorious Lives. Salem Press. California. (2006).

  3. “Susan Smith,” Great Lives in History: Notorious Lives. Salem Press. California. (2006).

  4. “Mildred Hill,” Great Lives in History: Notorious Lives. Salem Press. California. (2006).

  5. “Vandalism: definitions, history, and prevalence,” Criminal Justice Encylopedia. Salem Press. California. (2004).

  6. “Vandalism: investigation, prosecution, and punishment,” Criminal Justice Encyclopedia. Salem Press. California. (2004).

  7. “W.E.B. Dubois,” Great Lives in History: History of African Americans. Salem Press, California. (2008).

  8. “The Forensics of Child Abuse,” The Forensics Encyclopedia. Salem Press. (2009). California.