Neil Quisenberry, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Sociology
Office: Carnegie Hall 111B
Phone: (618) 537-6849
Ph.D., University of Kentucky
M.A., University of South Florida
B.A., Western Kentucky University
Haskins, William A . and Phillip Neil Quisenberry. 2007. “Effects of Freedom of Speech Attitudes and Communication Styles on Physical Violence, Hate Speech, Marijuana Use and Alcohol Intoxication Among University Students.” The International Journal of The Humanities 5(3): 93-105.
Jones, Shayne E., and Phillip Neil Quisenberry. 2004. “The General Theory of Crime: How General Is It?” Deviant Behavior 25(5): 401-426. Wilcox, Pamela, Phillip Neil Quisenberry, Debra T. Cabrera, Shayne E. Jones. 2004. “Busy Places and Broken Windows? Toward Defining the Role of Physical Structure and Process in Community Crime Models.” Sociological Quarterly 45 (2):185-207.45 (2):185-207.
Wilcox, Pamela, Phillip Neil Quisenberry and Shayne E. Jones. 2003. “The Built Environment and Crime Risk Interpretation.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 40:322-346.
I am responsible for the Criminal Justice Program here at McKendree. In addition, I generally teach the following courses on a regular basis:
Principles of Sociology
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Classical Social Theory
Contemporary Social Theory
I am a member of:
The American Society of Criminology
The Midwest Sociological Society
I am a reviewer for:
The Journal of Contemporary Ethnography
Roxbury Publishing Company
I am the faculty advisor for:
Sociology Honor Society
Alpha Kappa Delta