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Dunn, Timothy

Faculty, Sociology

Fulton Hall (FH) 270
410-543-6432 or ext 36432
tjdunnsalisburyedu
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2014 Spring

  • SOCI 201-003 SOCIAL PROBLEMS
    Analysis of selected social problems in contemporary society. Emphasis on sociological understanding of the processes by which social problems are defined. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • SOCI 331-001 RACIAL & CULTURAL MINORITIES
    Study of ethnic differences that produce prejudice, stereotypes and discrimination and of the social processes employed by dominant and minority groups. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • SOCI 344-001 COMPLEX ORGANIZATIONS
    Analysis of the emergence of modern bureaucratic structure, emphasizing institutionalization, patterns of authority and impact on personality. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • SOCI 416-004 INDIVIDUAL DIRECTED STUDY
    Advanced study in an area of sociology. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor who will direct the study. Up to twelve hours per week.
  • SOCI 429-001 SENIOR EXPERIENCE
    Seminar designed to facilitate discussion about the organization and completion of research projects. This capstone experience is for students in their final year of the sociology program. Prerequisite: senior standing. One hour per week.
  • SOCI 498-001 INTERNSHIP IN SOCIOLOGY
    Provides students practical experience in addressing selected social issues in a public or private sector community setting. Field notes, periodic meetings with instructor, and typed reports analyzing an experience and a social issue are required. A maximum of four credits may be applied toward the sociology major. May be repeated once under a different community organization. Prerequisites: SOCI 101 or 201, junior standing, permission of the instructor. Up to twelve hours per week.

2014 Summer I

  • SOCI 498-001 INTERNSHIP IN SOCIOLOGY
    Provides students practical experience in addressing selected social issues in a public or private sector community setting. Field notes, periodic meetings with instructor, and typed reports analyzing an experience and a social issue are required. A maximum of four credits may be applied toward the sociology major. May be repeated once under a different community organization. Prerequisites: SOCI 101 or 201, junior standing, permission of the instructor. Up to twelve hours per week.

2014 Summer II

  • SOCI 498-001 INTERNSHIP IN SOCIOLOGY
    Provides students practical experience in addressing selected social issues in a public or private sector community setting. Field notes, periodic meetings with instructor, and typed reports analyzing an experience and a social issue are required. A maximum of four credits may be applied toward the sociology major. May be repeated once under a different community organization. Prerequisites: SOCI 101 or 201, junior standing, permission of the instructor. Up to twelve hours per week.

2014 Fall

  • SOCI 201-002 SOCIAL PROBLEMS
    Analysis of selected social problems in contemporary society. Emphasis on sociological understanding of the processes by which social problems are defined. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • SOCI 201-005 SOCIAL PROBLEMS
    Analysis of selected social problems in contemporary society. Emphasis on sociological understanding of the processes by which social problems are defined. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • SOCI 313-001 CRIMINOLOGY & PENOLOGY
    Consideration of crime and delinquency as forms of deviant behavior; examination of social causes, social reactions and applicable sociological theories. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • SOCI 416-003 INDIVIDUAL DIRECTED STUDY
    Advanced study in an area of sociology. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor who will direct the study. Up to twelve hours per week.
  • SOCI 498-001 INTERNSHIP IN SOCIOLOGY
    Provides students practical experience in addressing selected social issues in a public or private sector community setting. Field notes, periodic meetings with instructor, and typed reports analyzing an experience and a social issue are required. A maximum of four credits may be applied toward the sociology major. May be repeated once under a different community organization. Prerequisites: SOCI 101 or 201, junior standing, permission of the instructor. Up to twelve hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Dunn, T. J. 
(2001). 
Border militarization via drug & immigration enforcement: Human rights implications. 
Social Justice, 
28(2), 
257-278. 
Dunn, T. 
(1999). 
Military collaboration with the border patrol in the U.S.-Mexico border region: Inter-organizational relations & human rights implications. 
Journal of Political & Military Sociology, 
27(Wtr), 
257-277. 

Book(s)

Dunn, T. J. (2009) Blockading the border and human rights: The El Paso operation that remade immigration enforcement. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
Dunn, T. J. (1996) The militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border, 1978-1992: Low-intensity conflict doctrine comes home. Austin, TX: CMAS Books.

Book Chapters

Dunn, T. J. & Aragones, A. M. (2005). Recent Mexican Migration to the Rural Del-Mar-Va Peninsula: Human Rights vs. Citizenship Rights in a Local Context. V. Zuniga & R. Hernandez-Leon (Eds.), New Destinations of Mexican Immigration in the United States: Community Formation, Local Responses & Inter-Group Relations. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Edited Books

Staudt, K., Payan, T., & Kruszewski, A., Editors (2009). Human rights along the U.S.-Mexico border: Gendered violence & insecurity.  Closing Perspectives, by T. J. Dunn. Tuscon, AZ: University of Arizona Press.

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