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Daniel S. Murphy, Ph.D.,  Board Member

Murphy is an Associate Professor at Appalachian State University, Department of Government and Justice.
 
Dan's CURICULUM VITAE
 
Books:
  • Corrections and Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms.
    2012. Carolina Academic Press: Raleigh, North Carolina.
  • Murphy, Daniel S. Resource Manual and Test-bank for Corrections and Post-Traumatic Stress,
    2012. Carolina Academic Press: Raleigh, North Carolina.
  • Robinson, Mathew B. and Daniel S. Murphy. Greed is Good: Maximization and Elite Deviance in America.
    December, 2008. Roman and Littlefield: New York, New York.
Dan's prison related research include: 
  • Aspirin Ain't Makin It For the Kind Of Pain I'm In;
  • Health Care In The Federal Bureau Of Prisons;
  • Doing Gender As Structured Action: Women Guarding Men;
  • Health Care In The Federal Bureau Of Prisons: Fact of Fiction;
  • Prison And The Onset Of Post Traumatic Stress Symptoms;
  • Damaged Goods: Exploring Predictors of Distress Among Prison Inmates; and
  • Self-Control Behind Bars: A Validation Study Of The Grasmic Et Al. Scale.
Dan's research is predicated upon his personal experience, having spent five years imprisoned within the bowels of the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He is also an active member in the Convict Criminology movement.  
 
Dan can be contacted at: murphyds@appstate.edu
 
Dr. Daniel S. Murphy
Associate Professor
Department of Government and Justice Studies
Appalachian State University
Room 2037 Ann Belk Hall
ASU Box 32107
Boone, NC 28608

Ph. 828-262-6700
Fax 828-262-2947
Email:
murphyds@appstate.edu