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Jennifer Schlosser, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Jennifer Schlosser, Ph.D.
Contact Info
Office:
Psychology Building 233A

Bio

Dr. Schlosser is an Assistant Professor of Sociology.  She received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of Missouri and specializes in the sociology of prisons, critical theory, qualitative methods, and social psychology.  She regularly teaches Social and Cultural Theory (SOC 310), Social Psychology (SOC/PSY 359), Community Corrections (SOC 359), and Introduction to Sociology (SOC 101) both on campus in Pueblo and at the Tower location.  She is also the faculty advisor for the Sociology/Criminology Club.

 

Dr. Schlosser has published her research on prison policy and inmate identity in several academic journals including Critical Criminology, Qualitative Inquiry, and the Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology.  

 

In 2015, her book, Inmates’ Narratives and Discursive Discipline in Prison: Rewriting Personal Histories Through Cognitive Behavioral Programs was published by Routledge and is currently available through the publisher’s website and on Amazon (ISBN: 978-1138814233).

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