Kenneth Wagner, PhD
PhD Public Policy and Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University
MS Criminal Justice, Virginia Commonwealth University
BS Sociology, Virginia Commonwealth University
Dr. Wagner is interested in the influence of religion on public policy, authoritarianism within the criminal justice system, and legal issues. In his spare time he enjoys playing with his daughter, spending time with his wife, reading, playing with his dogs, and going to the movies.
Recent Professional Activity
- Publication, 2006. “Film Review: A Boy and His Dog,” Contemporary Justice Review Vol. 9, No. 3, September 2006, pp. 329–331.
- Publication w/Owen, S., 2006, “Evangelicalism and School Corporal Punishment,” Social Justice ResearchDecember, vol. 19, issue 4, 2006.
- Publication, 2006. “Coverage of Radical Criminology in Introductory Criminology Textbooks.” ACJS Today, December, 2006.
Dr. Wagner is also a faculty advisor to the Sociology Club and Pre-Law Society.