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Prior to being hired at Wright State in 2006, Karen F. Lahm was a student here at WSU where she earned her BA in Sociology and MA in Applied Behavioral Science (ABS). Lahm received her Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Kentucky in 2001. Currently, she teaches undergraduate classes in both the sociology and Crime & Justice Studies programs, as well as graduate courses in the ABS program, including research methods, statistics, penology, victimology, sociology of deviant behavior, criminological theory, and an occasional introductory sociology course. Lahm’s research interests center around male and female inmate misconduct, victimization, prison programming, and inmate parents Outside school, Lahm loves to go to movies, watch sports, exercise, and walk her dog.
Lahm, Karen F., "Women Inmates: An Exploration of Misconduct and Victimization Behind Bars" (2015). CoLA Research Conference. 1.
Women Inmates: An Exploration of Misconduct and Victimization Behind Bars