Daniel M Harrison

Daniel M. Harrison

Associate Professor of Sociology
Ph.D., Florida State University (2001)
M.S., Florida State University (1996)
B.A., New College of the University of South Florida (1993)


OFFICE HOURS
MON: 09:00 AM-12:00 PM   TUE: 09:00 AM-09:45 AM,11:15 AM-11:30 AM   WED: 09:00 AM-12:00 PM   THU: 09:00 AM-09:45 AM,11:15 AM-11:30 AM  


CLASSES TAUGHT
Course Num Course Title
HP-113 Interntl Issues in Bus & PA
SOCI-101 Introduction to Sociology
SOCI-202 Social Problems
SOCI-227 Social Movements
SOCI-228 Popular Culture & Mass Media
SOCI-230 Deviance and Social Control
SOCI-304 Juvenile Delinquency
SOCI-305 Sociological Theory
SOCI-313 Methods of Social Research
SOCI-326 Society and Law
SOCI-330 Measurement, Scaling, and Anal
SOCI-371 Adv. Studies in Deviance & Cri
SOCI-371 Advanced Studies in Crime & De
SOCI-371 Advanced Studies in Crime
SOCI-371 Cultural Studies
SOCI-371 Sociology of Sports and Leisur
SOCI-371 Risk-Taking
SOCI-375 Cultural Studies
SOCI-377 Environmental Sociology
SOCI-399 Sociological Theory
SOCI-407 Sociological Theory & Applicat
SOCI-499 Practicum in Contemporary Soci

CHAPTERS, CASES, READINGS, SUPPLEMENTS
  • Civil Rights Movement. The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, Vol. 20 - Social Class. University of North Carolina Press. (2012)
  • The Social Organization of Audio Piracy on the Internet. Cybercrime and Criminological Theory: Fundamental Readings on Hacking, Piracy, Theft, and Harassment. Cognella, Inc.. (2012)
  • Consumerism. Globalization and Human Security: An Encyclopedia. Praeger Security Press. (2009)
  • Class Conflict in Capitalist Society: Foundations and Comparative-Historical Patterns. Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict, Third Edition. Elsevier. (2008)
ARTICLES - REFEREED
  • Social Action and Catastrophe in Current Perspectives in Social Theory. (2009)
  • Durkheim, Terrorism, and Positive Deviance in International Journal of Crime, Criminal Justice and Law. (2007)
  • Corporate Warriors: Changing Forms of Private Armed Force in America in Current Perspectives in Social Theory. (2006)
  • What Activists Are Up Against: Protest Management in the United States in il Dubbio: rivista transnazionale di analisi politica e sociale. (2004)
  • Rethinking Circumcision and Sexuality in the United States in Sexualities. (2002)
  • The Social Organization of Audio Piracy on the Internet in Media, Culture and Society. (2001)
ARTICLES - NON-REFEREED
  • 'Reflections on Education.' in The Southern Sociologist. (2008)
  • Strategies for Teaching Classical Theory to Undergraduates in Perspectives: The Newsletter of the ASA Theory Section. (2004)

PRESENTATIONS
  • Who Do We Teach? A Sociological Snapshot of the Lander University Student Body. Faculty Expo. Greenwood, South Carolina. (2013)
  • Harlan County, Social Class and Collective Amnesia: The Interplay of Structure and Culture. Eastern Sociological Society. Boston, Massachusetts. (2013)
  • The New College Grove Protest: Students, Politics and Environmental Action. Southern Sociological Society. Atlanta, Georgia. (2013)
  • Teaching Sociology in a Poorly Educated State. South Carolina Sociological Association. Orangeburg, South Carolina. (2013)
  • Harlan County, Organized Deviance and Collective Memory. Southern Sociological Society. New Orleans, Louisiana. (March, 2012)
  • Incorporating Service Learning into Introduction to Sociology Courses: Lessons from the Trenches. South Carolina Sociological Association. Greenwood, South Carolina. (February, 2012)
  • The Strange Case of Marshall Ledbetter: Deviance and Control in a Southern Town. American Sociological Association. Las Vegas, Nevada. (August, 2011)
  • Behavior Management in the College Classroom. South Carolina Sociological Association. Charleston, South Carolina. (2011)
  • Online Learning, Higher Education and the Future of Information Technologies. American Sociological Association. Atlanta, Georgia. (2010)
  • The Juggling Professor: Role Expansion at Liberal Arts Colleges. Southern Sociological Association. Atlanta, Georgia. (2010)
  • Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Online Teaching in Sociology. Southern Sociological Society. New Orleans, Louisiana. (April, 2009)
  • Security Issues Facing Global Consumer Society. Southern Sociological Society. Richmond, Virginia. (April, 2008)
  • Human Reactions to Catastrophic Situations. Southern Sociological Association. Richmond, Virginia. (April, 2008)
  • Role Shifts in the Transition from Graduate Student to Professor. Southern Sociological Society. Atlanta, Georgia. (April, 2007)
  • Action in Extreme Environments and Risky Situations. American Sociological Association. Montreal, Quebec. (August, 2006)
  • Positive Deviance, Edgework and the Sociology of Extreme Environments. Southern Sociological Society. New Orleans, Louisiana. (March, 2006)
  • Diversity in the US Criminal Justice System. Greenville Technical College. Greenville, South Carolina. (February, 2006)
  • Corporate Warriors: Changing Forms of Armed Force in the United States. American Sociological Association. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (August, 2005)
  • The Cultures of the Rocky Mountain West (Paper Session: Culture: Trends and Regions) . Southern Sociological Society. Charlotte, North Carolina. (April, 2005)
  • The Criminalization of Dissent: Cultures of Policing and Protest (Critical Theory and Cultural Studies Session) . Southern Sociological Society. New Orleans, Louisiana. (March, 2003)
  • The Critical Theory of Network Analyst Harrison White. Philosophy and the Social Sciences. Prague, Czech Republic. (May, 2000)
  • Deconstructing the Phallocracy: Rethinking Circumcision and Gender. American Sociological Association. San Francisco, California. (August, 1998)
  • Private Security Past and Present. European Sociological Association. Wivenhoe Park, United Kingdom. (August, 1997)
  • A Mapping of the Project of Radical Enlightenment. American Sociological Association. Washington, District of Columbia. (August, 1995)