Stacy L. Mallicoat, Ph.D.
Professor of Criminal Justice
Phone: (657) 278 - 2132
Office: GH 537
M 2:00-4:00 PM &
TU 2:00-3:30 PM
Via ZOOM M 6:00-7:00 PM
or by appointment
- 2003, Ph.D. in Sociology (Concentration in Criminology), University of Colorado, Boulder
- 1997, B.A.in Sociology (Concentration in Crime and Deviance) and Legal Studies, Pacific Lutheran University
- Feminist Criminology
- Juvenile Delinquency
- Death Penalty
- Criminal Justice Policy.
- Quantitative and Qualitative methodology
- Evaluation research
Courses Regularly Taught
- CRJU 100 Crime, Law and Justice
- CRJU 300 Introduction to Criminal Justice (WEB)
- CRJU/POSC 404 Capital Punishment
- CRJU 430 Women and Crime
- CRJU 492 Pre Law Internship
- Mallicoat, Stacy L. Women and Crime: A Text Reader, 2nd edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
- Mallicoat, Stacy L. and Gardiner, Christine L. (2014). Criminal Justice Policy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
- Mallicoat, Stacy L. and Ireland, Connie Estrada. (2013). Women and Crime: The Essentials. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
- Mallicoat, Stacy L. (2012). Women and Crime: A Text-Reader. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
- Mallicoat, Stacy L. and Gardiner, Christine L. (2012). California's Criminal Justice System. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press
Peer Reviewed Articles
- Cass, Amy I. and Stacy L. Mallicoat (2014). “ College Student Perceptions of Victim Action: Will Targets of Stalking Report to Police?” American Journal of Criminal Justice.
- Mallicoat, Stacy L. and Gregory C. Brown. (2008). "The Impact of Race and Ethnicity on Student Opinions of Capital Punishment" ; Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice.
- Vollum, Scott, Stacy L. Mallicoat and Jacqueline Buffington-Vollum. (2008). “ Death Penalty Attitudes in an Increasingly Critical Climate: Value-Expressive Support and Attitude Mutability Southwest Journal of Criminal Justice, 5(3).
- Mallicoat, Stacy L. (2007). “Gendered Justice: Attributional Differences between Males and Females in the Juvenile Courts. ” Feminist Criminology, 2:1, 4-30.
- Mallicoat, Stacy L. and Michael L. Radelet. (2004.) “The Growing Significance of Public Opinion for Death Penalty Jurisprudence”. Journal of Crime and Justice, 27:1, 119-130.