Dr. Logan’s research interests focus on the pains of imprisonment experienced by both inmates and correctional staff. He is also interested in the theoretical frameworks and quantitative methodologies that have been used to empirically assess institutional adjustment. These include hierarchical linear modeling and logistic regression analyses, as well as importation and deprivation models of prison adjustment.
2015 Ph.D. – University of Cincinnati, School of Criminal Justice (Criminal Justice) 2011 M.A. – University of Western Ontario (Sociology) 2009 B.A. – University of Western Ontario (Honors Specialization, Criminology)
CJUS320 – Theory, Crime, & Delinquency; CJUS312 – Statistics in Criminal Justice; CJUS452 - Occupational and Corporate Crime; CJUS631 - Graduate Seminar in Corrections; CJUS330 - Correctional Theory and Institutions
Research and Teaching Interests
Institutional Corrections The Pains of Imprisonment White-Collar Crime Criminological Theory