DEE WOOD HARPER, JR. PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY 
COORDINATOR OF GRADUATE STUDIES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
BOX 14, Loyola Station
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY NEW ORLEANS
NEW ORLEANS, LA  70118
Tel: 504-865-2161
Fax: 504-865-3883

Education

B.A., George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University,
   Major:  Sociology,  Minor:  Biology, 1962.
M.A., Louisiana State University,
   Major:  Sociology, Minor: Anthropology, 1965.
Ph.D., Louisiana State University,
   Major:  Sociology, Minor: Anthropology, 1967.
NIMH Post-Doctoral Fellow, Tulane University Medical Center,
   Major:  Social Psychiatry, 1974.

Recent Presentations at Professional Conferences

  Karamouzis, Stamos and Dee Wood Harper. "Artificial Neural Networks for Predicting Death Penalty Outcomes," Artificial Intelligence Applications Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2005

  Harper, Dee Wood, Lydia Voigt and William E. Thornton “Murder in the City: Do We Have a Witness?” American Society of Criminology, Nashville, 2004.

  Harper, Dee Wood and Jennifer Bowler “Neighborhood Covariates of Domestic Violence” American Society of Criminology, Nashville, 2004

  Harper, Dee Wood and Stamos Karamouzis “Using Artificial Intelligence for Predicting Death Penalty Outcomes." European Society of Criminology, Amsterdam, Holland, 2004

  Harper, Dee Wood, Lydia Voigt and William E. Thornton "An Integrated Theoretical Perspective on Murder/Suicide" European Society of Criminology, Amsterdam, Holland, 2004

  Harper, Dee Wood, Lydia Voigt and William E. Thornton “Neighborhood Covariates of Murder” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Las Vegas, 2004

  Harper, Dee Wood and William E. Thornton “Murder in New Orleans” City College Faculty Colloquium, Fall, 2003

  Harper, Dee Wood, Lydia Voigt and William E. Thornton “Twenty Years of Homicide in New Orleans: The Subculture of Violence Hypothesis Revisited” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, Mass. March, 2003. (Presidential session)

  Harper, Dee Wood, Lydia Voigt and William E. Thornton, “Structural Covariates of Murder in New Orleans” European Society of Criminology, Helsinki, Finland, 2003

  Harper, Dee Wood, “Trivial Matters: A Comparison of Homicide-Suicide, Intimate Homicide and Homicide” American Society of Criminology, Chicago, 2002.

  Harper, Dee Wood, Lydia Voigt and William E. Thornton, “Illicit Drug Use, Weapon Use and Homicide: A Two-Decade Comparison, New Orleans Louisiana, U.S.A.” European Society of Criminology, Toledo, Spain, 2002

Recent Publications

   Harper, Dee Wood, Jr., "The Tourist and His Criminal: Pattern in Street Robbery". In J. Mansfield and A. Piazam (editors) 2005 Tourism and Security: A Case Approach.  Butterworth (forthcoming)

   Karamouzis, Stamos and Dee Wood Harper. "Artificial Neural Networks for Predicting Death Penalty Outcomes," to appear in M.H. Hamza (ed.) Artificial Intelligence and Applications, ACTA Press, 2005.

  Harper, Dee Wood, Jr. Criminal Violence: Patterns, Causes and Prevention (review) Criminal Justice Review   29: (1) pp. 225-227. Spring 2004.

  Harper, Dee Wood, Jr., "Comparing Tourists Crime Victimization"  Annals of Tourism Research  28: (4) pp.1053-1056. August 2001

  Harper, Dee Wood, Jr., "Planning in Tourist Robbery". Annals of Tourism Research  27:2 April 2000

  Harper, Dee Wood, Jr., "Robbery, Armed". Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior. London: Taylor & Francis 2000.
 
 


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