Areas of study: Social psychology, group processes, status and power, criminology, deviant behavior
Joseph Dippong received his PhD from Kent State University. His research and teaching interests center primarily in the areas of social psychology, group processes, and criminology. Within these broad areas, Joseph’s research reflects a multi-disciplinary approach to studying social interaction that focuses on identifying and exploring connections between existing theoretical traditions, both within the field of sociology and across disciplinary boundaries.
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