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Natalie Schell-Busey, Ph.D.
Natalie Schell-Busey is an Assistant Professor at Rowan University in the Department of Law & Justice Studies. She received her Ph.D. in Criminology & Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland at College Park. Her main research interests include white-collar crime, gender and crime, theory, social media and crime, and meta-analysis. Dr. Schell-Busey is currently involved in several projects, including an examination of the impact of extralegal variables on OSHA violations and an investigation into the gender differences in cyberbullying and the effectiveness of a Social Norms prevention program.
Schell-Busey, N., Simpson, S.S., Rorie, M. & Alper, M. “What works? A systematic review of corporate crime deterrence.” Criminology & Public Policy, Forthcoming.
Johnson, J. and Schell-Busey, N. “Old message in a new bottle: Taking gang rivalries online through rap battle music videos on YouTube.” Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology, Forthcoming.
Connell, N.M, Schell-Busey, N.M., Pearce, A., and Negro, P. (2014). “Badgrlz? Exploring gender differences in cyberbullying.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 12(3), 209-228.