Paul D.C. Bones, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Paul D.C. Bones, Ph.D.

Contact

pbones@twu.edu
940-898-2063
CFO 310

Education

Ph.D., Sociology, University of Oklahoma
M.A., Sociology, University of Oklahoma
B.A., Sociology, University of Oklahoma

Expertise

Disability and Crime; Environmental Criminology; Rural Crime; Victimology; Stigma and Victimization; College Deviance; Cultural Sociology; Race and Crime; Domestic Terrorism

Latest Articles

Cripping the COVID Classroom: Centering Students through Transformative Disability-Informed Instruction
Journal of Transformative Learning (2021)
Paul D.C. Bones, Aubree Evans

Sexual Citizenship and Lifetime Sexual Assault: Exploring the Risks for Sexual Minority Women with a Physical Limitation
Sociological Spectrum (2020)
Paul D.C. Bones

The Power (Threat) of White Women: A Content Analysis of Gender, Race, and Context in Police Calls on Racial Minorities in America
Journal of Liberal Arts and Humanities (2020)
Paul Bones, S.M. Mathew

What SES May Explain about Work-Related Health Limitations: A Temporal-Ordered Model
The Social Science Journal (2020)
Celia Lo, Paul D.C. Bones, Tyrone Cheng

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God: An Exploration of Religious Forces on Support for the Death Penalty
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion (2018)
Paul D.C. Bones, Soheil Sabriseilabi

Crafting a Sense of Unity: Interest Convergence in Oklahoma City Public Schools
International Sociological Association eSymposium for Sociology (2018)
Paul Bones

Physical and Social Decay: Examining the Effect of Environmental Factors on Heroin Use in Rural and Urban Areas
AMPS Proceedings Series (2018)
Paul DC Bones

Broken Neighborhoods: A Hierarchical Spatial Analysis of Police Calls and Disability Concentration in Washington D.C.
Journal of Quantitative Criminology (2015)
P. D. C. Bones, T. L. Hope

Chapters

Hate and Race
in Hate Crimes: Typology, Motivations, and Victims | Carolina AP (2018)
Paul D. C. Bones

Recent Presentations

What Do Disabled Academics Want? Language, Culture, and Access Roundtable
Embracing Differences: Communication, Culture, and Social Justice (2021)
Round Table | Paul D.C. Bones, Kyle Callen, Vanessa Ellison, Summer Jackson, Demetria Ober

Heroin Users' Role in the Opioid Epidemic
American Sociological Association (2020)
Virtual | Celia Lo, Paul D.C. Bones, Tyrone C. Cheng, Christine Chen

Cripping the COVID Classroom: Centering Students through Disability Practices
Mid-South Sociological Meeting (2020)
Virtual | Paul Bones, Aubree Evans

What SES May Explain about Work-Related Health Limitation: A Temporal-Ordered Model
American Sociological Association (2019)
Podium | Celia Lo, Paul D.C. Bones, Tyrone Cheng

LGBTQ Violence among Butch, Femme, Leather, Bear, and Twink Individuals: An Investigation of Norm-Centered Stigma Theory
American Society of Criminologists (2019)
Podium | Meredith G.F. Worthen, Paul D.C. Bones

Not So Black and White: The Moderating Effect of Race on Religious and Political Support of the Death Penalty
American Sociological Association Annual Meeting (2018)
Podium | Soheil Sabriseilabi, Paul D.C. Bones

Physical and Social Decay: Examining the Effect of Environmental Factors on Heroin Use in Rural and Urban Areas
Architecture Media Politics Society (2018)
Podium | P. D. C. Bones

Gender Differences in College Student Deviance
American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting (2017)
Podium | P. D. C. Bones, M. G. F. Worthen

Spirituality, Religiosity, Divinity, and Punishment: An Exploration of the Various Components of Religion on Support for the Death Penalty
American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting (2017)
Podium | S. Sabriseilabi, P. D. C. Bones

Professional Affiliations

  • American Society of Criminology
  • American Society of Criminology - Division of Community and Place
  • American Society of Criminology - Division of Women & Crime
  • American Society of Criminology – Division on Queer Criminology