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1 CURRICULUM VITAE ACADEMIC POSITIONS David J. Eitle, Ph.D. Department of Sociology & Anthropology Wilson Montana State University Bozeman, MT present Professor and Department Head, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Montana State University 2006-present Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Montana State University Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice Program, Florida International University Tenured and Promoted to Associate Professor, May Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice, University of North Florida Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Indiana University NON-ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Research Analyst, State of Indiana, Family and Social Services Administration, Division of Family and Children, Bureau of Program Evaluation, Indianapolis, Indiana EDUCATION Degree Institution Field Dates Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington Sociology 8/87-5/96 Dissertation: Regulatory Justice: The Effects of Class Position and Organizational Centrality on Regulatory Enforcement Outcomes. M.A. Ohio State University, Columbus Sociology 4/85-5/86 Thesis: Perceptions of Community Standards Concerning Obscenity: An Empirical Examination. B.A. Ohio State University, Columbus Criminology 1/80-5/83 1

2 HONORS GRANTS Funded Meritorious Research and Creativity Award. Montana State University College of Letters and Science Joint-Principal Investigator. American Indians, Substance Use, and HIV Risk Behaviors: Secondary Data Analysis of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health NIDA Grant No. R01DA (07/15/ /31/2015). ($657,195) Joint Principal Investigator, Understanding racial disparities in teen methamphetamine use. National Institute on Drug Abuse. Grant #: 1R03DA ($140,363) Principal Investigator, racial disparities in teen methamphetamine use in Montana. Montana INBRE Seed Grant ($18,688) BEST program grant recipient, Race, ethnicity, and the methamphetamine use-crime association in Montana (Course release- Spring 2009) 2007 Principal Investigator, Racial threat, race, and fear of crime: Exploring mediating and moderating factors. Scholarship and Creativity Grants for the Advancement of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, Montana State University. ($7800) Principal Investigator, School violence and disorder in the state of Florida. Consortium for Educational Research in Florida (CERF), David C. Anchin Center, University of South Florida. (05/15/ /14/2001, 05/15/ /14/2002). Co-Principal Investigator: Tamela Eitle. ($30,000). PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS Refereed Journal Articles 1. Eitle, David, and Tamela McNulty Eitle. Methamphetamine use among rural white and Native American adolescents: An application of the stress process model. Forthcoming at Journal of Drug Education. 2. Eitle, David, D Alessio, Stewart, and Stolzenberg, Lisa. The Effect of Organizational and Environmental Factors on Police Misconduct. Forthcoming at Police Quarterly. 2

3 3. Eitle, David, and Tamela McNulty Eitle. General Strain Theory and American Indian Youth: Extending a popular explanation of delinquency. Forthcoming at Youth and Society. 4. Eitle, David, Fallon Niedrist, and Tamela McNulty Eitle. Gender, Race, and Delinquent Behavior: An Extension of Power-Control Theory to American Indian adolescents. Forthcoming at Deviant Behavior. 5. Stolzenberg, Lisa, D Alessio, Stewart, and David Eitle. (2014). Last hired, first fired : The effect of the unemployment rate on the probability of repeat offending. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 39, Eitle, Tamela McNulty, and David Eitle. (2014). Race, coping strategies, and substance use behaviors: A preliminary analysis examining white and American Indian adolescents. Substance Use & Misuse, 49, D Alessio, Stewart, Lisa Stolzenberg, and David Eitle. (2013). Race and cumulative discrimination in the prosecution of criminal defendants. Race and Justice, 3, Eitle, Tamela McNulty, Michelle Johnson-Jennings and David Eitle. (2013). Family structure and adolescent alcohol use problems: Extending popular explanations to American Indians. Social Science Research, 42, Eitle, Tamela McNulty, David Eitle, and Michelle Johnson-Jennings. (2013) General Strain Theory and Illicit Drug Use among American Indian Adolescents. Race and Justice, 3, D Alessio, Stewart, David Eitle, and Lisa Stolzenberg. (2012). Unemployment, guardianship, and weekday residential burglary. Justice Quarterly, 29, Eitle, David. (2011). Religion and gambling among young adults in the United States: Moral communities and the deterrence hypothesis. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 50, Eitle, David and John Taylor. (2011). Strain, BIS/BAS levels and gambling behavior among young adult males. Deviant Behavior, 32, Eitle, David. (2010). General strain theory, persistence, and desistance among young adult males. Journal of Criminal Justice, 38, Eitle, David, John Taylor, and Tamela McNulty Eitle. (2010). Heavy episodic alcohol use in emerging adulthood: The role of early risk factors and young adult transitions. Journal of Drug Issues, 40, Eitle, David, and Tamela McNulty Eitle. (2010). Public school segregation and juvenile violent crime arrests in metropolitan areas. Sociological Quarterly, 51,

4 16. Eitle, David, John Taylor, and Kay Pih. (2010). Extending the life course interdependence model: life transitions and the enduring consequences of early selfderogation for young adult crime. Youth and Society, 41, Eitle, David and Sue Monahan. (2009). Revisiting the racial threat thesis: The role of police organizational characteristics in predicting race-specific drug arrest rates. Justice Quarterly, 26, Eitle, David. (2009). Dimensions of racial segregation, hypersegregation, and black homicide rates. Journal of Criminal Justice, 37, Taylor, John, David Eitle, and David Russell. (2009). Racial/ethnic variation in the relationship between physical limitation and fear of crime: an examination of mediating and moderating factors. Deviant Behavior, 30, Eitle, David and John Taylor. (2008) Are Hispanics the new 'threat'? Minority group threat and fear of crime in Miami-Dade County. Social Science Research, 37, Eitle, Tamela McNulty, and David Eitle. (2007). School commitment and alcohol use: the moderating role of race and ethnicity. Educational Policy Analysis Archives, 15, Eitle, David. (2006). Parental gender, single parent families and delinquency: Exploring the moderating influence of race/ethnicity. Social Science Research, 35, Eitle, David, Stewart D Alessio, and Lisa Stolzenberg. (2006). Economic segregation, race, and homicide. Social Science Quarterly, 87, Stolzenberg, Lisa, David Eitle, and Stewart D Alessio (2006). Race, economic inequality and violent crime. Journal of Criminal Justice, 34, Eitle, David. (2005). The influence of mandatory arrest policies, police organizational characteristics, and situational variables on the probability of arrest in domestic violence cases. Crime & Delinquency, 51, Eitle, David. (2005). The moderating effects of peer substance use on the family structure adolescent substance use association: Quantity versus quality of parenting. Addictive Behaviors, 30, Eitle, David, Lisa Stolzenberg, and Stewart D Alessio (2005). Police organizational factors, the racial composition of the police, and the probability of arrest. Justice Quarterly, 22, D Alessio, Stewart, David Eitle and Lisa Stolzenberg. (2005) The impact of serious crime, racial threat, and economic inequality on private police size. Social Science Research, 34,

5 29. Eitle, David J. and Tamela McNulty Eitle. (2004). School and county characteristics as predictors of school rates of substance use incidents. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 45, Borman, Kathryn, Tamela McNulty Eitle, Deanna Michael, David J. Eitle, Reginald Lee, Larry Johnson, Deidre Cobb-Roberts, Sherman Dorn, and Barbara Shircliffe. (2004) Accountability in a post-desegregation era: The continuing significance of racial segregation in Florida s schools. American Educational Research Journal, 41, Eitle, Tamela McNulty, and David Eitle. (2004) Inequality, segregation, and the overrepresentation of African-Americans in school suspensions. Sociological Perspectives, 47, Stolzenberg, Lisa, Stewart D Alessio, and David J. Eitle. (2004) A multilevel test of racial threat theory. Criminology, 42, Eitle, David J., Steven Gunkel, and Karen Van Gundy. (2004) Cumulative exposure to stressful life events and male gang membership. Journal of Criminal Justice, 32, Eitle, David J. and Tamela McNulty Eitle. (2003) Segregation and school violence. Social Forces, 82, Eitle, David and R. Jay Turner. (2003) Stress exposure, race, and young adult male crime. Sociological Quarterly, 44, Eitle, David J., R. Jay Turner, and Tamela McNulty Eitle. (2003) The Deterrence hypothesis reexamined: Sports participation and substance use among young adults. Journal of Drug Issues, 33, Eitle, David, Stewart D Alessio, and Lisa Stolzenberg. (2002) Racial threat and social control: A test of the political, economic, and threat of crime hypotheses. Social Forces, 81, Eitle, David. (2002) Exploring a source of deviance-producing strain for females: Perceived discrimination and General strain theory. Journal of Criminal Justice, 30, D Alessio, Stewart, Lisa Stolzenberg, and David J. Eitle. (2002) Racial threat and interracial violent crime. Social Science Research, 31, Eitle, Tamela McNulty and David Eitle. (2002) Just don t do it: High school sports participation and young adult female sexual behavior. Sociology of Sport Journal, 19, Eitle, David and R. Jay Turner. (2002) Exposure to community violence and young adult crime: The effects of witnessing violence, traumatic victimization, and other stressful life events. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 39,

6 42. Eitle, Tamela McNulty and David Eitle (co-authors). (2002) Race, cultural capital, and the educational effects of sports participation. Sociology of Education, 75, a. Reprinted in Sport, Power, and Society Institutions and Practices: A Reader (2010), edited by Robert E. Washington and David Karen. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. 43. Schlegel, Kip, David J. Eitle, and Steven Gunkel. (2001) Are white-collar crimes overcriminalized? Some evidence on the use of criminal sanctions against securities violators. Western State Law Review, 28, Eitle, David J. (2000) Regulatory justice: A re-examination of the influence of class position on the punishment of white-collar crime. Justice Quarterly, 17, Schlegel, Kip and David Eitle. (1999) Back to the future: A reminder of the importance of Sutherland in thinking about white-collar crime. Advances in Criminological Theory, 8, Scott, Joseph E., David Eitle and Sandra Skovron Evans. (1990) Obscenity and the law: Is it possible for a jury to apply contemporary community standards in determining obscenity? Law and Human Behavior, 14, Referred Book Chapters Eitle, David and Zachary Morgan-Edwards. (2011) Social threat and social control. Oxford Bibliographies Online: Criminology, Ed. Richard Rosenfeld, New York: Oxford University Press, April 14, Eitle, David J., and Tamela McNulty Eitle Equity, Disorder, and Discipline in Florida Schools. Chapter 5, pp in Educational Reform in Florida: Diversity and Equity in Public Policy. (Editors, Kathryn Borman and Sherman Dorn). New York: SUNY Press. Technical Reports Schlegel, Kip, David Eitle, and Steven Gunkel (1994). Securities Lawbreaking: The enforcement response Final Report, Washington DC: National Institute of Justice. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Eitle, David J., Fallon Niedrist, and Tamela McNulty Eitle Gender, Race, and Delinquent Behavior: Applying Power-Control Theory to American Indian Adolescents. American Society of Criminology, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. (November) Eitle, Tamela McNulty and David J. Eitle Discrimination Stress and Depressive Symptoms among Rural American Indian and White Adolescents. Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences. Honolulu, HI. (May). 6

7 Eitle, Tamela McNulty and David J. Eitle Family Structure, Race, and Depressive Symptoms: An Analysis of Mediating Effects among American Indian and Non-Hispanic White Adolescents. Society for the Study of Social Problems, Denver, CO. (August). Eitle, Tamela McNulty, Michelle Johnson-Jennings, and David J. Eitle Family Structure and Alcohol Use Problems: Extending Popular Explanations to American Indian Adolescents. 13th International Conference on Social Stress Research. Dublin, Ireland. Michelle Johnson-Jennings, Tamela Eitle and David Eitle. (2011). Family Structure and Alcohol Abuse: Extending Popular Explanations to American Indian and Alaskan Native Youth. Society for the Study of Social Problems, Las Vegas, Nevada. Tamela Eitle, David Eitle and Michelle Johnson-Jennings. (2011). General Strain Theory and Substance Use among Native American Teens. Society for the Study of Social Problems, Las Vegas, Nevada. Eitle, Tamela, and David Eitle. (2009). Racial disparities in special education placement: Structures of opportunity and disability identification. Western Region COBRE-INBRE Scientific Conference, September 18, Big Sky, Montana. Eitle, Tamela, and David Eitle. (2009). Assessing the sociology program at Montana State University. Roundtable Presentation at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, April 2. Eitle, Tamela and David Eitle. (2007). Revisiting the substance use and early marriage association, Poster presentation at the American Society of Criminology Meeting, November. Eitle, David. (2005). Economic segregation and homicide. Social Science Research Seminar at Wake Forest University. Eitle, David. (2005). Economic Segregation, race, and homicide. Colloquium at Florida State University, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Eitle, Tamela, Kathryn Borman, and David Eitle. (2004). Racial segregation and accountability in Florida s schools. Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta, Georgia. Eitle, Tamela and David Eitle. (2001). Race, gender, sports participation, and academics: Does the type of sport one plays make a difference? American Sociological Association, Anaheim, California. Eitle, Tamela and David Eitle. (2000). Making sense of the treadmill to oblivion phenomenon: Race, cultural capital, and sports participation. American Education Research Association, New Orleans, Louisiana. Schlegel, Kip, Steve Gunkel, and David Eitle. (1996). The study of white-collar crime: A call to arms. American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois. 7

8 Schlegel, Kip, David Eitle, and Steve Gunkel. (1995). Securities fraud and the criminal response. American Society of Criminology, Boston, Massachusetts. Schlegel, Kip, Steve Gunkel, and David Eitle. (1995). Securities enforcement and the differential implementation of the law. Law and Society Meeting, Toronto, Canada. June Schlegel, Kip, David Eitle, and Steve Gunkel. (1995). Interagency relationships and the social control of securities fraud. Academy of Criminal Justice Science Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts. Schlegel, Kip, David Eitle, and Steve Gunkel. (1993). Securities frauds: Some preliminary findings. International Conference on White Collar Crime, Paris, France. Schlegel, Kip, Steve Gunkel, and David Eitle. (1992). Securities frauds: A national assessment of securities violations and enforcement practices. American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA. TEACHING Courses taught at Montana State University Criminology Social Stratification Senior Capstone Seminar Introduction to Justice in Theory and Practice Criminal Justice System Occupational and Corporate Crime Crime, Justice, and the Media Crime and Inequality Social Statistics Violence in America Additional courses taught at previous universities Crime and the Schools Introduction to Criminal Justice/Criminal Justice Systems Juvenile Justice/Juvenile Delinquency Sociology of Sport Introduction to Social Psychology Hate Crimes Thesis and Dissertation Advising/Post-doctoral student supervision: Member, Thesis or Dissertation Committees Anthony Peguero (Sociology Ph.D. Dissertation, 2006) SERVICE Service to the Profession Ad Hoc Reviewer for Journals: 8

9 Past reviews: Justice Quarterly, Social Science Quarterly, Sociology of Education, Sociological Quarterly, Evaluation and Program Planning, Sociological Perspectives, Social Forces, Sociological Inquiry, Journal of Criminal Justice, Social Science Quarterly, American Sociological Review, International Journal of Educational Policy Research and Practice, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Criminal Justice: The International Journal of Policy and Practice, Social Problems, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, Law and Society Review, Policing, Journal of Family Psychology, Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Criminology and Public Policy, Criminal Justice Review, Social Science Research, Journal of Quantitative Criminology. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Urban Affairs Review, Western Criminology Review, Justice Research and Policy, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Drug and Alcohol Review, Race and Justice, Journal of Early Adolescence, Deviant Behavior, Homicide Studies, Sociological Forum, Youth & Society, Journal of Adolescence 2014: Deviant Behavior, Urban Affairs Review, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Professional Organizations: Member: American Sociological Association American Society of Criminology Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences University Service: Montana State University Classroom Committee ( ). Montana State University Liberal Studies Advisory Committee ( ). Montana State University Grievance Committee ( ). Montana State University Strategic Planning Committee ( ). Montana State University FIRE committee ( ). Montana State University Library Committee ( ). Florida International University, Technology Committee (2005). School/College Service: College of Letters & Science Associate Dean Search Committee (2013) College of Letters & Science Strategic Planning Draft Committee (2012). College of Letters & Science Global Health Minor Exploratory Committee (2008). School of Policy and Management Criminal Justice Search & Screen Committee (2003). School of Policy and Management Criminal Justice Search & Screen Committee (2004). School of Policy and Management Graduate Faculty Committee Chair (2003). Schools of Social Work and Policy and Management Advisory Committee ( ). Departmental Service: 9

10 Chair-Departmental Search Committee (2012) Chair-Departmental Search Committee-Visiting Assistant Professor position (2011) Designer-Criminology Option Proposal (submitted April 2010) with Scott Myers Chair of Tenure and Promotion Committee for candidate Leah Schmalzbauer, (2009). Sociology Curriculum Committee ( ). Sociology Assessment Committee ( ). Sociology and Anthropology Faculty Performance Criteria Review Committee (2010-present). Sociology and Anthropology Department Webmaster (2008-present). Sociology Search Committee (2007). Strategic Planning Committee (2006). Graduate Student Technology Needs Survey (2003). Co-author, Criminal Justice Mission Statement (2003). OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND PUBLIC SERVICE Ø Eitle, Tamela McNulty and David J. Eitle Montana Teen Stress and Health Study: Findings and Implications. School Board Meeting. Ø Consultant (Pro Bono), Gallatin County Mental Health Services (2011) Ø ASA Crime, Law and Deviance Section Graduate Student Paper Award Committee (2011) Ø Member of NIJ Consultant Base Ø Past Member of the Center for Educational Research in Florida (CERF), the University of South Florida Ø Planning Committee, Indiana University Conference on Hate speech and crime on Campus (1994). Ø Participant, Jacksonville, Florida, Annual Homeless Count and Survey,

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