Kennon Rice, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of Urban Affairs program
Selwyn Hall 205
North Carolina State University
Areas of Expertise
Ecological criminal analysis
Stratification (issues of race, class, gender)
Areas of Research
Selected Professional Activity & Publication
Osgood, David, Lawrence Morris, and Kennon Rice. 2009. “How Can An Interdisciplinary Research Program Be Managed Effectively?” Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly 30(2): 16-20.
Rice, Kennon, and William R. Smith. 2002. “Socio-Ecological Models of Automotive Theft: Integrating Routine Activity and Social Disorganization Theory.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 39(3): 304-336.
Rice, Kennon. 1998. “Socio-Ecological Associations of Automotive Theft: An Integrated Model of Routine Activity and Social Disorganization Approaches.” Master’s thesis, North Carolina State University Press, Raleigh, NC.