Geniece Crawford Monde
United States of America
Geniece Crawford Monde is a sociologist of crime and gender, with particular interests in how criminally involved women manage their roles as mothers and caretakers. I have spent years interviewing women, learning about their experiences as both incarcerated persons and as mothers. His research experiences have and continue to shape my teaching. He enjoy showing the relationship between research and concepts discussed in the classroom. In addition to crime, my teaching interests include the sociology of gender, culture, and race relations in contemporary U.S. society. One reason he enjoy teaching at Wingate University is the opportunity, he have to support student research and independent learning. He hope to work with students on research projects that advance their intellectual growth and prepare them for the world beyond the classroom.
Research interests include in the areas of women manage their roles as mothers and caretakers, social media affect your relationships with others?
1) To Be Young, Criminalized and Black: How the Black Church Matters for Young Black Men in the 21st Century.” Journal of Race, Ethnicity and Religion.2013;4:1-26.