Lane Gillespie, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

EDUCATION:

Ph.D., Criminology (2013).  University of South Florida.
M.A., Criminology (2010).  University of South Florida.
B.A., Criminology (2007).  North Carolina State University.

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS:

Refereed journal articles:

Richards, T. N.; Gillespie, L. K.,  and Givens, E. M.. (2014). “Reporting Femicide-Suicide in the News: The Current Utilization of Suicide Reporting Guidelines and Recommendations for the Future”. Journal of Family Violence, 29(4), 453-463.

Gillespie, L. K.,  Loughran, T. A.,  Smith, M. D.,  Fogel, S. J., and Bjerregaard, B.. (2014). “Exploring the Role of Victim Sex, Victim Conduct, and Victim–Defendant Relationship in Capital Punishment Sentencing”. Homicide Studies, 18(2), 175-195.

Richards, T.N., Gillespie, L.K., & Smith, M.D.  (2012).  Exploring news coverage of femicide: Does reporting the news add insult to injury?  Feminist Criminology, 6(3), 178-202.

Richards, T.N., Gillespie, L.K., Givens, E.A.  (2012).  Reporting femicide-suicide in the news: The current utilization of suicide reporting guidelines and recommendations for the future.  Journal of Family Violence.

BOOK CONTRIBUTIONS:

Gillespie, L. K.  and King, L. (2014). “Legislative Origins, Reforms, and Future Directions”. Sexual Victimization: Then and Now.  Ed. Tara N. Richards and Catherine D. Marcum. Sage Publications.

Selected Works from Lane Gillespie:  http://works.bepress.com/lane_gillespie/

Curriculum Vita for Dr. Lane Gillespie (pdf)