Office Addresses Department of Sociology, University of Tennessee,
and Telephone: Knoxville, Tennessee 37996-0490
Voice: (865) 974-7018 Fax: (865) 974-7013
B.S., Social Welfare, Ohio State University, 1963.
M.A., Sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1969.
Ph.D., Sociology (with Political Science minor), University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1971.
Criminology (white-collar crime and the regulatory process; criminal careers); and Ethnographic research methods.
TRAINING AND POSITIONS HELD:
Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2010-present.
Assistant Professor to Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1971-2010.
Fulbright Senior Specialist Scholar, Umea University, Umea, Sweden, March 2007.
Visiting Fellow, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra, November-December 2000.
Visiting Faculty, Department of Political Science/Justice, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska, Summer, 1991.
Visiting Fellow, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Wolfson College, Oxford University, Oxford, UK, January-April 1991.
Visiting Scholar, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Program for Quantitative Analysis of Crime and Criminal Justice), July-August 1987.
Visiting Fellow, U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, Washington, D.C., 1980-1981.
Instructor to Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Akron (Ohio), 1970-1971.
Research Assistant (to Dr. Seymour Sudman), Survey Research Laboratory, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1969-1970.
National Institute of Mental Health Trainee, Department of Sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1966-1969.
Prison Sociologist, Illinois Department of Public Safety, Division of the Criminologist, Illinois State Penitentiaries, Joliet-Stateville, 1964-1966.
HONORS AND AWARDS:
Faculty Associate, The Howard H. Baker, Jr., Center for Public Policy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2009-present.
Council for International Exchange of Scholars (Fulbright), Senior Specialist Award, 2006.
Elected and designated Fellow, American Society of Criminology, 2006.
Inaugural Fellow, Social Science Research Institute, University of Tennessee, 1988.
1. Neal Shover and Andy Hochstetler, Choosing White-Collar Crime. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006. Pp. 111-129 (“Burglars and Bankers”) reprinted as “Decision Making” in Opposing Viewpoints: White-Collar Crime, vol. 1. Cengage, 2009; and other portions reprinted in Criminological Theory: Past to Present -- Essential Readings (4th edition), edited by Francis T. Cullen and Robert Agnew. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.
2. N. Shover and John Paul Wright (eds.), Crimes of Privilege: Readings in White-Collar Crime. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.
3. N. Shover, Great Pretenders: Pursuits and Careers of Persistent Thieves. Boulder, Colo.: Westview, 1996.
4. N. Shover and Werner J. Einstadter, Analyzing American Corrections. Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth, 1988.
5. N. Shover, Donald A. Clelland, and John P. Lynxwiler, Enforcement or Negotiation? Constructing a Regulatory Bureaucracy. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1986.
6. N. Shover, Aging Criminals. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage, 1985. Chapter 5 reprinted as: “Aging criminals: Changes in the criminal calculus,” In Their Own Words: Ethnographic Accounts of Crime and Criminals (1st - 5th editions), edited by Paul Cromwell. Los Angeles: Roxbury, 1999; 2001; 2003; 2006; 2009 (5th edition published by Oxford University Press.)
7. N. Shover, A Sociology of American Corrections. Homewood, Ill.: Dorsey, 1979.
Papers, Book Chapters and Other Invited Contributions (* = refereed)
1. (In press) N. Shover, “Life histories and autobiographies as ethnographic data.” Sage Handbook of Criminological Research Methods, edited by David Gadd, Susanne Karstedt and Steven Messner. London: Sage: 2010.
2. (In press) N. Shover, “Shaw, Clifford R.: The Jack-Roller.” Pp. 826-27 in the Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory, edited by Francis T. Cullen and Pamela Wilcox. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage, 2010.
3. Peter Grabosky and N. Shover, “Preventing white-collar crime epidemics: Link policy to theory.” Criminology & Public Policy 9(August 2010):429-33.
4. N. Shover and Peter Grabosky, “White-collar crime and the Great Recession” Criminology & Public Policy 9(August 2010):641-54.
5. N. Shover and Ben W. Hunter, “Blue-collar, white-collar: Crimes and mistakes.” Pp. 205-227 in Offenders on Offending: Learning about Crime from Criminals, edited by Wim Bernasco. Collompton, UK: Willan, 2010.
6. N. Shover and J. Heith Copes, “Decision making by persistent thieves and crime-control policy.” Pp. 128-149 in Criminology and Public Policy: Putting Theory to Work, edited by Hugh D. Barlow and Scott H. Decker. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2010.
7. N. Shover, “Organizational crime and illegalities.” Pp. 590-598 in 21st Century Criminology: A Reference Handbook, edited by J. Mitchell Miller. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage, 2009.
8. N. Shover and Jennifer Scroggins, “Organizational crime.” Pp. 273-303 in Handbook on Crime and Public Policy, edited by Michael Tonry. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.
9. N. Shover, “Corporate self-regulation: Movement, assessment, and misgivings.” Dutch translation published as “Zelfregulering door ondernemingen: Ontwikkeling, beoordeling en bange voorgevoelens” in Tijdschrift voor Criminologie 50(June 2008):169-181.
10. *N. Shover and Francis T. Cullen, “Studying and teaching white-collar crime: Populist and patrician perspectives.” Journal of Criminal Justice Education 19(July 2008):155-174.
11. N. Shover and Andy Hochstetler, “Sources and control of financial crime.” Chinese translation published as Pp. 412-426 in Paper Collection of the International Seminar on Financial Crimes in the Context of Globalization. Beijing: Research Center of Jurisprudence, Renmin University of China, 2007.
12. N. Shover and Andy Hochstetler, “The production and choice of economic crime.” Monatsschrift fuer Kriminologie und Strafrechtsreform Content Issue 2/3(June 2007):114-125.
13. N. Shover, “Generative worlds of white-collar crime.” Pp. 81-97 in the International Handbook of White-Collar and Corporate Crime, edited by Henry N. Pontell and Gilbert Geis. New York: Springer, 2007.
14. N. Shover, “White-collar crime: A matter of perspective.” Spanish translation published as “El delito de cuello blanco: Una cuestion de perspectiva.” Pp. 457-473 in Estudios de Criminologia, Derecho Penal y Politica Criminal en Homenaje al Professor Alfonso Serrano Gomez, edited by J.L. Guzman Dalbora and A. Serrano Maillo. Madrid: Dykinson, 2006.
15. N. Shover and Aaron S. Routhe, “Environmental crime.” Pp. 321-371 in Crime and Justice: A Review of Research, Vol. 32, edited by Michael Tonry. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004. Abridged Chinese translation published in the Journal of Beijing College of Politics and Law, 64(2009):70-77. Abridged Chinese translation reprinted also in Criminal Law 10(2009):103-110.
16. N. Shover, “Foreword.” After Crime and Punishment: Pathways to Offender Reintegration, edited by Shadd Maruna and Russ Immarigeon. Cullompton, UK: Willan, 2004.
17. *N. Shover, Glenn S. Coffey and Clinton R. Sanders, “Dialing for dollars: Opportunities, justifications, and telemarketing fraud.” Qualitative Sociology 27(Spring, 2004):59-75.
18. N. Shover, Jenny Job and Anne Carroll, “The ATO Compliance Model in action: A case study of building and construction.” Pp. 159-176 in Taxing Democracy: Understanding Tax Avoidance and Evasion, edited by Valerie Braithwaite. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2003.
19. *N. Shover, Glenn S. Coffey and Dick Hobbs, “Crime on the line: Telemarketing and the changing nature of professional crime.” British Journal of Criminology 43(July 2003): 489-505. Reprinted in: Readings in Deviant Behavior (4th and 5th editions), edited by Alex Thio and Thomas Calhoun. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 2005, 2008; and In Their Own Words: Ethnographic Accounts of Crime and Criminals (4th and 5th editions), edited by Paul Cromwell. New York: Los Angeles: Roxbury, 2006 (5th edition published by Oxford University Press, 2009).
20. *N. Shover and Andy Hochstetler, “Cultural explanation and organizational crime.” Crime, Law and Social Change 37(January 2002):1-18.
21. N. Shover and Andrew L. Hochstetler, “Crimes of privilege.” Pp. 287-319 in Criminology: A Contemporary Handbook (3rd edition), edited by Joseph F. Sheley. Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth, 1999.
22. N. Shover, “White-collar crime.” Pp. 133-158 in Handbook of Crime and Punishment, edited by Michael Tonry. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.
23. N. Shover, “Foreword.” Armed Robbers in Action: Stick-up and Street Culture, by Richard Wright and Scott Decker. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1997.
24. *Andrew L. Hochstetler and N. Shover, “Street crime, labor surplus and criminal punishment, 1980-1990.” Social Problems 44(August 1997): 358-368. Reprinted in: Readings in Deviant Behavior, edited by Nathaniel Terrell and Robert F. Meier. Fort Worth: Harcourt, 2001.
25. N. Shover and Belinda Henderson, “Repressive crime control and male persistent thieves.” Pp. 227-246 in Crime and Public Policy: Putting Theory to Work, edited by Hugh D. Barlow. Boulder, Colo.: Westview, 1995.
26. N. Shover and James Inverarity, “Adult segregative confinement.” Pp. 429-451 in Criminology: A Contemporary Handbook (2nd edition), edited by Joseph F. Sheley. Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth, 1995.
27. *N. Shover, Greer Litton Fox and Michael Mills, “Long-term consequences of victimization by white-collar crime.” Justice Quarterly 11(March 1994): 301-324. Reprinted in: Crimes of Privilege, edited by N. Shover and John Paul Wright. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001; Fraud: Organization, Motivation, and Control, Vol. 1, edited by Michael Levi. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 1998; and Essays on Criminal Justice, edited by Marilyn McShane and Frank P. Williams. Hamden, Conn.: Garland, 1997.
28. N. Shover and Kevin M. Bryant, “Theoretical explanations of corporate crime.” Pp. 141-176 in Understanding Corporate Criminality, edited by Michael B. Blankenship. New York: Garland, 1993.
29. *N. Shover and David Honaker, “The socially bounded decision making of persistent property offenders.” Howard Journal of Criminal Justice 31(November 1992): 276-293. Reprinted in: In Their Own Words: Ethnographic Accounts of Crime and Criminals (1st - 5th editions), edited by Paul Cromwell. Los Angeles: Roxbury, 1999; 2001; 2003; 2006; 2009 (5th edition published by Oxford University Press); Deviant Behavior (4th - 6th editions), edited by Delos H. Kelly. New York: St. Martin’s, 1993; 1996; 2002; Analyzing Deviants and Deviant Behavior (1st and 2nd editions), edited by Lloyd Klemke. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1994; 1999; and Professional Criminals, edited by Dick Hobbs. Aldershot, UK: Dartmouth, 1995.
30. *N. Shover and Carol Y. Thompson, “Age, differential expectations, and crime desistance.” Criminology 30(February 1992): 89-104. Reprinted in: Life Course Criminology: Contemporary and Classic Readings, edited by Alex Piquero and Paul Mazerolle. Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth, 2000; and The Termination of Criminal Careers, edited by Stephen Farrall. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2000.
31. *N. Shover, “Burglary.” Pp. 73-113 in Crime and Justice: A Review of Research, Vol. 14, edited by Michael Tonry. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991.
32. N. Shover, “Institutional correction: Jails and prisons.” Pp. 379-397 in Criminology: A Contemporary Handbook, edited by Joseph F. Sheley. Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth, 1991.
33. *Craig J. Forsyth and N. Shover, “‘No rest for the weary’: Constructing a problem of elderly crime.” Sociological Focus 19(October 1986): 375-386.
34. *Christopher T. Link and N. Shover, “The origins of criminal sentencing reforms.” Justice Quarterly 3(September 1986): 329-342.
35. *J. Lynxwiler, N. Shover, and D. A. Clelland, “Determinants of sanction severity in a regulatory bureaucracy.” Pp. 147-165 in Corporations as Criminals, edited by Ellen Hochstedler. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage, 1984.
36. N. Shover, J. Lynxwiler, Stephen Groce, and D. A. Clelland, “Regional variation in regulatory law enforcement.” Pp. 121-144 in Enforcing Regulation, edited by Keith Hawkins and John M. Thomas. Boston: Kluwer-Nijhoff, 1984.
37. *N. Shover, “The later stages of ordinary property offender careers.” Social Problems 31(December 1983): 208-218. Reprinted in: The Termination of Criminal Careers, edited by Stephen Farrall. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2000; Deviance: The Interactionist Perspective (5th and 6th editions), edited by Earl Rubington and Martin S. Weinberg. New York: Macmillan, 1987; 1996; Criminal Careers, Vol. 2, edited by David F. Greenberg. Aldershot, UK: Dartmouth, 1996; and Deviant Behavior (3rd edition), edited by Delos H. Kelly. New York: St. Martin’s, 1989.
38. N. Shover, “The official construction of deviant identities.” Pp. 66-74 in Sociology of Deviance, edited by Jack D. Douglas. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1983.
39. N. Shover, “Professional criminal: Major offender.” Pp. 1263-1271 in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice, edited by Sanford H. Kadish. New York: Macmillan, 1983.
40. *J. Lynxwiler, N. Shover, and D. A. Clelland, “The organization and impact of inspector discretion in a regulatory bureaucracy.” Social Problems 30(April 1983): 425-436. Reprinted in: The Social Organization of Law (2nd edition), edited by Mary P. Baumgartner. San Diego: Academic Press, 1998.
41. *Stephen Norland, Randall Wessel and N. Shover, “Masculinity and delinquency.” Criminology 19(November 1981): 421-433.
42. William B. Bankston, Charles Brody and N. Shover, “Organizational role perceptions of lower court judges.” Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology 10(November 1981): 115-121.
43. N. Shover, “The criminalization of corporate behavior: Federal surface coal mining.” Pp. 98-125 in White-Collar Crime, edited by Gilbert Geis and Ezra Stotland. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage, 1980.
44. *N. Shover, S. Norland, Jennifer James and William E. Thornton, Jr., “Gender roles and delinquency.” Social Forces 58(September 1979): 162-175.
45. *S. Norland, N. Shover, J. James and W. E. Thornton, Jr., “Intrafamily conflict and delinquency.” Pacific Sociological Review 22(April 1979): 223-240.
46. *S. Norland, J. James and N. Shover, “Gender role expectations of juveniles.” Sociological Quarterly 19(Autumn, 1978): 545-554.
47. *N. Shover and S. Norland, “Sex roles and criminality: Science or conventional wisdom?” Sex Roles 4(February 1978): 111-125.
48. N. Shover, “Defining organizational crime.” Pp. 37-40 in Corporate and Governmental Deviance, edited by M. David Ermann and Richard J. Lundman. New York: Oxford University Press, 1978.
49. *S. Norland and N. Shover, “Gender roles and criminality: Some critical comments.” Criminology 15(May 1977): 87-105.
50. *N. Shover, W. B. Bankston and J. William Gurley, “Responses of the criminal justice system to legislation providing more severe threatened sanctions.” Criminology 14(February 1977): 483-500. Reprinted in: Incarceration: Sociology of Imprisonment, edited by Donal E. J. McNamara and Fred Montanino. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage, 1978.
51. N. Shover, “Criminal behavior as theoretical praxis.” Issues in Criminology 10(Spring, 1975): 95-108. Reprinted in: Criminology, by John F. Galliher and James L. McCartney. Homewood, Ill.: Dorsey, 1977.
52. *N. Shover, “Tarnished goods and services in the marketplace.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 3(January 1975): 471-488.
53. N. Shover, “‘Experts’ and diagnosis in correctional agencies.” Crime and Delinquency 20(October 1974): 347-358.
54. *N. Shover, “The civil justice process as societal reactions.” Social Forces 52(December 1973): 253-258.
55. *N. Shover, “The social organization of burglary.” Social Problems 20(Spring, 1973): 499-514. Reprinted in: Key Readings in Criminology, edited by Tim Newburn. Cullompton, UK: Willan, 2009; Professional Criminals, edited by Dick Hobbs. Aldershot, UK: Dartmouth, 1995; Criminal Behavior, edited by Delos H. Kelly. New York: St. Martin’s, 1980; Criminal Behavior and Social Systems, edited by Anthony L. Guenther. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1976; Deviant Behavior and Social Process (2nd edition), edited by William A. Rushing. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1975; and Aldine Crime and Justice Annual-1973, edited by Sheldon L. Messinger et al. Chicago: Aldine, 1974.
56. *N. Shover, “Structures and careers in burglary.” Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science 63(December 1972): 540-549. Reprinted in: Crime in America (2nd edition), edited by Bruce J. Cohen. Itasca, Ill.: F. E. Peacock, 1977; and Perspectives in Criminology, edited by Daniel M. Carrier. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt, 1977.
“Intellectual Uses of Multiple Identities and Perspectives.” Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Missouri-St. Louis, March 20, 2009.
(with Ben W. Hunter) “Blue-Collar, White-Collar: Crimes and Mistakes.” Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement workshop (“Offenders on Offending”), Leiden, The Netherlands, October 7-10, 2008.
“Corporate Self-Regulation: Movement, Methods of Assessment, and Misgivings.” Seminar on “White-Collar Crime.” Erasmus Instituut Toezicht & Compliance, Faculty of Law, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, April 10, 2008.
(with Andy Hochstetler) “Sources and Control of Financial Crime.” International Symposium on Financial Crime in the Context of Globalization. School of Law, Renmin University of China, Beijing, August 26, 2007.
“Rational-Choice Theory and White-Collar Crime.” 1. Department of Sociology, Umea University, Umea, Sweden, March 16, 2007. 2. Facultad de Derecho, Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia, Madrid, Spain, December 19, 2006.
“Theoretical Explanations for Increasing White-Collar Crime.” Department of Sociology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, May 13, 2005.
“Organizational Capacity for Responsive Regulation.” International Committee for Research on the Sociology of Law, Budapest, Hungary, July 5, 2001.
“Telemarketing Crime: Careers and Risks.” Economic Crime Summit, Anaheim, Calif., May 8, 2001.
“Organizational Capacity for Responsive Regulation.” First International Conference on Building a Cooperative Tax Paying Culture, Centre for Tax System Integrity, Australian National University, Canberra, December 4, 2000.
“Cultural Sources of Corporate Criminal Predisposition and Decision Making.” Conference on
“Corporate Crime: Ethics, Law and the State.” Queens University, Kingston, Ontario. November 13, 1992.
“Age and Crime Desistance.” 1. Department of Sociology, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, April 31, 1991. 2. Crime Prevention Unit, British Home Office, London, April 28, 1991. 3. Department of Sociology and Social Policy, Cardiff College, Cardiff, Wales, April 10, 1991. 4. Center on Aging, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, July 9, 1988.
(with Stephen Norland, William Thornton and Jennifer Breeding) “Gender Roles and Patterns of Delinquency.” International Seminar on Sex Roles, Deviance and the Agencies of Social Control. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, August 9, 1977.
“Ethnographic Research with Thieves.” Department of Social Sciences, Alfred University, Alfred, New York. February 19, 1976.
1. (In press) Pat O’Malley, The Currency of Justice: Fines and Damages in Consumer Societies. Theoretical Criminology (2010).
2. (In press) The Social Organization and Control of Long-Firm Fraud (revised edition), by Michael Levi. Global Crime 11(2010).
3. Lying, Cheating, and Stealing: A Moral Theory of White Collar Crime, by Stuart P. Green. Criminal Justice Review 34(2009):453-55.
4. Corporate Crime, Law, and Social Control, by Sally S. Simpson. Contemporary Sociology 32(July 2003):500-501.
5. Poverty, Ethnicity, and Violent Crime, by James F. Short, Jr. Contemporary Sociology 27(May 1998):306-307.
6. Breaking and Entering: An Ethnographic Analysis of Burglary, by Paul F. Cromwell, James N. Olson and D’Aunn Wester Avary. Social Forces 70(December 1991): 538-539.
7. Doing the Business, by Dick Hobbs. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice 30(August 1991): 253-255.
8. Are Prisons Any Better? Twenty Years of Correctional Reform, edited by John W. Murphy and Jack E. Dison. Contemporary Sociology 20(May 1991): 437-438.
9. The Appeal of Civil Law: A Political-Economic Analysis of Litigation, by Wayne V. McIntosh. American Journal of Sociology 96(March 1991): 1309-1310.
10. Corporate Crime, by Marshall B. Clinard and Peter Yeager. Crime and Delinquency 27(October 1981): 555-558.
11. Dangerous Men, by Richard McCleary. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 10(July 1981): 219-220.
12. Values and Violence in Auschwitz, by Anna Pawelczynska. Social Forces 58(March 1980): 985-986.
13. Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods, by Robert Bogdan and Steven J. Taylor. Urban Life 6(July 1977): 241-243.
14. On Analyzing Crime, by Edwin H. Sutherland. Contemporary Sociology 5(January 1976): 35-36.
15. City Police, by Jonathan Rubinsten (and) Society and the Policeman’s Role, by Maureen Cain. Social Forces 53(December 1974): 348-349.
16. Abandoning Method, by Derek L. Phillips. Social Forces 53(September 1974): 130-131.
17. The Political Criminal, by Stephen Schafer. Sociology: Reviews of New Books 1(May-June 1974): 151.
18. The Right to be Different, by Nicholas Kittrie. Contemporary Sociology 2(March 1973): 186-187.
1. Neal Shover, Amy D. Page and Anne Carroll, Criminal Enforcement, Deterrence and Tax Compliance. Report prepared for ICF Consulting (for the U.S. Internal Revenue Service), January 2003.
2. N. Shover, Jenny Job and Anne Carroll, Organizational Capacity for Responsive Regulation. Working Paper #15. Canberra: Australian National University, Research School of Social Sciences, Centre for Tax System Integrity, August 2001 (available online at: www.eprints.anu.edu.au/archive/00000562/).
3. N. Shover and Glenn S. Coffey, Origins, Pursuits and Careers of Telemarketing Predators. Report to the National Institute of Justice, 2002 (available online at: www.ncjrs.org/pdffiles1/nij/grants/197061.pdf). Shortened and edited version published as: “Telemarketing Predators: Finally, We’ve Got Their Number.” National Institute of Justice Journal #252(2005): 14-17.
4. N. Shover, D. A. Clelland, and J. Lynxwiler, Developing a Regulatory Bureaucracy. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, 1983.
5. N. Shover and J. Michael Brooks, Paths and Outcomes in the Bankruptcy Process: II. Submitted to the Congressional Commission on the Bankruptcy Laws of the United States, October 1972.
6. N. Shover, Paths and Outcomes in the Bankruptcy Process: I. Submitted to the Congressional Commission on the Bankruptcy Laws of the United States, September 1972.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
N. Shover, Tage Alalehto and Andy Hochstetler, “Choosing white-collar crime.” For inclusion in the Oxford Handbook of Criminological Theory, edited by Francis T. Cullen and Pamela Wilcox. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011.
N. Shover, “Working-class criminal justice.”
N. Shover, Managing Criminal Misfits: Crime Control and Class Control (book manuscript).
2001-2004. Convener and Chair (2001-2003), “Commitment to Excellence in Criminal Justice.” $249,500 (Funded by the President’s Initiatives on Teaching, Research and Service). The proposal outlined a five-year plan for improved criminal justice research and teaching at the University of Tennessee.
2000-2002. Principal Investigator. “Telemarketing Fraud: An Exploratory Study.” $105,165 total cost. National Institute of Justice (#00-7185-TN-IJ).
1999-2001. Support for research into issues of tax compliance in the Australian economy. Centre for Tax System Integrity, Research School of Social Sciences, The Australian National University, Canberra.
1986-1988. Principal Investigator. “Perceptual Deterrence and Desistance from Crime: A Study of Serious, Repetitive Property Offenders.” $121,000 total cost. National Institute of Justice (86-IJ-CX-0068).
1980-1982. Co-Principal Investigator (with Donald A. Clelland). “A Study of Organizational Regulation and Sanctioning.” $148,000 total cost. National Institute of Justice (80-IJ-CX-0017).
1980-1981. Principal Investigator. “Criminal Careers: Disengagement Processes and Consequences in Later Life.” $53,000 direct cost. National Institute of Justice (80-IJ-CX-0047).
1976-1978. Co-Principal Investigator (with Stephen Norland). “Sex Roles and Patterns of Delinquency.” $59,000 total cost. Center for Studies of Crime and Delinquency, National Institute of Mental Health (MH27435).
1972-1974. Principal Investigator. “Increasing Penal Sanctions and the Drunken Driver.” $43,000 total cost. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (MH21884).
1971-1972. Principal Investigator. “Personal Bankruptcy and Its Impact as Social Process.” $1,600 direct cost. Congressional Commission on the Bankruptcy Laws of the United States.
COURSES TAUGHT REGULARLY:
Criminology Foundations of Criminology
Sociology of Criminal Justice Advanced Topics in
White-Collar Crime Criminology
2007- Working-Class Studies Association.
2001- International Society of Criminology.
1982- Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
1975- American Society of Criminology.
1971- Southern Sociological Society.
1968- Law & Society Association.
1967- American Sociological Association.
American Sociological Association, Section on Crime, Law and Deviance:
Member (elected), Council, 2000-2003.
Member (appointed), Albert J. Reiss, Jr., Outstanding Scholar Award Committee, 2000-2001; Chair (appointed), 1998-1999.
Section Co-Chair (elected), 1988-1989.
Member (appointed), Nominations Committee, 1979-1980.
Society for the Study of Social Problems, Crime and Juvenile Delinquency Division:
Member (appointed), Outstanding Scholarship Award Committee, 1993-1994.
Division Chair (elected), 1985-1987.
American Society of Criminology:
Member (appointed), Nominations Committee, 2006-2007; 1983-1984.
Annual Meeting Program Committee (Area Chair, 2006-2007; Member, 2001-2002; Division Chair, 1996-1997).
Member (appointed), Fellows Committee, 1992-1993; 1987-1988; 1982-1983.
Chair (appointed), Student Awards Committee, 1992-1993. Member (appointed), 1983-1984.
Chair (appointed), Awards Committee, 1988-1989.
Executive Counselor and Executive Board Member (elected), 1986-1989.
Southern Sociological Society:
Member (appointed), Nominations Committee, 1994-1997.
Member (appointed), Annual Meeting Program Committee, 1991-1992.
Chair (appointed), Elections Committee, 1983-1984.
Midwest Sociological Society:
Member (appointed), Committee on Academic Freedom and Responsibility, 1976-1979.
Member, Editorial board, Criminology & Public Policy, 2010-.
(In progress) Invited Senior Co-Editor, special issue of Criminology and Public Policy devoted to White-Collar Crime (for publication in August 2010).
Member, Editorial board, American Journal of Criminal Justice, 1993-1996.
Editor, Thematic issue of Crime and Delinquency (vol. 36, July 1990) devoted to “White Collar and Corporate Crime.”
Member, Editorial board, Social Forces, 1988-1991.
Associate Editor, Criminology, 1985-1987.
Member, Editorial board, Research in Social Policy, JAI Press, 1984-1988.
Review Editor, Symbolic Interaction, 1983-1986.
Editorial Consultant, Criminal Justice and Behavior, 1983-1987.
Associate Editor, Social Problems, 1981-1986.
Associate Editor, Law and Policy, 1981-1996.
External Assessor, School of Social Sciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 2009.
“Prologue.” Introducion a la Criminologia (5th edition), by Alfonso Serrano Maillo. Madrid: Dykinson, 2009.
“Subject Matter Expert” for the “White-Collar Crime Victimization Survey of American Business,” National White-Collar Crime Center, Morgantown, West Virginia, Spring, 2000.
Technical Reviewer and member of Peer Review Panel, U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, 1993; 1992.
Instructor, Freshman Seminar on “American Country Music: Roots and Change.” Fall semester, 2008.
Instructor, Freshman Seminar on “Respectable Crime.” Fall semester, 2007.
“Corporate Governance and Corporate Crime,” 2006 Fall Lectures, College of Law, October 4.
Member (elected), Faculty Senate, 2006-2009; 1992-1995.
Appeals Committee, 2008-2009.
Faculty Affairs Committee, 2006-2008.
Professional Development Committee, 1992-1994.
Bylaws Committee, 1993-1995.
Research Council, 1993-1994.
Executive Committee, 1994-1995.
Mentor (to Ms. Nicole Garrett), Ronald McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program, Research Institute, Summer, 2004.
Convener, Criminal Justice Initiative, 2000. Chair (elected), 2001-2003.
Member (appointed), Search Committee (for the position of Assistant Director), Law Enforcement Innovation Center, Institute for Public Service, 2002-2003.
Member (appointed), Office of the Vice Provost, Faculty committee to review nominees and recommend inaugural recipients of James R. Cox Professorships, 2002.
Member (appointed), Office of Research, Task force to develop evaluation metrics for the Community Partnership Center, Summer, 2002.
Member (appointed), Selection Committee, Hilton A. Smith Fellowships, Herman E. Spivey Fellowships, and Graduate School Fellowships, Graduate School, Spring, 2000.
Member (appointed), Ethics and Values Interdisciplinary Council, Office of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, 2000-2001.
Member (appointed), Focus Area Advisory Group on “Ethics and Values in the Professions.” Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs, 1998-1999.
Panelist and presenter, “Strategies for Winning Grant and Contract Funding” (a workshop for faculty). Office of Research Administration, September, 1996.
Chair (appointed), Senate/Chancellor’s Committee to review the Associate Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs/Dean of the Graduate School, 1995.
Member (appointed), Search Committee (for Coordinator of Research Compliances, Office of Research Administration), 1994.
Member (appointed), Senate/Chancellor’s Committee to review the Head, Department of Industrial Engineering, 1992-1993.
Faculty Advisor (dragooned), Student Sports Car Club, 1993-1994.
Member (appointed), Peer review panel, Faculty Professional Development Award program, Office of the Associate Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs, 1995-1996.
Invited faculty participant, Life in the Classroom (part of the campus-wide freshmen orientation program), Summer, 1989; 1988.
Inaugural chair (elected), Criminal Justice Interest Group (a multi-disciplinary 10-member faculty group organized around interest in criminal justice), 1987-1988.
Member (appointed), Provost’s Social Science Research Institute Advisory Committee, 1985-1987. Chair (appointed), Subcommittee on Other Institutional Models.
Member (appointed), Selection Committee, Chancellor’s Outstanding Scholar Award, 1982-1983.
Member (appointed), Fringe Benefits Committee, Faculty Senate, 1981-1982.
Participant (with Dr. Stephen Norland), Creative Explosion (a campus-wide, student-oriented presentation and discussion of faculty research), 1978.
College of Arts and Sciences:
“America’s Rising Tide of White-Collar Crime: Maximum Opportunity, Minimal Risk.” Pre-game Faculty Showcase address. November 29, 2006.
“When the Hell Raising’s Done: ‘Bad Boys’ in Middle Age.” Pre-game Faculty Showcase address. November 9, 2002.
Invited presentation (“Telemarketing Fraud”) to the Board of Visitors and Associates, May 4, 2002.
Department of Sociology representative (elected), Dean’s Faculty Advisory Council, 1996-1999.
Member (appointed), Selection Committee, Convocation Awards for Faculty Excellence in Research, 1996; 1993.
Participant, Speakers Bureau, 1992- .
Participant, Major Quest (a campus-wide program for undergraduate students), February 1992.
Member (appointed), Faculty Honors Adjudication Committee, 1991-1992.
College representative (appointed), Research Cabinet, Vice-Provost for Research, 1987-1988.
Member (appointed), Committee to review Department of Psychology program, 1988.
Member (appointed), Faculty Promotion and Tenure Review Committee, 1985-1987.
Member (appointed), Dean’s Research Advisory Council, 1979-1980.
Member (appointed), Writing Standards Committee, 1972-1975.
Department of Sociology:
Chair (appointed), Promotion and Tenure Review Committee, 2006-2007; 2003-2004; 1996-1997; 1991-1992.
Member (elected), Undergraduate Program Committee, 2006-2008.
Chair (appointed), Faculty Search Committee, 2006-2007; 1997-1998; 1995-1996; 1986-1987. Member (appointed), 1993-1994.
Chair (appointed), Ad Hoc Committee to Revise Departmental By-laws, 1999-2000; (elected) 1982-1983.
Member (elected), Graduate Program Committee, 1995-1996; (appointed) 1975-1977.
Invited speaker (“Ethnographic Research with Thieves and Former Thieves”), Undergraduate Sociology Society, October 14, 1993.
Associate Head (appointed), 1989-1990.
Member (elected), Ad Hoc Committee on Faculty Teaching Policy, 1983-1984.
Chair (elected), Ad Hoc Committee on Graduate Methods Requirements, 1979-1980.
Chair (elected), Executive Committee, 1976-1977.
“The Death Penalty.” Presentation/Address to the Oak Ridge Philosophical Society, April 13, 2007.
“Stemming the Tide of White-Collar Crime.” Presentation/Address to the: 1. Knoxville Seniors for Creative Learning, John T. O’Connor Center, April 10, 2007. 2. Oak Ridge Philosophical Society, Oak Ridge, March 10, 2006. 3. Congregation of the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville, February 19, 2006.
“When the Hell Raising’s Done: ‘Bad’ Boys in Middle-Age.” Presentation/Address to Knox County Seniors for Creative Learning, John T. O’Connor Center, March 22, 2004.
“Crime on the Line: Telemarketing Fraud and its Perpetrators.” Presentation/Address to the: 1. Knoxville Newcomers Club, February 20, 2008. 2. Union County Historical Society, Maynardville, July 21, 2003.
“Street-Level Persistent Thieves.” Presentation/Address to the West Knox Civitan Club, February 28, 2000.
“Preventing and Coping with Household Burglary.” Presentation/Address to the: 1. Colonial Village Neighborhood Association, March 12, 2009. 2. American Business Women’s Association-Karns Chapter, May 14, 2007. 3. Patrons, Knoxville Public Library, Downtown, February 15, 2007. 4. Patrons, Knox County Public Library, Fountain City Branch, May 18, 2006. 5. Patrons, Knox County Public Library, South Knoxville Branch, May 11, 2006. 6. Patrons, Knox County Public Library, Sequoyah Branch, May 10, 2006. 7. Patrons, Knox County Public Library, Burlington Branch, May 2, 2006. 8. Optimist Club of West Knoxville, September 30, 1999. 9. West Knox County Civitan Club, March 24, 1997. 10. Greater Knoxville Sertoma Club, April 25, 1996. 11. Thursday Luncheon Club, University of Tennessee, March 7, 1996. 12. Oak Ridge Rotary Club, August 5, 1993. 13. West Knox County Breakfast Rotary Club, January 27, 1993.
“America’s Imprisonment Binge.” Presentation/Address to the: 1. Jefferson City Civitan Club, August 10, 1995. 2. West Knox County Civitan Club, April 24, 1995.
Guest commentator, “Age and Criminal Behavior.” WBBM radio, Knoxville, TN, June 5, 1985.
Guest commentator, “American Prison Conditions.” WUOT radio, Knoxville, April 4, 1973.
Panelist, Death Penalty Review Conference, Knoxville, TN, Spring, 1973.
Founding member/Treasurer, Summit County Correctional Association, Akron, Ohio, 1970-1971.
Member (appointed), Committee on Adjudication, Akron/Summit Criminal Justice Planning Council, Akron, Ohio, 1970-1971.