The Clayton State Center for Community and Justice Studies is dedicated to supporting faculty and students currently engaged in or wishing to begin community-based research. We showcase faculty and students already engaged in community-based research through our brown-bag and faculty spotlight series. We also encourage established community researchers to develop mentoring relationships with those faculty and students who are just beginning a community-based research endeavor. For more information on the resources available to support community-based scholarship please contact Lisa Holland-Davis at 678-466-4819 or email@example.com.
Maddox, Samuel J., Lisa Holland-Davis, and Emran W. Khan. Forthcoming. "We have done this before! So what went wrong?" The Criminologist.
In November 2013, members of the CCJS Campus Advisory Board presented papers as part of a panel entitled "Building Comprehensive Approaches to Community Justice: The Clayton State Center for Justice Studies" at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology in Atlanta. The presentations were as follows:
Lisa Holland-Davis-- "Many People, One Community": Exploring the Growth of Clayton County, Georgia Using a Dynamic Model of Social Disorganization
Jason Davis and Anastasia Tosouni-- Assessing Perceptions of Procedural Fairness in a County Court
Mari Roberts-- Neoliberalism Unplugged: How the Testing Industrial Complex Feeds the Prison Industrial Complex
Samuel J. Maddox, Lisa Holland-Davis, and Emran W. Khan-- Building a Mental Health Collaborative: The Clayton County Judicial Circuit Mental Health Services Program