Leo G. Barrile, professor of criminal justice

Leo G. Barrile, professor of criminal justice

Leo Barrile

lbarrile@bloomu.edu | 2112 McCormick Center | 570-389-4239

Office Hours:

  • Tuesday - Thursday, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, 6 to 7 p.m.
  • Or by appointment

Education: Ph.D. in sociology, Boston College, 1980

Courses Most Commonly Taught: Criminology, White Collar Crime, Penology, Media and Crime, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Principles of Sociology, Victimology.

Courses Developed: White Collar Crime, Penology, Victimology, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Mass Media and Crime, Sociology of Mass Communication.

Programs Developed: Major and Minor in Criminal Justice.

Research Areas: Families of murder victims and the death penalty; Sentencing Corporate Violators; Media and Crime.

Book Publications: Criminology and Justice; The Promise of Sociology.

Articles Published: on corporate crime, drugs and crime and mass media and crime.

Recent Publications

  » I Forgive You, but You Must Die: Murder Victim Family Members, the Death Penalty, and Restorative Justice