Sociology and Criminology

Meghan Rogers

Meghan Rogers, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Criminology 

Office: BR 223
Phone: 962-2856

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

B.A.: University of Illinois
M.A.: University of Missouri-St. Louis
M.S.: Indiana University Bloomington
Ph.D.: Indiana University Bloomington

Fun fact:
I enjoy watching English Premier League soccer and support Manchester United.

Research Interest: Cross-national research, quantitative research methods, statistics, criminological theory, social structures and crime, measurement of crime and its correlates, and victimization. 

Empirical Articles

Rogers Pridemore 2017 BJC the APA citation is Meghan L Rogers & William Alex Pridemore (2017).  A comprehensive evaluation of the association between percent young and cross-national homicide rates.  British Journal of Criminology, 57, 1080-1100.    
Hocking Rogers Pridemore 2018 EJC APA citation is Sara Hockin, Meghan L. Rogers, & William Alex Pridemore (2018).  Population-level alcohol consumption and national homicide rates.  European Journal of Criminology

Pridemore Roche Rogers Cashlessness JQ 2018 is William Alex Pridemore, Sean Patrick Roche, & Meghan L. Rogers (2018).  Cashlessness and street crime:  A cross national study of direct deposit payments and robbery rates.  Justice Quarterly
Rogers Pridemore 2017 TSQ is Meghan L Rogers & William Alex Pridemore (2017).  How does social protection influence cross-national homicide rates in OECD nations?  The Sociological Quarterly.