Draft:Amy L. Anderson (Criminologist)
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Amy L. Anderson is a Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Her research focuses on ″ the social sources of deviance. She specializes in time use and deviance, the relationship between families, schools, neighborhoods
and delinquency, public perceptions of sex offenders, and quantitative methods. Professor Anderson's work has been published in
University. Some of Professor Anderson's accomplishments include winning the Gene Carte Student Paper Competition (2001),
receiving the “Best Publication with a Graduate Student Award” within the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice (2009), and
receiving the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Teaching Award (2014). A list of her publications is available on her
Google Scholar page.