Detailed Information for Nathan Moran

Dr. Nathan Moran 
Criminal Justice
 » Chair
Office Location
Martin Hall 105C 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4752
Fax: (940) 397-6291
 
 

Health and Public Administration
 » Chair
Office Location
Martin Hall 105C 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4752
Fax: (940) 397-6291
 
 

Criminal Justice
 » Professor
Office Location
Martin Hall 105
Office Hours

Meetings by appointment.

 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4752
Fax: (940) 397-6291
 
 

Contact Information

nathan.moran@mwsu.edu

My Websites

Criminal Justice Homepage

Interests

Areas of Expertise

  • International Crime
  • Organized Crime, Terrorism, & Extremist Groups
  • Research Design & Statistical Procedures
  • Criminal Procedure, Constitutional Law, and Civil Liabilities in Policing
  • Organizational Theory & Justice Administration
  • Criminological Theory

                                    Social Learning

                                    Labeling

                        Anomie and Strain

Social Bonding / Control

                        Theory Integration

                                    Biological and Psychological


Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2012 5253  x10  Comparative Administration of Justice     Online online

online

Details Fall 2012 4993    Capstone    Martin Hall 108

Internet course

Details Fall 2012 4253    Comparative Criminal Justice Systems    Martin Hall 

Internet Course

Details Fall 2012 3213    Research Methods for Criminology and Criminal Justice    Martin Hall 108

Internet Course

Details Fall 2010 4993    Capstone    Martin Hall 108

Tuesday, 2:30-5:20 p.m.

Details Fall 2010 4253    Comparative Criminal Justice Systems    Martin Hall 

Internet Course

Details Fall 2010 3223    Terrorism    Martin Hall Internet Course

Internet Course

Details Fall 2010 3223    Research Methods for Criminology and Criminal Justice    Martin Hall 108

Tuesday, 2:30-5:20

Details Fall 2010 3213    Research Methods for Criminology and Criminal Justice    Martin Hall 108

Tuesday, 2:30-5:20




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
Sam Houston State University Ph.D. in Criminal Justice Aug 10 2002 12:00AM 
Sam Houston State University M.A. in Criminology and Criminal Justice Aug 10 2002 12:00AM 
Midwestern State University B.S. in Criminal Justice May 15 1996 12:00AM 



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
 Midwestern State University  Chair & Professor, Criminal Justice Dept.  08/15/2002  present



Research and Publications

Publications

Books

Roth. Mitchel P., Moran, Nathan R., & Kennedy, Tom. History of the Houston Police Department: 1832-2005.  In writing.  Expected to be in-print in Fall, 2010. 

Moran, Nathan R. Criminal Procedure: Law and Practice.  An E-Book published by Kaplan, Inc.  January, 2004.   

Moran, Nathan R., Editor.  Policing in Multicultural Societies.  OICJ Press: Huntsville, Texas, 2002.

Moran, Nathan R. The Globalization of Russian, Colombian, and Chinese Organized Crime from 1991-2001: A Time-Series Analysis.  Sam Houston State University Press.  Huntsville, Texas, 2002.

 

Edited Books (Anthologies)

Moran, Nathan R. (Copy Editor). Drug Courts: Current Issues and Future Perspectives.  Published in the Fall of 2002 by the Office of International Criminal Justice. 

Moran, Nathan R. (Copy Editor)Policing, Security and Democracy: Special Aspects of ‘Democratic Policing’ (OICJ, 2001), edited by Stanley Einstein and Menachem Amir. 

Moran, Nathan R. (Copy Editor)Policing, Security and Democracy: Theory and Practice (OICJ, 2001), edited by Mencahem Amir and Stanley Einstein. 

 

Book Chapters, Monographs, and Encyclopedia Entries

Hanser, Robert D. & Moran, Nathan R. four entries (10,000 words) in the Encyclopedia on International Security Studies(Rutledge Publications, 2008).  Entry included:

                                                “Terrorism: Psychological Warfare”

                                                “Drug Smuggling”

                                                “Workplace Violence: Intervention

“Psychology and Security: Socio-Psychological Aspects”

Moran, Nathan R. & Hanser, Robert D.  Two entries (3,000 words) in the Encyclopedia of Police Science, 3rd Edition(Routledge Publications, 2006).  Entries included:

                                                “Stress: Coping Mechanisms”

                                                “Conflict Management”

Moran, Nathan R.  Special Needs Offenders and Community Supervision (Prentice Hall, 2006), by Robert D. Hanser. 

                                                “Chapter Five: Mentally Disordered Offenders”

Joiner, Courtney T., Hanser, Robert D., & Moran, Nathan R.  Racial Profiling: A Quantitative Analysis and Theoretical Evaluation (Monograph: National Association of African American Studies, 2005).

Moran, Nathan R. & Hanser, Robert D.  16 entries (28,000 Words) in Organized Crime: An International Encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO Publications, 2006).  Entries included:

                                               

                                                “Economic, Political, and Social Impact of International Organized Crime”

“Organized Crime in Australia: Drug Trafficking and Human Smuggling”

                                                “Crime and Corruption in Japan: The Yakuza”

“Drug Production and Trafficking in the Western Hemisphere: The Andean Region of

South America”

                                                “Gang Crimes: Latino Gangs in America

“Defining Organized Crime: Economic, Legal and Social Factors”

                                                “The Concept of Transnational Organized Crime”

                                                “Transnational Criminal Activities: A Brief Analysis”

                                                “International Criminal Court (ICC)”

“The Global Sex Trade, Pornography, and International Sex Tourism: A Multi-Billion

Dollar Industry”

                                                “International Initiatives Dealing with the Abuse and Trafficking of Illegal Drugs”

                                                “The Global Cocaine Trade: Coca Cultivation, Cocaine Production and Distribution”

                                                “The Global Opium Trade: Cultivation, Production and Distribution

                                                “Snakeheads and Human Migrant Smuggling: China’s Fujian Province”

                                                “The History and Evolution of Organized Crime”

                                                “Murder-for-Hire: Assassination and Contract Killings”                                 

Hanser, Robert D. & Moran, Nathan R.Labeling Theory as an Etiological Paradigm for Prison RapePublished inSexual Assault: The Victims, the Perpetrators and the Criminal Justice System(Carolina Academic Press, 2005), edited by Francis P. Reddington and Betsy W. Kreisel.

Moran, Nathan R.  Six entries in the Encyclopedia of Criminology (to be published in Fall, 2006, by Routledge).  Edited by J. Mitchell Miller.

            “International Court of Justice (World Court)”

            “Organized Crime: Chinese Tongs and Triads”

            “Organized Crime: Cuban Gangs”

            “Organized Crime: Enforcement Strategies”

            “Organized Crime: Colombian Cartels”

            “Organized Crime: The Law”

Hanser, Robert D. & Moran, Nathan R.  An Examination of Chinese University Student’s Perceptions of the U.S. Criminal Justice System.  Published by the Asian Association of Police Studies, via the Korean National Police University.  August, 2004. 

Moran, Nathan R. & Hanser, Robert D.  18 Entries (totaling 90,000 words) in the World Encyclopedia of Police Forces and Correctional Systems(Gale Publications), Editor-In-Chief, George Kurian.  Authors were responsible for the criminal justice systems of Eastern Europe.  Entries included:

Belgium, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia, Switzerland, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Macedonia, Albania, Cyprus, Luxembourg, and Portugal.

Moran, Nathan R.  Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs in Eastern Europe: Emerging Trends.  Published by the Korean National Police University (KNPU).  May, 2001. 

 

Articles

Moran, Nathan R., Ward, Richard H., & Hanser, Robert D.  The Globalization of Organized Crime: The Russian, Colombian, and Chinese Experience.  International Journal of Crime, Criminal Justice, and Law.  Under review. 

Hanser, Robert D. & Moran, Nathan R.  Professional Practice Models of Criminal Justice Education in Traditional versus Online Environments.  Journal of Criminal Justice Education.  Under review. 

Moran, Nathan R. & Hanser, Robert D.  Global Organized Terror: Emerging Trends in International Security.  INTERSEC: The Journal of International Security.  Forthcoming.

Hanser, Robert D. & Moran, Nathan R.  Batterer Intervention Services and Cultural Competence of Agency Curricula.  Journal of Ethnicity and Criminal Justice.  Under review. 

Hanser, Robert D. & Moran, Nathan R.  Cultural Competence and Batterer Intervention Services: An Application of the Agency Cultural Competence Checklist.  Journal of Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology.  Under review. 

Moran, Nathan R., Hanser, Robert D., & Trulson, Chad.  Sexual Abuse of Men in Prisons: Perpetrators, Victims, and the Labeling Process.  The Prison Journal.  Under review. 

Hanser, Robert D. & Moran, Nathan R.  “An Examination of Chinese University Student’s Perceptions of the Criminal Justice System in the United States.”  Journal of Asian Policing. Vol. 3, Num. 1, January 2005.

Porter, Russell D., Moran, Nathan R., Roberts, Roe, & Stiles, Beverly.  Cross-National Correctional Healthcare.  Published in the World Encyclopedia of Police Forces and Correctional Systems (Gale Publications, 2005). 

Moran, Nathan R. & Hanser, Robert D.  Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and the Japanese Yakuza: An Historical Analysis and Theoretical Application. Journal of Criminology and Social Psychology.  May, 2004 (Vol. 7 Nos. 1 & 2). 

Moran, Nathan R. and Hanser, Robert D.  “Terror for Profit: The IRA-FARC Connection and Emergence of Global Organized Terror.”  INTERSEC: The Journal of International Security.  February, 2004.

Moran, Nathan R. & Hanser, Robert D.  Yakuza Membership: An Historical Analysis and Theoretical Application.  Journal of Asian Policing. January, 2004. 

Moran, Nathan R., & Toft, Jerry.  The Russian Sex Trade.  Crime and Justice International.  April, 2003. 

Moran, Nathan R. An Education Program for the World’s Police: CJC Faculty Form the Core of the International Law Enforcement Academy.  Criminal Justice Mandate. Volume 8, Number 8. Spring, 2002

Moran, Nathan R., Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs Go Global. Crime and Justice International, July/August, 2002.

Moran, Nathan R., Emerging Trends in Global Drug Trafficking, Crime and Justice International, June 2002. 

Moran, Nathan R. & Hanser, Robert D., Post WWII Japanese Organized Crime Trends. Crime and Justice International, March 2002. 

Moran, Nathan R., A Critical Analysis of Organized Crime in China. Crime and Justice International: Worldwide News and Trends, October 2000.

Moran, Nathan R., Recidivism Rates of Mentally Impaired Ex-Mates in Texas. Texas Council on Offenders with Mental Impairments, Texas State Legislature, August 2000. 

Moran, Nathan R., The Hell’s Angels v. The Bandidos: The Danish Saga. Crime and Justice International: Worldwide News and Trends, June 2000.

Moran, Nathan R., Policing in the Netherlands: Practices and Drug policy. Crime and Justice International: Worldwide News and Trends, March 2000.

                       

Reports (Selected List)

Moran, Nathan R., White Paper on Extradition: Current Facts, Issues, and Experts.  Presented to Sam Houston State University’s College of Criminal Justice. 

Moran, Nathan R., Criminal Justice Doctoral Students Attend International Conference. The Criminal Justice Mandate, September 2001.

Moran, Nathan R., Two U.S. Doctoral Students Attend Terrorism and Organized Crime Conference in Korea. Crime and Justice International, July/August 2001.

Moran, Nathan R., American Criminal Justice Students Study in China. The Criminal Justice Mandate, October 2000.

                       

Book Reviews (Selected List)

The higher Education Ethics Typology: Five Domains to Improve Education(Socratic Publishing, 2007), by Russell Porter.  Published in the December 2006 issue of the Journal of Higher Education Ethics. 

Youth Crime in America: A Modern Synthesis(Prentice hall, 2005), by Roy Lotz.  Published in the January 2005 issue (Vol. 3) of Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice: An Interdisciplinary Journal (Sage Publications).

Punishment and Political Theory (Hart, 1999), edited by Matt Matravers.  Published in the 2004 issue (Vol. 14) of the journal International Criminal Justice Review. 

Handbook of Criminal Justice Administration(Marcell-Dekker, 2001), edited by M.A. DuPont-Morales, Michael K. Hooper, and Judy H. Schmidt.  Published in the Autumn 2003 issue of the journal The Criminal Justice Review.

Protecting Against the Spread of Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons: An Action Agenda for the Global Partnership.  A CSIS report sponsored by the National Threat Initiative.  Published in the May 2003 issue of Crime and Justice International. 

Cocaine: An Unauthorized Biography(Thomas Dunne, 2002), by Dominic Streatfield.  Published in the January, 2003, issue of Crime and Justice International. 

Leadership: Enhancing the Lessons of Experience(McGraw-Hill, 1999), by Richard L. Hughes, Robert C. Ginnett, and Gordon J. Curphy.  Published in the February 2002 issue of Crime and Justice International. 

Contemporary Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice: Essays in Honor of Gilbert Geis(Prentice Hall, 2001).  Published in the November 2001 issue of the Literature of Criminal Justice

Legal Intimidation(Free Association Books, 2000).  Published in the November 2001 Literature of Criminal Justice

Russian Organized Crime and Corruption: Putin’s Challenge(CSIS, 2000).  Published in the October 2001 newsletter of the International Association for the Study of Organized Crime (Sage Publications).

Combating Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Terrorism: A Comprehensive Strategy(CSIS, 2001).  Published in the October 2001 newsletter of the International Association for the Study of Organized Crime (Sage Publications).

Black Mass: The Irish Mob, The FBI, and a Devil’s Deal(Public Affairs, 2000), by Dick Lehr and Gerard O’Neil.  Published in the October 2001 newsletter of the International Association for the Study of Organized Crime (Sage Publications).

The Antimafia: Italy’s Fight Against Organized Crime(St. Martin’s Press, 2000), by Alison Jamieson.  Published in the October 2001 newsletter of the International Association for the Study of Organized Crime (Sage Publications).

Policing Security and Democracy: Theory and Practice, Volume I(OICJ, 2001), edited by Stanley Einstein and Menachem Amir.  Published in the October 2001 issue of Crime and Justice International: Worldwide News and Trends. 

Policing Security and Democracy: Special Aspects of Democratic Policing, Volume II(OICJ, 2001), edited by Menachem Amir and Stanley Einstein.  Published in the October 2001 issue of Crime and Justice International: Worldwide News and Trends. 

Criminal Justice in the United States, 2nd Edition(Nelson Hall, 1998), by Dean J. Champion.  Published in the September 2001 issue of Crime and Justice International: Worldwide News and Trends. 

Policing, Security and Democracy: Theory and Practice, Volume I,andPolicing Security and Democracy: Special Aspects of Democratic Policing, Volume II(OICJ, 2001), edited by Stanley Einstein and Menachem Amir.  A dual book review published in the June 2001 issue of the Criminal Justice Mandate.

Combating Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Terrorism: A Comprehensive Strategy(CSIS, 2001).  Published in the June 2001 issue of Crime and Justice International: Worldwide News and Trends.

Criminal Evidence(Wadsworth, 2001), by Thomas J. Gardner and Terry M. Anderson.  Published in the March 2001 issue of Crime and Justice International: Worldwide News and Trends.