Christopher D. Moore, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology & Criminal Justice

The focus of Dr. Moore's research and teaching spans the juncture between the disciplines of sociology and psychology – specifically, "social psychology." Prior to coming to King's College, he taught at Purdue University Northwest (IN), Lakeland University (WI), and the University of Georgia. In his current work, he investigates how individual self and identity structures influence voluntary associations/loyalty, leadership, deviant behavior, intimate-partner violence, and self-destructive behaviors (e.g., suicide). Dr. Moore is also a former U.S. Marine Corps Criminal Investigator. Originally from Wisconsin (Go Packers!), he enjoys spending his free time outdoors – canoeing/kayaking, backpacking, hunting, and fishing year-round.

Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Georgia
M.A. in Sociology, University of Iowa
B.A. in Sociology, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire

Contact Information
Phone: (570) 208.5900 ext. 5746
Office: 309 Hafey-Marian

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