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David Eitle recognized as prolific scholar in elite criminology journals

June 16, 2011


David Eitle has been as recognized as one of the most prolific scholars in the country writing about criminology and criminal justice in elite scholarly journals.   High-Res Available

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The journal of Criminal Justice Education recognized Montana State University sociology professor David Eitle as one of the most prolific scholars in the country writing about criminology and criminal justice in elite scholarly journals.

Eitle was tied for the number six most prolific scholar in the country for sole publications in elite criminology journals and number 15 on the list for the most sole or lead authored publications over the past decade. Eitle is the author of nearly 40 journal articles during his career.

Eitle has been at MSU for six years, specializing on issues of racial and economic stratification as they relate to American criminal and social policy. Eitle is working with Tamela Eitle, also an MSU sociology professor, on a research project funded by the National Institute for Drug Abuse exploring risk factors related to methamphetamine use in Montana teens.

David Eitle (406) 994-5354, deitle@montana.edu