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Myunghoon, Roh

Senior Instructor
Brown University
School Affiliation

Cambridge College School of Management

Academic Focus

Criminological theories, research methods, statistics

Courses Taught
  • Introduction to Statistics for Criminology
  • Statistical Decision Techniques for Managers
  • GIS
  • Race and Crime

M.A. - Brown University, Providence, RI - Public Affairs
B.A. - Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, English, Seoul, South Korea


I try to be such a facilitator in all of my courses. Students are inquisitive and curious by nature but often lack the tools to successfully engage with certain materials. My task as a teacher-facilitator is to
1) motivate my students by pointing out the merits of studying a certain problem or topic area;
2) equip them with basic knowledge;
3) lead them into the right direction; and,
4) provide them with further guidance and feedback when needed.

Professional Experience
  •     Graduate Teaching Assistant, Northeastern University
  •     Global Criminology Network Assistant, Northeastern University
  •     Research Intern, Hudson Institute, Washington DC
Awards & Recognitions

Summer Research Fellow ($5,500)

Research & Publications

Roh, M. “A Cross – National Analysis of Agnew’s General Theory of Crime and Delinquency”. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice.

Selected Presentations

2015. “Theoretical Integration between Agnew’s (2005) General Theory of Crime and Delinquency and Messner and Rosenfeld’s (1994) Institutional Anomie theory: A Theoretical Test using an International Sample of Youth” at American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC.

2015. “Theoretical Integration of Agnew’s GST and Macro-level GST: A test of Multi – Level Theoretical Framework using an International Sample of Youth” at Western Association of Criminal Justice, Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho.

2015. “A Cross-National Analysis of Agnew’s General Theory of Crime and Delinquency Between American and Irish adolescents” at European Society of Criminology, Porto, Portugal.

2013. “Assessing the Differential Effects of Adolescents’ self-control, gender, age, and race on their three different bullying behaviors: Verbal, Physical, and Relational Bullying, under each school’s presence of bullying prevention program for U.S. schools” at American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.

2013. “Adolescents’ bullying behaviors, low self-control, and their frequency of computer use” at Massachusetts Association of Criminal Justice Education, Fitchburg, MA.

Professional Memberships & Affiliations
  • American Society of Criminology
  • European Society of Criminology
  • Massachusetts Association of Criminal Justice Education
  • Korean Society of Criminology in America