Patrick G. Donnelly
"Spots on a Gnat, Good Soldiers, and Sociology Departments: Stan Saxtonís Pragmatist Approach to Sociology." In Norman K. Denzin (ed.), STUDIES IN SYMBOLIC INTERACTION: A RESEARCH ANNUAL. Vol. 21, Pp. 31- 42. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 2000 (with Dan Miller and Fred Pestello).
"Residents' Efforts at Neighborhood Stabilization: Facing the Challenges of Inner City Neighborhoods." Sociological Forum 13, 2 (June, 1998):189-213 (with Theo Majka).
"Community Organizing, Environmental Change, and Neighborhood Crime." Crime and Delinquency 43, 4 (September, 1997):493-511 (with Charles Kimble). Abstract
"Change, Cohesion and Commitment in a Diverse Urban Neighborhood." Journal of Urban Affairs 18, 3 (1996):269-284 (with Theo Majka).
"Community and the Practice of Sociology." Teaching Sociology 24, 2 (1996): 148-156 (with Frances G. Pestello, Dan E. Miller, and Stanley L. Saxton).
Book Review of HIGH RISK AND HIGH STAKES: HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, POLITICS AND POLICY by Earl Wysong. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1992. In Social Forces 73, 1 (September, 1994): 346-347.
"Alternative Perspectives on Crime and Crime Prevention: The Wilson-Currie Debate." Justice Quarterly 6, 3 (August, 1989): 601-610.
"Individual and Neighborhood Influences on Fear of Crime." Sociological Focus 22, 1 (February, 1989): 69-85.
"Cohesiveness Within a Heterogenous Urban Neighborhood: Implications for Community in a Diverse Setting." Journal of Urban Affairs 10, 2 (1988): 145-163 (with Theo Majka).
"Predictors of Success in a Co-Correctional Halfway House." Journal of Crime and Justice 10, 2(1987):1-22 (with Brian Forschner). Reprinted in Thomas Ellsworth (ed.), Contemporary Community Corrections, 2nd edition (pp. 294-311). Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press,1996 (pp. 343-360 in 1st edition, 1992).
"Neighborhood Criminals and Outsiders in Two Communities: Indications that Criminal LocalismVaries." Sociology and Social Research 71, 1 (October, 1986): 59-65 (with Daniel Baker).
"Client Success or Failure in a Halfway House." Federal Probation (September, 1984): 38-44 (with Brian Forschner).
"Using Wiseman Documentaries for Social Problems Courses." American Sociological Association Teaching Newsletter (February, 1984):9-10.
"The Origins of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970." Social Problems 30 (October, 1982):13-25. Reprinted in Robert Himmelberg (ed.), Business and Government in America Since 1870 (pp. 57-70). Hamden, CT: Garland Publishing Co., 1994.
Review Essay of Carl Gersuny's WORK HAZARDS AND INDUSTRIAL CONFLICT. University Press of New England for the University of Rhode Island. In Contemporary Crisis 6 (April, 1982):200-204.
"Modern Social Problems Through Film." The Directory of Teaching Innovations in Sociology. Studies in Higher Education in cooperation with American Sociological Association Teaching Services Program, 1982.
Book Review of DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR: INTERACTIONAL AND MOTIVATIONAL ASPECTS. Dickenson Publishing Company, 1978. In Contemporary Sociology 9 (May, 1980): 393.
"Police Departments in Resort Communities: Organizational Adjustments to Population Undulation." Leisure Sciences 2 (2:1979):105-118 (with Robert A. Rothman and John K. Tower).
"Alcohol Problems and Sales in the Counties of Pennsylvania: A Social Area Investigation." Journal of Studies on Alcohol 39 (May, 1978):848-858.
"An Ecological Analysis of Problem Drinking and Alcohol Sales." Delaware Sociological Review 2 (October, 1976):25-58.
"Social Area Analysis Variables and Rates of Mental Disorder."
Proceedings, Sociological Research Symposium VI (February, 1976):147-152.
RECENT PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS
"Long Term Effects of Community Crime Prevention," Society for the Study of Social Problems, San Francisco, 1998 (with Charles Kimble).
"Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design in a Public Housing Project," Society for the Study of Social Problems,Toronto, 1997 (with Charles Kimble).
"Lessons Learned From Implementing Defensible Space Plans," Ohio Planning Conference State Convention, Dayton, OH, 1997.
"The Role of the Scholar Activist in Neighborhood Organizing," Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York, 1996.
"Effectiveness of a Defensible Space Plan: How and Why," Texas Social Psychology Association, Arlington, TX, 1996 (with Charles Kimble).
"Community Organizing Against Urban Crime: An Assessment of the Relationship Between Defensible Space, Community Ties and Crime," Society for the Study of Social Problems, Washington, 1995 (with Charles Kimble).
"Effectiveness of Defensible Space in an Urban Neighborhood," American Psychological Society, New York, 1995 (with Charles Kimble).
"Citizen Participation and the Local Planning Process," National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, Minneapolis, 1995 (with Theo Majka).
"Violence in Society." Panelist, National Issues Forum, University of Dayton, 1994.
"Designing a Safer Neighborhood," Indiana Affordable Housing Conference, Indianapolis, 1994.
"Social Relationships, Community, and the Practice of Sociology," Midwest Sociological Society, St. Louis, 1994 (with 4 others).
"Residents' Efforts at Neighborhood Stabilization: Facing the Challenges of Inner City Neighborhoods," Association for Humanist Sociology, New Orleans, 1993 (with Theo Majka).
"The Process of Developing a Neighborhood Stabilization Plan," Neighborhoods, USA Conference, Jackson, MS, 1993.
"Cohesiveness and Heterogeneity Revisited: A Six Year Follow-up." Society for the Study of Social Problems, Pittsburgh, 1992 (with Theo Majka).
"Participation in Community Crime Prevention Programs," American Society of Criminology, Baltimore, 1990.
RECENT FUNDED GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
Office of Family and Children First Council, Montgomery County, to examine eight programs serving at-risk youth, 1999.
Montgomery County-Family Services Association, Contract to evaluate the effectiveness of a community organizing project in a low income neighborhood, 1996-97.
University of Dayton Summer Research Fellowship to conduct research on crime prevention through environmental design, 1996.
City of Dayton, Grant to conduct research on the effectiveness of a
defensible space plan in one city neighborhood and one
public housing project, 1992-95 (with Charles Kimble).
American Sociological Association, Society for the Study of Social Problems, American Society of Criminology, Alpha Kappa Delta
PROFESSIONAL AWARDS AND ACTIVITIES
Positions in the Society for the Study of Social Problems: Elections Committee Chair 1999-2000; Awards Committee Chair, Crime and Delinquency Division, 1998-9, 1985-86;
Chair (elected), Budget, Finance and Audit Committee, 1992-1993; elected member, 1990-93; Chair, Student Awards Committee, 1996-97; Lee Founders Award Committee, 1987-88.
Board of Consulting Editors, Roxbury Publishing Company, 1991-present.
Manuscript Reviewer, Social Problems, Journal of Urban Affairs, Sociological Focus, Justice Quarterly, Journal of Criminal Justice, Contemporary Crisis, Journal of Studies on Alcohol.
Manuscript Reviewer, Macmillan, Random House, McGraw-Hill, Allyn and Bacon, HarperCollins, William C. Brown, West.
Co-organizer, Miami Valley Student Research Symposium, 1988, 1992.
The Candace Rogers Award (Awarded for the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper at the Eastern Sociological Society Meetings), 1977.
The John J. Kane Award for Sociology (Awarded to the Outstanding Graduating Sociology Major, Saint Joseph's College), 1974.
Editor, Delaware Sociological Review, 1977.
RECENT REPORTS AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS
Montgomery County Out of School Youth Task Force Report, 1999.
Report of the University Task Force on Alcohol Use and Abuse, submitted to Provost and Vice President for Student Development, 1999.
Report on the 1996 and 1997 Surveys of Avondale Residents, submitted to Family Services Association, 1997.
Report on the 1996 Survey of Avondale Residents, submitted to Family Services Association, 1996.
Report on the Dunbar Manor and Edgemont Neighborhood Surveys, submitted to City of Dayton, 1995 (with Ronald Katsuyama and Charles Kimble).
Report on the Five Oaks Neighborhood Surveys, submitted to City of Dayton, 1993.
Survey of the Five Oaks Neighborhood, 1992, submitted to City of Dayton, 1992.
Report on the 1992 Dunbar Manor and Edgemont Neighborhood Surveys, submitted to City of Dayton, 1992 (with Charles Kimble).