John M. Roberts
Professor of Sociology
Office: Northwest Quadrant–Building B, Room 7531
Summer Office Hours (May 19–Sept. 2, 2013): By appointment
Ph.D., Sociology, Cornell University
Areas of Specialization:
Social Networks, Quantitative Methods, Mathematical Sociology
Sociol 452-001: Social Networks
Sociol 951-001: Seminar in Research Methodology: Hierarchial Linear Modeling
Sociol 499-401 & 801: Sociological Data Analysis
Sociol 701-001: Professional Seminar
Sociol 750-001: Research Methods in Sociology
Sociol 951-001: Seminar in Research Methodology: Social Networks (pdf)
A. Roberts, J. M. Roberts, Jr., & R. V. Liedka. (Forthcoming) Elements of terrorism preparedness in local police agencies, 2003-2007: Impact of vulnerability, organizational characteristics, and contagion in the post-9/11 era. Crime & Delinquency.
B. J. Mills, J. M. Roberts, Jr., J. J. Clark, W. R. Haas, Jr., D. Huntley, M. A. Peeples, L. Borck, S. C. Ryan, M. Trowbridge, & R. L. Breiger. (Forthcoming) The dynamics of social networks and migration in the archaeology of the late prehispanic U.S. Southwest. In C. Knappett (Ed.) Network Analysis in Archaeology: New Approaches to Regional Interaction. London: Oxford University Press.
J. M. Roberts, Jr., B. J. Mills, J. J. Clark, W. R. Haas, Jr., D. L. Huntley, & M. A. Trowbridge. (2012) A method for chronological apportioning of ceramic assemblages. Journal of Archaeological Science 39, 1513–1520.
A. Roberts & J. M. Roberts, Jr. (2009) Impact of network ties on change in police agency practices. Policing 32, 38–55.
T. Wadsworth & J. M. Roberts, Jr. (2008) When missing data are not missing: A new approach to evaluating SHR imputation strategies. Criminology 46, 841–870.
J. M. Roberts, Jr. (2008) Exact conditional tests for log-linear models: Application to animal dominance. Animal Behaviour 76, 1441–1449.
D. D. Brewer, J. M. Roberts, Jr., S. Q. Muth, & J. J. Potterat. (2008) Prevalence of male clients of prostitute women in the United States. Human Organization 67, 345–356.