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- Travis Linnnemann, PhD.
- Assistant Professor
- Sociology & Criminal Justice
- 6000 Batten Arts and Letters
- Web Page
- Kansas State University,
Degree: Ph. D.
- media and crime, punishment and social control
- crime and media; punishment and social control; race and gender
- Linnemann, T., and Kurtz, D. L. Beyond the Ghetto: Police Power, Methamphetamine and the Rural War on Drugs. Critical Criminology (pp. 1–17).
- Kurtz, D. L., Linnemann, T., and Green, E. (2013). Support, coercion, and delinquency: testing aspects of an emerging theory. Journal of Crime and Justice (ahead-of-print), (pp. 1–18).
- Linnemann, T., and Wall, T. (2013). ‘This is your face on meth’: The punitive spectacle of ‘white trash’in the rural war on drugs. Theoretical Criminology
- Linnemann, T., Hanson, L., and Williams, L. S. (2013). ‘With Scenes of Blood and Pain’Crime Control and the Punitive Imagination of The Meth Project. British Journal of Criminology, 53 (4), (pp. 605–623).
- Linnemann, T. (2012). Governing through meth: Local politics, drug control and the drift toward securitization. Crime, Media, Culture
- Kurtz, D. L., Linnemann, T., and Williams, L. S. (2012). Reinventing the Matron: The Continued Importance of Gendered Images and Division of Labor in Modern Policing. Women & Criminal Justice, 22 (3), (pp. 239–263).
- Linnemann, T. (2011). Beyond the ghetto: methamphetamine and the punishment of rural America.. Kansas State University
- Linnemann, T. (2010). Mad men, meth moms, moral panic: Gendering meth crimes in the Midwest. Critical Criminology, 18 (2), (pp. 95–110).
- Williams, L. S., and Linnemann, T. (2009). Scripting an Enemy. Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film (pp. 192).
- Linnemann, T. (2008). Enemies at the Gate: Toward a Theory of Court-Level Racial Threat. Journal of Crime and Justice, 31 (2), (pp. 87–115).
- Kurtz, D., and Linnemann, T. (2006). Improving probation through client strengths: Evaluating strength based treatments for at-risk youth. Western Criminology Review, 7 (1), (pp. 9–19).