Amy Dellinger Page, Ph.D.

Courses Taught

  • The Sociological Perspective
  • Social Problems in American Society
  • Sociology of Intimate Relationships
  • Constructions of Gender
  • Criminology
  • Sexual Deviance and Violence
  • Constructing Bodies and Sexualities

Research Interests

  • Attitudes toward Sexual and Interpersonal Violence
  • Sexual Offenders and Policy
  • Gender Inequality

Recent Publications

Martz, Denise, Jameson, John Paul, and Page, Amy Dellinger.  2016.  Psychological Health and Academic Success in Rural Appalachian Adolescents Exposed to Physical and Sexual Interpersonal Violence.  American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.

Page, Amy Dellinger and Peacock, James R. 2013. Negotiating Identities in a Heteronormative Context. Journal of Homosexuality 60, 639-654.

Page, Amy Dellinger, Hill, Julie Sprinkle, and Gilbert, Griff. 2012. False Security: North Carolina Sexual Offenders' Perceptions of Residence Restrictions. Journal of Forensic Social Work 2 (2-3), 108-121.

Page, Amy Dellinger, Hill, Julie Sprinkle, and Gilbert, Griff. 2012. North Carolina Sexual Offender Legislation: Policy Placebo? Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 51 (3), 115-134.

Lippard, Cameron and Page, Amy Dellinger. 2011. Driving While Non-White: An Exploratory Study of North Carolina Traffic Stops. Sociation Today 9 (2).

Page, Amy Dellinger. 2010. True Colors: Police Officers and Rape Myth Acceptance. Feminist Criminology 5 (4), 1-20.

Title: Professor, Department Chair
Department: Department of Sociology

Email address: Email me

Phone: (828) 262-2201

Office address
219 Chapell Wilson Hall

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