Dr. Warren W. DeLey, Professor Emeritus of Sociology
Retired: Fall, 1997
Dr. DeLey's current interests include criminology, family studies, child
rearing, and race relations. Present research is focused on the
recidivism among juvenile delinquents for the San Luis Obispo County
Probation Department. Research also includes physical stature in
higher education administrators. Past research includes drop out rates
and stress among Danish versus U.S. Police Departments, corporal
punishment and comparative research on child-rearing in Sweden and the
Dr. DeLey was Department Chair for the Social Sciences Department from
1987 to 1993, and the Associate Dean (Division Head), Division of Social
Sciences from 1976 to 1980. He was also Director of Institutional
Studies, California State University, Sacramento from 1967 to 1970.
- "Physical Punishment of Children: Sweden and the USA," Journal of
Comparative Family Studies, Autumn, 1988 vol.XIX, #3, pp. 419-431.
- "American and Danish Police 'Dropout' Rates: Denmark's Force as a
Case Study in High Job Satisfaction, Low Stress, and Low Turnover,"
Journal of Vocational Behavior, August, 1984.
- Review of Waln Brown's The Other Side of Delinquency,New
Brunswick: Rutgers University PRess, 1983, published i the Social
Science Journal October 1985.
- Review of Philip Robinson's Perspectives on the Sociology of
Education: An Introduction, London: Routledge and Paul Kegan, 1981,
published in the International Social Science Review Spring 1984.
- Review of Bennett M. Berger's The Survival of a Counterculture:
Ideological Work and Everyday Life Among Rural Communards,University
of California Press, 1981, published in the International Social
Science Review Fall 1983
- Review of J.M. Hawes' [editor] Law and Order in American
History, Kennikat Press, 1979, published in The Social Science
Journal October 1981.
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