Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology
Dr. Greg Rocheleau is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Ball State University. His research interests include juvenile delinquency, work and deviance, bullying victimization, and criminological theory. He primarily teaches juvenile justice and criminology courses.
Ph.D. in Sociology
Bowling Green State University
Rocheleau, G. C. (2018). Long-Term Relationships between Adolescent Intense Work and Adult Deviance: Are There Differences by Social Class? Advances in Life Course Research. DOI: 10.1016/j.alcr.2018.08.002.
Chavez, J. M. & Rocheleau, G. C. (2017). Formal Labeling, Deviant Peers, and Race: An Examination of Racial and Ethnic Differences in the Process of Secondary Deviance. Race and Justice: An International Journal. DOI: 10.1177/2153368717727122.
Rocheleau, G. C. & Swisher, R. R. (2017). Adolescent Work and Alcohol Use: Moderation by Neighborhood Context and the Role of Peers. Deviant Behavior, 38(11), 1252-1266.
Shoenberger, N. A. & Rocheleau, G. C. (2017). Effective Parenting and Self-Control: Differences by Gender. Women and Criminal Justice, 27(5), 271-286.
Rocheleau, G. C. & Chavez, J. M. (2015). Guilt by Association: The Relationship between Deviant Peers and Deviant Labels. Deviant Behavior, 36(3), 167-186.