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Laura Woods Fidelie

Email Addresses
laura.fidelie@mwsu.edu
My Websites

Criminal Justice
Associate Professor

Office Location
Martin Hall 102
Office Hours

MW 9:00-12:00

TR 9:00-11:00

Phone
Voice: (940) 397-6210
Fax: (940) 397-6291
  Semester Course # Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2015 3313 X10 Law and Society
Details Fall 2015 3313 X10 Law and Society
Details Fall 2015 3313 X10 Law and Society
Institution Degree Graduation Date
Trinity University B.A.
Texas Tech University M.B.A.
Texas Tech University School of Law J.D.
Institution Position Start Date End Date

Fidelie, Laura Woods (2009).  Internet Gambling: Innocent Activity or Cybercrime? International Journal of Cyber Criminology, 3(1), 476-491.

Fidelie, Laura Woods (2010).  The Effects of Cell Dog Programs on Prison Inmate Populations. Contemporary Issues in Criminology and the Social Sciences, 4(4).

Fidelie, Laura Woods (May, 2011).  "Stalking Regulation: Issues and Recommendations."  Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, 4(1), 49-64.

Mays, Larry; Ball, Jeremy; Fidelie, Laura Woods.  "Criminal Law: Core Concepts"  Textbook in Press (Wolters Kluwer Law & Business).

Johnston, James; Fidelie, Laura Woods; Killion, Jeffrey; Robinson, Kim; Behrens, Phyllis (October, 2012).  "An Instrument for Assessing Communication Skills of Healthcare and Human Services Students."  Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice 10(4).

Fidelie, Laura Woods & Moran, Nathan R.  “Cyberstalking: An Analysis of Legislation and Law Enforcement Responses.”  Accepted for  publication by Crime, Punishment, and Law: An International Journal.

Roberts, Roe A.; Fidelie, Laura Woods & Plubell, Philip (January, 2010).  "The Ethics of Capital Punishment in the Americas."  Caribbean Journal of Criminology and Public Safety, 15 (1&2), 35-74.

Fidelie, Laura Woods (April, 2013).  "Grading as a Means of Improving Student Writing."  ACG News.