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Dr. Patrick M. Seffrin

Associate Professor


seffrin@marywood.edu

Social Science

570-348-6211 x2242

Liberal Arts Center 82

Courses taught:

Quantitative Reasoning CJ-202
Violence and Peace CJ-212
Criminology CJ-303
Social Research CJ-351
The American Prison CJ-433
Criminal Justice Internship CJ-460
Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice CJ-465
ST: Crime in the Movies CJ-470C
Patrick M. Seffrin, PhD.
Concentrations:
Criminology, criminal justice, sociology
Education:
Ph.D. Bowling Green State University

Patrick Seffrin is an associate professor in the Social Sciences Department at Marywood University. Dr. Seffrin earned his Ph.D. and M.A. in sociology from the Bowling Green State University before joining the Marywood faculty in 2009. He teaches courses in the areas of sociology, criminology, and criminal justice. Before entering graduate school, he was a supervisor in an Ohio juvenile residential center housing felony sex offender. He is certified as a Chemical Dependency Counselor in Ohio. His teaching and research interests include criminology, sociology, and research methods. Below is a link to a recent publication by Seffrin and colleagues which appears in the journal Partner Abuse. This research examined the relationship between intimate partner violence and sexual infidelity.

Seffrin, P. M., Ingulli, P., & Teeple, J. (2021). A biosocial perspective on the relationship of sexual infidelity to intimate partner violence focusing on socioeconomic factors, cohabiting unions, and children. Partner abuse, 12(1), 42-63
https://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds[]=citjournalarticle_680892_20


See link to CV

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qFkNPYtcu_IYM2iikBSOQm_W79anZ4_b/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=109515403304131494105&rtpof=true&sd=true

Presentations and Publications


Seffrin, P. M., Ingulli, P., & Teeple, J. (2021). A biosocial perspective on the relationship of sexual infidelity to intimate partner violence focusing on socioeconomic factors, cohabiting unions, and children. Partner abuse, 12(1), 42-63
https://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds[]=citjournalarticle_680892_20