Presentation Title

Interdisciplinary Social Science Research

Presenter Information

Duane McBrideFollow

Location

BUL149

Start Date

8-17-2018 10:00 AM

End Date

8-17-2018 12:20 PM

Description

Interdisciplinary research draws on the strengths of researchers in different academic areas; however, it also presents unique challenges. In this session, Duane McBride and fellow social science researchers will share how they collaborate effectively. They will provide insights for researchers who wish to begin interdisciplinary research as well as for those who want to improve their current interdisciplinary efforts.

Biography

Duane McBride is research professor of sociology in the Department of Behavioral Sciences. He is also director of the Institute for Prevention of Addictions. Duane began working at Andrews University in 1986. His areas of expertise are criminology and drug abuse, and he has been published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, Journal of Drug Issues, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Criminology, Journal of Criminal Justice, International Journal of Criminology and Penology, Youth and Society, Human Organization, Addictive Diseases: An International Journal, British Journal of Addiction, Chemical Dependencies: Behavioral and Biomedical Issues, and Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. McBride has also authored two books: "Legal and Illicit Drug Use: Determining Drug Abuse Treatment Needs" and "Drug Use and the Courts." His current research is in the areas of juvenile delinquency and the AIDS virus infection of IV drug-users.

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Aug 17th, 10:00 AM Aug 17th, 12:20 PM

Interdisciplinary Social Science Research

BUL149

Interdisciplinary research draws on the strengths of researchers in different academic areas; however, it also presents unique challenges. In this session, Duane McBride and fellow social science researchers will share how they collaborate effectively. They will provide insights for researchers who wish to begin interdisciplinary research as well as for those who want to improve their current interdisciplinary efforts.