School of Natural & Social Sciences


Todd Greene

Associate Professor of Sociology






Teaching Interests




Research Interests



Contact Information

Department of Sociology, Psychology, & Criminal Justice
Connell Hall 206, Wayne State College
1111 Main St , Wayne, NE 68787
Tel: +1(402)375-7296, Fax: +1(402)375-7458




> Ph.D.,University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, 2007

> M.A., State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY, 1989

> B.A., University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, 1987


Professional Activities/ Awards

Teaching Award 2005. "Outstanding Contribution to Students." University of Nebraska
Teaching Award 2006. "Outstanding Contribution to Students." University of Nebraska



Greene, T.W. 2009. "An Integrated Stress Process Theory: Viewing Intersections of Crime and Mental Illness." Theory in Action, 2(1) 122-139.
Greene, T.W. 2008. "Three Ideologies of Individualism: Toward Assimilating a Theory of Individualisms and Their Consequences," Critical Sociology, 34(1) 117-188.
Greene, T.W. 2007. "Legislating Self-Risking Behaviors: Motorcycle Helmet Laws and the Symbolic Defense of Individual Freedoms," Criminal Justice Policy Review, 18(1) 95-110.
Greene, T.W. 2012. "A Paradox of Street Survival: Street Masteries Influencing Runaways' Motivations to Maintain Street Life." Theory in Action, 5(3) 31-57.





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