B.A. Psychology, University of New Hampshire
M.A. Sociology, Atlanta University
Ph.D. Sociology and Social Work, Boston University
Phone: (603) 899-4261
Outstanding Faculty Member, Student Senate Award
Faculty of the Year, Faculty Award
Alpha Kappa Delta, National Sociological Honor Society
Farmer, J F. (2017). "Resurrecting an Abandoned 'Standpoint': An Exploratory Application of W. I. Thomas' Abandoned 'Four Wishes' and the 'Definition of the Situation' to Adolescent Shoplifters' Cases. Journal of Sociological Research, 8(1):16-32.
Farmer, J F. and Jean Dawson. (2017). "College Students' Shoplifting Experience: A Comparison of Retrospective Self-Reports to Micro-Level Criminological Theory." International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, 12(1):1-23.
Farmer, J F. (2014). "An Invitation to Debunk: Posing Sociological Questions to Understand Social Work Cases." Journal of Sociology and Social Work, 2(2):155-171.
Farmer, J F. (2014). "Inmate Rehabilitation Revisited: Using Goffman and Perrow to Explain Constraints on Transformational Technologies in Prison." Journal of Social Science Studies, 1(2):198-223.
Farmer, J F. (2013). "Max Weber's Sociology of Law Applied to a Case of Judicial Intervention into State-Sanctioned Inmate Abuse." Journal of Sociological Research, 4(2):147-166.
Farmer, J F. (2012). "A Comparison of Some of the Themes of Irrationality, Illusion and Mystification Identified or Inferred by Karl Marx and Max Weber in Their Explanations of the Rise of Capitalism." Journal of Sociological Research, 3(2):11-28.
Farmer, J F. (2012). "Interaction Propositions: A Comparison of 'Dramaturgical Analysis' and 'Exchange Theory,' the Micro Sociological Explanations of Face-to-Face Communication Proposed by Erving Goffman and George C. Homans." Journal of Society and Communication, Vol. 2012:204-230.
Farmer, J F. (2011). "The Effects of Staff Empowerment on Supervisory Relations, Burnout and Job Satisfaction: A Comparative Case Study of Two American Prisons." International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2)13):21-27