I am an Assistant Professor here in the Department of Sociology. I earned my degree at the University of California, Riverside. My primary areas of interest lie in social psychology, criminology, and research methods. However, I am interested in a fairly wide array of sociological topics above and beyond these.
Stets, Jan E., Michael J. Carter, Michael M. Harrod, Christine Cerven, and Seth Abrutyn. 2008. "The Moral Identity, Moral Emotions, and the Normative Order" . In Social Structure and Emotion, edited by Dawn T. Robinson and Jody Clay-Warner.
Burke, Peter J. and Michael M. Harrod. “Too Much of a Good Thing.” 2005 (PDF). Social Psychology Quarterly 68:359-74.
Stets, Jan E., and Michael M. Harrod. 2004. "Self-Verification Across Multiple Identities: The Role of Status" (PDF). Social Psychology Quarterly 67:155-171.
Harrod, Michael M. 2013. “Further Examining the Buffering Effect of Self-Esteem and Mastery on Emotions.” (PDF), Current Research in Social Psychology. 21:42-51.
The University of Iowa-Current Research in Social Psychology
Harrod, Michael M. 2013. “Borland Amendments.” Pp. 109-110. In Encyclopedia of White-Collar and Corporate Crime, 2nd Ed. edited by Lawrence M Salinger and Geoffrey J. Golson. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.Harrod, Michael M. 2013. “Exploring Self-Attributions as Identity Feedback". National Social Science Journal 41:33-51.
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