Bora Lee, Ph.D

Associate Professor
(585) 395-5496
blee@brockport.edu
Office: Brown Building 230

Education

  • PhD, Sam Houston State University, 2014 – Criminal Justice
  • M.A., John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 2009 – Criminal Justice
  • B.A., Hansei University, 2005 – Police Administration

Areas of Specialty

  • Criminology
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Parenting styles

Courses Taught

  • American Court System/ Adjudication Process
  • Comparative Criminal Justice System
  • Criminal Justice and Social Diversity
  • Criminology
  • Family Violence
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice: online and offline
  • Introduction to Research Methods: online and offline
  • Issues in Diversity (Hate Crime) Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice System/ Juvenile Process
  • Violent Offenders
  • White Collar Crime

Current Projects

  • Lee, B., Gerber, J., & Cochran, J. (2020). Parenting Styles and Children’s Delinquency Reconsidered: An Empirical Assessment. Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 71(2), 33-59.
  • Lee, B., & Cochran, J. “The influence of perceived parenting styles on Korean children’s delinquent behaviors when accounting for gender differences.”