University of Florida
Department of Sociology

SYP3510 - Deviance

SYP4520 - Criminology

SYA7933 - Sociology of Social Control

Marian J. Borg, PhD
Associate Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator
3364 Turlington Hall

Office hours, Fall 2013
Tuesdays: 11:45-1:45
Thursdays: 12:45-2:00
And by appointment

Marian J. Borg

Associate Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator
Sociology Ph.D., University of Virginia, 1994

Areas of Interest: Social Control and Deviance, Criminology

Marian J. Borg is Associate Professor of Sociology and Undergraduate Coordinator. Her research focuses on topics related to deviance, crime and social control with a particular focus on analyses of both legal and non-legal strategies of conflict management using both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. Dr. Borg's current research project examines the work of county court judges including their judicial philosophies, sentencing practices and identity work. She has lived in Gainesville since 1994 with her husband, Michael, a criminal defense attorney, their two daughters, Emma Rose and Claire, and their American bulldog/lab, Cody.


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