Jacquelynn Doyon-Martin

Professor Martin

Associate Professor

B.A. Carthage College

M.A., Ph.D. Western Michigan University

Office: 273-C Devos

Phone: 616-331-7178

E-mail: martijd@gvsu.edu

Office Hours

Expertise

Critical Criminology; Environmental Crime & Justice; State & Corporate Crime; Juvenile Justice & Delinquency

About

Dr. Jacquelynn Doyon-Martin completed her undergraduate studies at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin, graduating with a B.A. in Criminal Justice, Sociology and Political Science. She earned both her M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology with emphasis in Criminology from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan and joined the School of Criminal Justice at GVSU in the fall of 2012.

Courses Taught

  • CJ 101 Justice and Society
  • CJ 201 Criminology
  • CJ 320 Crimes Against Women
  • CJ 350 Juvenile Justice Process
  • CJ 355 Youth Culture and Crime
  • CJ 360 Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program (this program brings SCJ "outside" students inside a local prison to have class with "inside" students in the facility).
  • CJ 370 Environmental Crime & Justice
  • CJ 400 Qualitative Methods
  • CJ 622 Advanced Juvenile Justice
  • CJ 360 Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program, this program brings SCJ students inside a local prison to have class with “inside” students in the facility.

Research Interests

Dr. Doyon-Martin’s research interests include a variety of social justice issues, focusing primarily on environmental crime and justice (green criminology) as well as state and corporate crime. Her most current research projects include such topics as environmental justice issues surrounding the Flint Water Crisis, failures of OSHA and corporations to ensure worker safety on the job, and social justice issues connected to the illegal transport and disposal of electronic waste.  

Recent Publications

  • Doyon-Martin, J. (2020). “The Flint water crisis: A case study of state-sponsored environmental (in)justice.” Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology (Brisman, A. & N. South, Eds.).
  • Gerkin, P. and Doyon-Martin, J. (2017). Maintaining the Failure of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration: State-Corporate Crime through Tolerance and Permission. State Crime Journal, 6 (2), 241 –264.
  • Walsh, J., Ziembo-Vogl, J. and Doyon-Martin, J. (2016). Framing Attica: Newsprint Media Construction of the 1971 Attica Prison Riot: Claims-makers, Frame Salience and the Cultural Geography of Readership. Misión Jurídica, 8 (10), 29 – 48.
  • Doyon-Martin-Martin, J.A. (2015). “Cybercrime in West Africa as a Result of Transboundary E-Waste.” Journal of Applied Security Research, 10 (2), 207-220.
  • Gerkin, P. & Doyon-Martin-Martin, J.A. (2015). “Asbestos: Not just an Exhibit at the Smithsonian,” Critical Criminology, 23 (2), 311-328.
  • Doyon-Martin, J.A. and Bradshaw, E. (2015). “Unfettered Fracking: A Critical Examination of Hydraulic Fracturing in the United States;” Chapter in the Routledge International Handbook of Crimes in the Powerful. Ed. Gregg Barak.
  • Doyon-Martin, J.A. (2015). “The International Impact of Electronic Waste.” Chapter in the Routledge International Handbook of Crimes in the Powerful. Ed. Gregg Barak.