Bora Lee, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor

Education: Ph.D. in Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University

Office: Brown Building Room 230
Phone: (585) 395-5496

Criminal Justice Department
SUNY Brockport
350 New Campus Dr.
Brockport, NY   14420

Courses Offered:

  • Criminology
  • Adjudication Process
  • Juvenile Process

Research Interests:

  • Developmental theory of delinquency and parenting
  • Victimology
  • Social disorganization theory
  • Immigration-crime nexus


Dr. Bora Lee completed her PhD in Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State University in Texas. Her main research interest is in juvenile justice, in particular, the reciprocal relationship between delinquent children and their parents based on developmental theory. Another area of interest is social disorganization theory and auto theft, factors that influence institutional misconduct in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and currently, adolescents’ repeat victimization.


Lee, B. & Jo, Y. (2017). Correlates of repeat victimization and sex differences in South Korean youth. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. DOI:10.1177/0886260517708760 

Jo, Y. & Lee, B. (2017). Correlates of diverse pathways in violent victimization in early adolescence. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice.48,80-89 

Lee, B., Lee, J., & Hoover, L. (2016). Neighborhood characteristics and auto theft: An analysis employing the social disorganization perspective. Security Journal. 29(3), 400-408. 

Last Updated 8/21/18

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