Certified MAXQDA Trainer:
Michael C Gizzi
|Location||Normal, Illinois, USA|
|Radius||USA, Canada, Europe, Israel|
Content analysis, legal research, mixed-methods, qualitative research, interview analysis
Consulting for socio-legal research, individual classes
I hold a PhD in Political science, and have done research on constitutional law, judicial impact, and criminal justice. I have extensive experience with elite interviewing in public policy and conflict resolution. I am a former director of the Center for Technology and Learning at Mesa State College, Colorado, and am currently professor of criminal justice at Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois. My current research with MAXQDA involves a study of police misconduct in Chicago to identify networks of corrupt officers; a project exploring the development of business strategy with quarterly reports, and a new project studying the leadership and rhetoric of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo during a time of pandemic.
“Recommendations for Usage of Field Portable MS Systems in Law Enforcement from a Criminal Justice Policy Perspective,” National Institute of Justice, Award 2015-IJ-CX-K011”. Dec. 2017.
“The Reliability of Narcotics Dog Sniffs After Florida v Harris,” forthcoming.
“Pretextual Stops, Vehicle Searches, and Crime Control: An Evaluation of Strategies Used on the Frontline of the War on Drugs, Criminal Justice Studies : A Critical Journal of Law and Society, 24 (2), 139-152. (2011).