Diane Lynn Miller, Ph.D.
Title: Assistant Professor, Master of Social Work Program
Department: Social Work
Office: WH 385G
Phone Extension: x1069
Email Username: dmiller
S. D., Feitcher, S., Sheridan, D., & Miller,
D.L. (Forthcoming, April 2012) Social work educators’ attitudes towards gay
men and lesbians: A national assessment. Journal of Lesbian and Gay Social
- Miller, D. L. (2011). Being Called to Account:
Understanding Adolescents’ Narrative Identity Construction in Institutional
Contexts. Special issue on “Constructing
Identity in Social Work Setting.” Qualitative Social Work: Research and
Practice, 10(3), 311-328.
- Miller, D.
L. (2010). An Application of the
Theory of Planned Behavior to the Proximal and Distal Etiology of Sexual
Offending. Trauma, Violence and Abuse: A Review Journal, 11(3), 113-128.
- Miller, D. L. (invited, extended book review). (2008). Mudaly & Goddard’s The Truth is Longer than a Lie: Children’s Experiences of Abuse and Professional Interventions. Qualitative Social Work: Research and Practice, 7(1), in press.
- The ‘Abused-Abuser Hypothesis' in the Narrative Accounts of Young Women who have been Sexually Abusive. Ph.D. Dissertation (Social Work and Psychology), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2006.
- Goodkind, S. & Miller, D. L. (2006). A widening of the net of social control? ‘Gender-specific’ treatment approaches with young women in the U.S. Juvenile Justice system. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 17(1), 45-70.
- Burton, D. L.; Miller, D. L., & Shill, C. T. (2002). A social learning theory comparison of the sexual victimization of adolescent sexual offenders and non-sexual offending male delinquents. Child Abuse & Neglect, 26, 893-907.