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  • Name :

    Doris C. Chu

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    R514, Bldg. 1, College of Education

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    Wed. 12:10~14:00

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Juvenile Delinquency


Comparative Criminal Justice


Substance Abuse Treatment


Ph.D. in Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Albany, USA.








  • Academic Awards
  1. 2013 Richard J. Terrill Paper of the Year Award, for the article titled “The role of the state on cross-national homicide rates,” which was published in the International Criminal Justice Review in 2013, 23, (3), 252-279 (Co-authored with Rollin Tusalem).
  2. 2011 Faculty Achievement Award for Scholarship, Arkansas State University 
  • Undergraduate Program
    Behavioral Statistics and Computer Appliance(I)(II)
    Criminological Theories and Application
  • Master Program
    Gender and Criminal Justice
    Seminar in Policing
    Seminar on Community Interventions
  • Ph. D. Program
    Seminar on Criminological Theory
    Advanced Methods and Statistics
    Gender and Criminal Justice
    Seminar on Community Interventions
  1. 陳義峰, 朱群芳, 邵文明, 林炎巨, 賴祿元, & 梁智先 (2018)。中輟行為、知覺風險及休閒活動對犯罪少年施用毒品影響之探討。藥物濫用防治, 3(1), 1-20.
  2. Chu, Doris (2018). Officers’ views on women in policing: A comparison of male and female police officers in the United Arab Emirates and Taiwan. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management. PIJPSM-12-2016-0174. 【SSCI】
  3. Chu, Doris (2018). Employment motivation and job-related satisfaction: A comparison of policewomen’s perceptions in Dubai and Taipei. Policing & Society28(8), 915-929. 【SSCI】
  4. Chu, Doris and John H. Song. (2015). “A comparison of Chinese immigrants’ perceptions of the police in New York City and Toronto”. Crime and Delinquency, 61(3), 402-427. 【SSCI】
  5. Chu, Doris and Hung E. Sung. (2014). “Professional confidence and job satisfaction: An examination of counselors’ perceptions in faith-based and non-faith-based drug treatment programs”. International Journal of OffenderTherapy and Comparative Criminology58(8), 975-992.【SSCI】
  6. Chu, Doris and Charlie C. Tsao. (2014). Attitudes toward women in policing: An empirical inquiry into the gender views of police cadets in Taiwan. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 37, (2), 324-339. 【SSCI】
  7. Chu, Doris and Mohammed Murad Abdulla. (2014). Self-efficacy beliefs and preferred gender role in policing: An examination of policewomen’s perceptions in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates. British Journal of Criminology,54, (3), 449-468. 【SSCI】[阿拉伯聯合大公國國民日報專文報導該篇論著, 2014/04/10.(]
  8. Chu, Doris and Hung E. Sung. (2014). “Causation of drug abuse and treatment strategy: A comparison of counselors’perceptions between religion-based and secular drug treatment programs”. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology58, (4), 496-515. 【SSCI】
  9. Chu, Doris and Ivan Y. Sun. (2014). “Reactive v. proactive attitudes toward domestic violence: A comparison ofTaiwanese male and female police officers” Crime and Delinquency, 60 (2), 216-237. 【SSCI】
  10. Chu, Doris and Rollin Tusalem (2013). “The role of the state on cross-national homicide rates” International Criminal Justice Review23, (3), 252-279. [獲頒該期刊2013年Richard J. Terrill最佳研究著作獎]
  11. Sung, Hung-En and Doris Chu (2013). “The varieties of religious experience and the retention of clients in faith-based residential drug abuse treatment” Substance Use & Misuse, 48, 1-14. 【SSCI】
  12. Sung, Hung-En, Doris Chu, and Gail Hsiao. (2013). “A cox proportional-hazards regression analysis of gender differences in treatment retention among clients in a faith-based residential drug treatment program in Taiwan” International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice37, (2), 99-117.
  13. Chu, Doris (2013). “Gender integration in policing: A comparison of male and female police officers’ perceptions inTaiwan” International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice37, (2), 143-157.
  14. Chu, Doris (2012). “The links between religiosity, childhood sexual abuse, and subsequent marijuana use: An empirical inquiry of a sample of female college students” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 56, (6), 937-954. 【SSCI】
  15. Chu, Doris, Hung-En Sungand Gail Y. Hsiao. (2012). “Religious conversion and treatment outcomes: An examination of clients in a faith-based residential substance treatment program” Journal of Drug Issues, 42 (2), 197-209. 【SSCI】
  16. Sung, Hung-En and Doris Chu. (2011). “The impact of substance abuse treatment on legitimate employment and income among probationers and parolees” Substance Use & Misuse, 46, 1523-1535. 【SSCI】
  17. Sun, Ivan Y., Doris Chu, and Hung E. Sung. (2011). “A cross-national analysis of the mediating effect of economicdeprivation on crime” Asian Journal of Criminology, 6, 15-32.【SSCI】
  18. Gingerich, Terry, Doris Chu, and Charles Chang. (2011). “Public perceptions of police performance in Taiwan: Ahistorical review (1945-2009)” Asian Politics & Policy, 3, (1), 49-68.
  19. Chu, Doris and Linda Hung. (2010). “Chinese immigrants’ attitudes toward the police in San Francisco” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 33, (4), 621-643. 【SSCI】
  20. Sun, Ivan Y. and Doris Chu. (2010). “Who is better for handling domestic violence? A comparison between Taiwanesefemale and male officers” Journal of Criminal Justice, 38, 453-459. 【SSCI】
  21. Chu, Doris and Hung-En Sung. (2009). “Racial differences in desistance from substance abuse: The impact of religious involvement on recovery” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology53 (6), 696-716. 【SSCI】
  22. Sun, Ivan Y. and Doris Chu. (2009). “Rural v. urban Policing: A study of Taiwanese officers' occupational attitudes” The Police Journal82, 222-246.
  23. Sung, Hung-En, Doris Chu, Linda Richter, and Amy Shlosberg (2009). “Treatment philosophy and service delivery ina network of faith-based substance abuse treatment” Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporart Social Services,90 (4), 390-398. 【SSCI】
  24. Sun, Ivan Y. and Doris Chu. (2008). “Gender difference in policing: An analysis of Taiwanese police’s attitudes”Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, 9 (5), 431-443.
  25. Chu, Doris and John H. Song. (2008). “Chinese immigrants’ perceptions of the police in Toronto, Canada” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 31 (4), 610-630. 【SSCI】
  26. Sun, Ivan Y. and Doris Chu. (2008). “A cross-national analysis of women police’s attitudes” International Criminal Justice Review, 18 (1), 5-23.
  27. Brewer, Loretta and Doris Chu (2008). “Caregivers at risk: The implications of health disparities” Journal of Loss &Trauma: International Perspectives on Stress and Coping, 13 (2&3), 205-221. 【SSCI】
  28. Sun, Ivan Y. and Doris Chu. (2008). “A comparison of occupational attitudes between Taiwanese and American policeofficers” International Journal of Police Sciences and Management, 10, 36-50.
  29. Chu, Doris (2007). “Religiosity and desistance from drug use.” Criminal Justice and Behavior34661-679. 【SSCI】
  30. Chu, Doris and Ivan Y. Sun (2007). “A comparison of attitudinal differences between Taiwanese and American policesupervisors” Police Quarterly, 10 (1), 63-86. 【SSCI】
  31. Sun, Ivan Y., Hung E. Sung, and Doris Chu (2007). “Collateral gains from the military? A cross-national analysis ofthe armed forces-crime relationship” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology51(5), 599-614. 【SSCI】
  32. Chu, Doris and Ivan Sun (2006). “Female officers’ job related attitudes: A comparative perspective of Taiwan and theUnited States” Women and Criminal Justice, 18 (1/2), 107-130.
  33. Gingerich, Terry and Doris Chu (2006). “A comparative perspective of community policing in Taiwan and Washington State” Asian Journal of Criminology, 1(2), 119-135.【SSCI】
  34. Sun, Ivan Y. and Doris Chu (2006). “Attitudinal differences between Taiwanese and American police officers” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management29(2), 190-210. 【SSCI】
  35. Chu, Doris, John H. Song, and John Dombrink (2005). “Chinese immigrants’ perceptions of the poli in New York City” International Criminal Justice Review15(2), 101-114.
  36. Sung, Hung-En and Doris Chu (2003). “Does participation in the global economy reduce political corruption? An empirical inquiry” International Journal of Comparative Criminology, 3(2), 94-118.
  • Domestic Conferences
  1. 朱群芳、廖永云、林瑄凡、林季誼 (2018)。正向心理學與幸福感:對警專受訓學員之實證研究。「第一屆清華心理論壇暨華人心理學前瞻發展學術研討會」, May 4, 2018, Hsin Chu, Taiwan.
  2. 朱群芳 (2017) 。毒品防治與成功個案分析。「全國反毒反詐騙策略論壇」, May 26, 2017, Taipei, Taiwan.
  3. 朱群芳 (2017) 。 毒癮者的蛻變之旅。「海峽兩岸毒品與犯罪防治論壇」, May 31, 2017, Chia Yi, Taiwan.
  4. 朱群芳、賴苓蕙、巫梓豪、李潼蕙 (2017)。自我效能、同儕支持與治療同盟對毒癮戒治處遇正向結果影響程度之探討。犯罪防治學術研討會 (May 15, 2017):刑事政策回顧與前瞻論文集。(頁267-293)。桃園市:中央警察大學。
  5. 朱群芳(2014)。警專正期班與特考班學生對於性別平權及警察職涯觀點之比較。犯罪問題與對策學術研討會, December 21, 2014, Chia Yi, Taiwan.


  • Interational Conferences
  1. Chu, Doris and Yu-Shu Chen (2018). Pathways to offending among female inmates: The associations between victimization, self-control, and offending. Presented at the 16th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology 2018, Hong Kong, China.
  2. Chen, Yu-Shu & Doris Chu (2018). Childhood victimization, prostitution, and crime victimization. Presented at the 16th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology, 2018, Hong Kong, China.
  3. Chu, Doris (2017). Positive thinking, coping skills, and well-being: An empirical study of future police recruits. Presented at the 30th annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Canberra, Australia.
  4. Chu, Doris (2017). Drug onset, relapse, and staying drug free: Perspectives of counselors and ex-drug users. Presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting of Asian Association for Substance Abuse Research, Kunming, China.
  5. Chu, Doris (2017). Pathways to desistance: Ex-addicts’ narratives of their journeys of getting straight. Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South: An International Conference, Cairns, Australia.
  6. Cretacci, Michael and Doris Chu (2017). Attitudes toward crime and justice in Asia and the global south. Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South: An International Conference, Cairns, Australia.
  7. Hill, Gretchen, Mary Donaghy, and Doris Chu (2017). Students’ attitudes toward gender of police responders. Presented at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Milwaukee. 
  8. Chu, Doris (2016). Motivation and readiness to change: A comparison of clients in religion-based and prison-based drug treatment programs in Taiwan. Presented at the 29th annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Hobart, Australia.
  9. Chu, Doris, Tzu-Hao Wu, Ling-Hui Lai, and Chia Fen Su (2016). Motivation, self-efficacy, and treatment engagement of clients in the prison-based program in Taiwan. Presented at the 2016 International Conference on Cooperation in Substance Abuse Research and Anti-drug Practices in Asia, Nov 11, 2016, Chia-Yi, Taiwan..
  10. Chu, Doris (2016). A comparison of counselors’ perceptions of treatment philosophy of religion-based and non-religion-based substance treatment programs in Taiwan and the United States. Presented at the 31st International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  11. Chu, Doris (2016). Factors explaining Taiwan’s crime rate trends from 1991 to 2013. Presented at the 8th annual meeting of the Asian Criminological Society, Beijing, China.
  12. Chu, Doris (2015). Treatment philosophies and clinical practices: A comparison of counselors’perceptions of religion-based and prison-based treatment programs in Taiwan. Presented at the 28th annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Adelaide, Australia.
  13. Chu, Doris (2015). Officers’ views on women in policing: A comparison of male and female police officers in the United Arab Emirates and Taiwan. Presented at the annual meeting of the Asian Association of Police Studies, Hangzhou, China.
  14. Juan, Mei-Chin, Doris Chu, Sue-Ming yang, and Tzu-Hao Wu (2015). “Mechanisms of social control in a relational society: An examination of the effects of social ties and collective efficacy on fear ofcrime and perceptions of disorders in Taiwan. Presented at the 7th annual meeting of the AsianCriminological Society, Hong Kong, China.
  15. Lu, Chia-Feng, Huei-Chen Ko, Chung-Ping Cheng, Jo Yung-Wei Wu, and Doris Chu (2015). Explaining needling sharing behaviors of male heroine abusers: A revised attitude-social-self-influence model. Presented at the 7th annual meeting of the Asian Criminological Society, Hong Kong, China.
  16. Chu, Doris (2014). Employment motivation, career aspirations, and gender role orientations: A comparison of women police’s perceptions in Dubai and Taipei. Presented at the annual meeting of the Asian Association of Police Studies, Tokyo, Japan.
  17. Chu, Doris, Bill Hebenton, and Albert Toh (2014). Female offending and the gender gap: Evidence from international data sources. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco.
  18. Chu, Doris (2013). Self-efficacy beliefs and job satisfaction: An examination of Emirati policewomen.Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta.
  19. Hill, Gretchen, Doris Chu, and Mary Donaghy (2013). Feminism and women in police work: An examination of southern college students’ perceptions. Presented at the annual meeting of theAmerican Society of Criminology, Atlanta.
  20. Chu, Doris (2013). Perceptions of gender role and police work: A comparison of women police’s views in Taiwan and the United Arab Emirates. Presented at the annual meeting of the Asian Association of Police Studies, Taipei, Taiwan.
  21. Gingerich, Terry and Doris Chu (2013). Gender integration in policing: A comparison of male police recruits’ receptiveness in Taiwan and the United States. Presented at the annual meeting of theAsian Association of Police Studies, Taipei, Taiwan.
  22. Chu, Doris (2012). Women in police roles: An examination of policewomen’s perceptions of their work in Dubai. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago.
  23. Donaghy, Mary and Doris Chu (2012). Perceived image, role orientations and job satisfaction: An examination of police officers in a metropolitan police department on the west coast. Presented atthe annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago.
  24. Chu, Doris (2012). Chinese community’s perceptions of the police in Los Angeles. Presented at the annual meeting of the Asian Association of Police Studies, Shenyang, China.
  25. Chu, Doris and Rollin Tusalem (2011). State policy on capital punishment and global homicide rates. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Washington DC.
  26. Donaghy, Mary and Doris Chu (2011). Police officers’ perceptions of drop-in centers in a metropolitan Chinese community. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology,Washington DC.
  27. Chu, Doris and Hung E. Sung (2011). A comparison of counselors’ perceptions between religion-based and secular treatment programs. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of CriminalJustice Sciences, Toronto.
  28. Chu, Doris, Mary Donaghy, and Linda Hung (2010). Predictors of perceived police misconduct: An examination of attitudes toward police among Chinese immigrants in San Francisco. Presented atthe annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco.
  29. Chu, Doris (2010). The links between religion, childhood sexual victimization, and subsequent substance abuse. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego.
  30. Gingerich, Terry, Doris Chu, and Charles Chang (2010). Public perceptions of Taiwan’s National Police Agency: A historical review 1945-2009. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy ofCriminal Justice Sciences, San Diego.
  31. Chu, Doris and Charles Chang (2009). A comparison of recent crime trends among China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao. Presented at the 4th annual meeting on Police Studies among China,Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao, December 15, 2009, Taipei, Taiwan
  32. Chu, Doris and Linda Hung (2009). Chinese immigrants’ perceptions of the police in the city of San Francisco. Presented at the annual meeting of the Asian Association of Police Studies, June 2, 2009,Taipei, Taiwan.
  33. Sung, Hung E., Doris Chu, and Gail Y. Hsiao (2009). Religious conversion and treatment retention in a faith-based residential recovery program in Taiwan. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston.
  34. Chu, Doris and Gretchen Hill (2008). Religiosity, family cohesiveness, and domestic violence.Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Saint Louis.
  35. Chu, Doris and Charles Chang (2008). The implementation of ISO 9001:2000 in Taiwan policing: Police officers’ receptiveness and evaluations of ISO. Presented at the annual meeting of the Asian Association of Police Studies, Lafayette, Louisiana.
  36. Chu, Doris, Hung E. Sung, and Harold, Wenglinsky (2008). Academicians and practitioners on the subject of “religion and substance abuse treatment”: A dialogue. Presented at the Annual Meeting ofthe Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati.  


  • Academic book
  1. Chu, Doris (Ed.) (2010). Crime and Punishment Around the World, Vol.3. Asia/Pacific.Gen. Ed. Graeme R. Newman. 4 vols. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO (ISBN: 978-0-313-35133-4). 365 pages.
  2. Chu, Doris (2008). Religiosity as Social Capital: An Explanation of Desistance from Crime. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller (ISBN: 978-3-639-07529-8). 236 pages.


  • Book Chapters
  1. 朱群芳 (2016)。修復式司法在家庭暴力案件的應用:以西歐國家為例。刑事政策與犯罪研究論文(19)。(頁183-200)。台北市:法務部司法官學院。
  2. 朱群芳 (2015)幫助更生人找到回家的道路─中途之家的功能及未來發展。更生保護70週年論文集。(頁257-270)。台北市:財團法人台灣更生保護會。
  3. Chu, Doris. (2013). Introduction: Crime and criminal justice issues in Taiwan, International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 37, (2), 75-78. 
  4. Chu, Doris (2011). “Broken windows theory of crime” In G. Ritzer & M. Ryan (ed.), The Concise Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
  5. Chu, Doris (2010). “Introduction” in Doris Chu (Ed). Crime and Punishment Around the World, Vol.3. Asia/Pacific(xxxiii-xxxvi). Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.
  6. Lee, Chia-Wen, Charles Chang, and Doris Chu. (2010). “Taiwan” in Doris Chu (Ed).Crime and Punishment Around the World, Vol.3. Asia/Pacific(pp. 222-232). Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.
  7. Sung, Hung-En & Doris Chu. (2008). Does participation in the world economy reduce political corruption? An empirical inquiry. In J. Winterdyck, P. Reichel, & H. R. Dammer (eds.), A Guided Reader to Research in Comparative Criminology and Criminal justice (pp. 235-260). Bochum, Germany: Universitätsverlag Brockmeyer.
  8. Chu, Doris (2007). Entry: “Broken windows theory of crime” in the Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, In G. Ritzer (ed.), (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing), p825-826.


  • Book Review
  1. Chu, Doris (2015). Book review of Police Officer Stress Awareness and Management: A Handbook for Practitioners by Robert J. Daniello. Lanham, USA: Hamilton Books. In Police Practice and Research, 16, (5), 446-447.
  2. Chu, Doris (2008). Book review of My Brother’s Keeper: Faith-Based Units in Prisons by Jonathan Burnside, Nancy Loucks, Joanna R. Adler, and Gerry Rose. Cullompton, Devon, UK: Willan Publishing, 2006. In International Criminal Justice Review, 18, (2), 233-235.


  • Journal Editor
  1. 國立台北大學犯罪學研究所「犯罪與刑事司法研究」第二十五期主編。出刊月份:105 年7月。
  2. 國立台北大學犯罪學研究所「犯罪與刑事司法研究」第二十四期主編。出刊月份:104年12月。
  3. Chu, Doris (Ed.) (2013). Special Issue: “Crime and criminal justice in Taiwan,” International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 37, (2).
  • Technical Report
  1. Sung, Hung-En and Doris Chu (2008). The assemblies of God and substance abuse: The Teen Challenge program. Final report submitted to the Louisville Institute. New York: The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University


  • Projects
  1. “Building a better future for substance abusers: A pilot study of a positive psychology intervention”Research Grant; Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan. Role: Principal Investigator. Awarded July 2018. (MOST 107-2410-H-194-067-SSS; 2018/8/1 -2019/7/31)
  2. “Enhancing the well-being and psychological competency of future police recruits: A pilot study”Research Grant; Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan. Role: Principal Investigator. Awarded June 2017. (MOST 106-2410-H-194-066-SSS; 2017/8/1 -2018/7/31)
  3. “Effectiveness of treatment outcome: A comparison of religion-based and prison-based treatment programs in Taiwan” Research Grant; Ministry of Technology, Taiwan. Role: Principal Investigator. Awarded June 2015. (MOST104-01400; 105-00074; 2015/08/01-2017/7/31)
  4. “Exploring the mechanisms of social control in a relational society: A comparison of the explanatory effects of social ties and collective efficacy in Taiwan” Research Grant; Ministry of Technology, Taiwan. Role: Principal Investigator. Awarded October 2014. (MOST102-2410-H-194-050-SS2; 2014/10/16-2015/7/31)
  5. “Chinese immigrants’ perceptions of the police in Los Angeles” ; Faculty Research Grant, Arkansas State University. Role: Principal Investigator. Awarded on March 18, 2011.
  6. “Women police in a fast growing city-Dubai”; Middle East Studies Grant, Arkansas State University. Role: Principal Investigator. Awarded on February 1, 2011. 
  7. “A Comparison of counselors’ perceptions between religious-based and secular drug treatment programs”; Eleanor Lane International Travel Fund, Arkansas State University. Role: Principal Investigator. Awarded in November 11, 2010.
  8. “Chinese communities and their police in San Francisco”; Faculty Research Grant, Arkansas State University. Role: Principal Investigator. Awarded in March 2007.
  9. “Female officers’ job related attitudes -A comparative perspective of Taiwan and the United States”; Eleanor Lane International Travel Fund (with matched fund), Arkansas State University. Role: Principal Investigator. Awarded in September 2005.
  10. “Charismatic evangelicals’ war on drugs: The case of the assemblies of God”; (#2005012, Hung-En Sung, Principal Investigator); Funded by the Louisville Institute. Role: Co-Principal Investigator. Awarded in May 2005.
  11. “Chinese immigrants’ perception toward the police in New York City”; Faculty Research Grant, Arkansas State University. Role: Principal Investigator. Awarded in July 2004.