Luye Li, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Department of Sociology Anthropology Social Work and Criminal Justice
Arts and Sciences Hall
Luye Li is an Assistant Professor of Criminology at the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, Social Work, and Criminal Justice. Her research focuses on police legitimacy and procedural justice, intimate partner violence, and a comparison of criminal justice systems between China and the United States. Her recent publications appear in the Policing: An International Journal, Police Practice and Research, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Journal of Family Violence, and Journal of Asian Criminology. She is licensed with Machine Learning Certificate from Stanford University and was a data scientist in the Center for Drug and Health Study, University of Delaware, where she operated the Delaware School Survey and the Youth Risk Behavior Survey which were sponsored by the CDC. She received the 2020 Literati Award for Outstanding Reviewer from the Emerald Publishing company and currently serves on the Editorial Board of the journal, Policing: An International Journal.
- Ph.D. in Criminology--University of Delaware
- M.S. in Criminology--University of Pennsylvania
- Bachelor of Chinese Law--Xiamen University, China
- Bachelor of Economics-- Xiamen University, China
- CRIM 2616 Criminology
- CRIM 2614 Police
- CRIM 2619 Criminal Procedure
- CRIM 1200 Criminal Justice Complex
- Li, Luye, Sun, Ivan, Lin, Kai & Wang, Xiying. (2021). Tolerance for Domestic Violence: Do Legislation and Organizational Support Affect Police View on Family Violence? Policing Practice and Research.
- Wang, Xiying, Wu, Yuning, Li, Luye, & Xue, Jia. (2021). Police Officers’ Preferences for Gender-Based Responding Options to Handle Domestic Violence in China. Journal of Family Violence.
- Li, Luye, Sun, Ivan, & Button, Deeanna. (2020). Tolerance for Intimate Partner Violence: A Comparative Study of Chinese and American College Students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 35(21-22), 4533-4557.
- Yuning, Wu, Lin, Kai, Li, Luye, & Xiying, Wang. (2020). Organizational Support and Chinese Police Officers’ Attitudes toward Intervention into Domestic Violence. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management. 434(5), 769-784.
- Sun, Ivan, Wu, Yuning, & Li, Luye. (2019). Response to Criticism: Understanding the Conceptual and Measurement Models of Legitimacy. Asian Journal of Criminology, 14(4), 305-308.
- Sun, Ivan, Li, Luye, Wu, Yuning, & Hu, Rong. (2018). Police Legitimacy and Citizen Cooperation in China: Testing an Alternative Model. Asian Journal of Criminology, 13(4), 275-291.
- Brandie Pugh, Li, Luye, & Sun, Ivan., (2018). Perception of Why Battered Women Stay in Physically Abusive Relationships: A Comparative Study of Chinese and U.S. College Students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
2019-present: Contracted with the National Institute of Justice for a grant to access data, National Police Research Platform (NPRP)
2019-present: Information Communication Technologies and Attitudes toward Sexual Assault: An internet-based Survey of College Students in Canada, the United States, and China. University of Toronto, Canada; University of Delaware, Wayne State University, Illinois State University, University of Central Arkansas, California State University at Sacramento, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, U.S.A.
2019-present: Policing Domestic Violence in China (PDVC). Beijing Normal University, China; University of Toronto, Canada; University of Delaware, Wayne State University, California State University at Sacramento, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, U.S.A.
2015-2018: The Delaware School Survey (DSS), the Center for Drug and Health Study, University of Delaware
2015-2018: The Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), the Center for Drug and Health Study, University of Delaware
2013-2018: International Project of Attitudes toward Criminal Justice (IPACJ) between China and the United States, University of Delaware