Dr. Stan C. Weeber is Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at McNeese State University. He earned his doctorate from the University of North Texas. His books include Political Crime in the United States (1978), Lee Harvey Oswald (2003), and Militias in the New Millennium (2004). Dr. Weeber’s sociological work has appeared in The Sociological Quarterly, International Review of Modern Sociology, International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, and the Journal of Applied Sociology, among others.
2003 0-7734-6829-3 A synthesis of an array of information regarding the Kennedy assassination and the subsequent investigations. It offers a biographical analysis of Lee Harvey Oswald, documenting Oswald's troubled childhood, dysfunctional family roots, and his involvement in radical activism.
2007 0-7734-5287-7 Explores the structural, interactional and historical origins of antisystemic violence, that is violence in response to relatively stable sets of social relations and/or bureaucratized state structures, in today’s world. The study’s focus is primarily on militia groups in the Americas and Central Asia.
2006 0-7734-5884-0 Sociology has split into two groups, an elite core of departments and a considerably larger “mass” of departments, consisting of the sociology “teaching schools” in the lower tier of the ranking system. Relatively little has been written about these lower-ranked teaching institutions. Accordingly, this book is a snapshot and analysis of the field of sociology “from below,” or “from the ground up,” and shows how professional sociology is accomplished at some of the teaching institutions.