Biography: Megan earned her undergraduate degrees in Criminal Justice and Political Science, as well as her Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Master of Science in Criminal Justice degrees from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She began the PhD program at UCR in Fall 2016, where she specializes in Criminology and Gender. Megan’s areas of research interest include drug use and stigma, drug use and identity, social constructionism, drugs and moral panics, and qualitative methods.
Nieri, T., Ayon, C., Yoo, M., & Webb, M. “Perceived ethnic discrimination, ethnic-racial socialization, and substance use among ethnic minority adolescents.” Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse. Accepted in December 2019.
Beaton, B., Copes, H. , Webb, M., Hochstetler, A., & Hendricks, P. 2019. “Accounting for microdosing classic psychedelics.” Journal of Drug Issues 1-12.
Webb, M., Copes, H., & Hendricks, P. 2019. “Narrative identity, rationality, and microdosing classic psychedelics.” International Journal of Drug Policy 70: 33-39.
Webb, M., & Griffin, H. 2019. “A mild panic? Media accounts of kratom.” Deviant Behavior 1-10.
Griffin, H. & Webb, M. 2018. “The scheduling of kratom and selective use of data.” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 50(2): 114-120.
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