Monetta Bailey is an Associate Professor of Sociology in the Social Science Department at Ambrose University, Calgary, Alberta. Her research interests include the intersection of race, ethnicity and immigrant status with the criminal justice system at an institutional level. Having worked as an evaluator in the human services prior to her academic career, she brings a keen understanding of institutional analysis with respect to diversity. In particular, she applies a Critical Race Theory perspective to her work. She is the co-author of Millennial Mosaic: How pluralism and choice are shaping Canadian youth and the future of Canada.
Vol. 10 No. 3 (2021): International Journal for Crime Justice and Social Democracy