Recent Publications (Past 5 Years)
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(2012) Invisible Victims: Homelessness and the Growing Security Gap University of Toronto Press.
(2011) Luis Fernandez, Laura Huey (eds.) Rethinking Policing and Justice: Exploring Alternatives to Law Enforcement Routledge.
(forthcoming) "#IS_Fangirl: Exploring a New Role for Women in Terrorism.” Journal of Terrorism Research (with Eric Witmer).
(forthcoming) "Digilantism: An Analysis of Crowdsourcing and the Boston Marathon Bombings." The British Journal of Criminology (with Johnny Nhan and Ryan Broll).
(forthcoming) "‘There Is No Strength in Emotions’: The Role of Street Enculturation in Influencing How Victimized Homeless Women Speak about Violence.” The Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
(forthcoming) "From Seeds to Orchards: Using Evidence-Based Policing to Address Canada’s Policing Research Needs.’” Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice (with Rose Ricciardelli).
(2015) “‘This Isn’t What I Signed Up For’: When Officer Role Expectations Conflict with the Realities of General Duty Work in Rural Communities” (with Rose Ricciardelli). International Journal of Police Science & Management, 17(3): 194-203.
(2015) "“This is Not Your Mother’s Terrorism: Social Media, Online Radicalization and the Practice of Political Jamming.” Journal of Terrorism Research, 6(2): 1-16.
(2015) "'Just Being Mean to Somebody Isn't a Police Matter': Police Perspectives on Policing Cyber-bullying" (with Ryan Broll) Journal of School Violence
(2014) "'They Just Asked Me Why I Became Homeless': 'Failure to Ask' as a Barrier to Homeless Women's Ability to Access Services Post-Victimization" (with Ryan Broll, Danielle Hryniewicz and Georgios Fthenos) Violence and Victims, 29(6).
(2014) "'I Don’t Find it Sexy at All': Criminal Investigators' Views of Media Glamorization of Police 'Dirty Work'" (with Ryan Broll)Policing & Society
(2014) "'I Had a Lot of Anger and That's What Kind of Led Me to Cutting Myself': Employing a Social Stress Framework to Explain Why Some Homeless Women Self-Injure" (with Danielle Hryniewicz and Georgios Fthenos) Health Sociology Review, 23(2).
(2013) "'If Something Happened, I Will Leave It, Let It Go and Move On': Resiliency and Victimized Homeless Women's Attitudes Toward Mental Health Counseling" (with Danielle Hryniewicz and Georgios Fthenos) The Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(2): 294-318.
(2013) "'Uppity Civilians' and 'Cyber Vigilantes': The Role of the General Public in Policing Cyber Crime" (with Johnny Nhan and Ryan Broll) Criminology and Criminal Justice, 13(1): 81-97.
(2012) "'I Need Help and I Know I Need Help. Why Won't Nobody Listen to Me?' Homeless Women’s Experiences with Accessing and Consuming Mental Health Services" (with Georgios Fthenos and Danielle Hryniewicz) Society & Mental Health 2(2): 120-134.
(2012) "'All It Takes Is One TV Show to Ruin It': A Police Perspective on Police-Media Relations in the Era of Expanding Prime Time Crime Markets" (with Ryan Broll) Policing & Society, 22(4): 394-396.
(2012) "'We Never Refer to Ourselves as a Lobby Group Because 'Lobby Group' Has a Different Connotation': Voluntary Police Associations and the Framing of their Interest Group Work" (with Danielle Hyrniewicz) Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 54(3): 287-308.
(2012) "The Review of Privacy Online – Three Questions" Surveillance & Society, 10(3/4).
(2012) "'Putting on Band-Aids': The Contradictory Roles and 'Small Wins' of Tempered Campus Radicals" (with Marni Westerman) Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 33(2)
(2011) "Crime Behind The Glass: Exploring the Sublime in Crime at the Vienna Kriminalmuseum" Theoretical Criminology.
(2011) "Alternatives to Policing: Issues of Justice through the Lens of Law Enforcement" (Guest Editor with Luis A. Fernandez) Contemporary Justice Review 14(1)
(2010) Bridging Divides in Canadian Criminology (Guest Editor with Paul-Philippe Paré) Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 52(3)
(2010) "Bridging Divides in Canadian Criminology: Some Thoughts on a Possible Future" Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 52(3): 237-241 (also published as "Réconcilier les divisions en criminologie canadienne: quelques idées pour le futur" Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 52(3): 243-248
(2010) "A Social Movement for Privacy/Against Surveillance? Some Difficulties in Engendering Mass Resistance in a Land of Twitter and Tweets" Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 42(3): 681-691
(2010) "'Any Girl Can Call the Cops, No Problem': The Influence of Gender on Support for the Decision to Report Criminal Victimization within Homeless Communities" (with Marianne Quirouette) The British Journal of Criminology 50(2): 278-295
(2010) "'I’ve Seen This on CSI': Criminal Investigators and the Management of Public Expectations in the Field" Crime, Media, Culture 6(1)
(2010) "'Folks Should Have Access … How You Do it is the Difficult Thing': Exploring the Importance of Leadership to Maintaining Community Policing Programs for the Homeless" (with Marianne Quirouette) Policing & Society.
(2010) "False Security or Greater Social Inclusion? Exploring Perceptions of CCTV Use in Public and Private Spaces Accessed by the Homeless" The British Journal of Sociology 61(1): 68-86.
Chapters in Books
(2015) "The Gray Cygnet Problem in Terrorism Research” (with Joseph Varanese and Ryan Broll) in M. Bouchard (ed.) Radical and Connected: Social Networks, Terrorism, and Counter-Terrorism. London: Routledge. Pp. 34-47.
(2014) "Understanding Critical Criminology" in N. Boyd (ed.) Understanding Crime in Canada: An Introduction to Criminology Edmonton, AB.: Edmond Montgomery Publications.
(2012) "'We Don’t Have These Laser Beams and Stuff Like That': Police Investigations as Low-tech Work in a High-tech World" (with Johnny Nhan) in Stéphane Leman-Langlois (ed.) Technocrime: Policing and Surveillance London: Routledge. Pp. 79-90.
(2011) "Anti-surveillance Activists v. The Dancing Heads of Terrorism: The Role of Signal Crimes, Symbolic Politics and Sound Bites in the Marketing of CCTV Schemes," in Aaron Doyle, Randy Lippert and David Lyon (eds.) Eyes Everywhere: The Global Growth of Camera Surveillance. London: Routledge.
(2011) "The Commodification of Canadian Criminology: What Does the Proliferation of Applied Criminology Programs Mean for the Discipline's Future?" in Aaron Doyle and Dawn Moore (eds) Critical Criminology in Canada: New Voices, New Directions. University of British Columbia Press. pp. 75-98.
Working papers/technical reports
(2015) "No Sandwiches Here: Representations of Women in Dabiq and Inspire Magazines.” TSAS working papers series.http://library.tsas.ca/tsas-working-papers
(2015) "‘Questions about Dawlah. DM me, plz.’ The Sock Puppet Problem in Online Terrorism Research” (with Hina Kalyal) http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/sociologypub/33/
(2014) "The Expert Panel on the Future of Canadian Policing Models (Beare, Dupont, Duxbury, Huey, et al.). 2014. Policing Canada in the 21st Century: New Policing for New Challenges. Ottawa, Ont. Council of Canadian Academies.
(2012) "Examination of the Current Normative Discourse on the Balance Between Privacy and Security in Cyberspace" (with Danielle Hryniewicz) for Public Safety Canada.