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Fear of terrorism: Media exposure and subjective fear of attack
H Williamson, S Fay, T Miles-Johnson
Global Crime 20 (1), 1-25, 2019
472019
Perceptions of police legitimacy and citizen decisions to report hate crime incidents in Australia
S Wiedlitzka, L Mazerolle, S Fay-Ramirez, T Miles-Johnson
International journal for crime, justice and social democracy 7 (2), 91-106, 2018
412018
Therapeutic jurisprudence in practice: Changes in family treatment court norms over time
S Fay‐Ramirez
Law & Social Inquiry 40 (1), 205-236, 2015
382015
Assessing the effect of the Queensland “Summer of Disasters” on perceptions of collective efficacy
S Fay-Ramirez, E Antrobus, AR Piquero
Social science research 54, 21-35, 2015
302015
The comparative context of collective efficacy: Understanding neighbourhood disorganisation and willingness to intervene in Seattle and Brisbane
S Fay-Ramirez
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 48 (4), 513-542, 2015
172015
Living in Queensland: Preparing for and communicating in disasters and emergencies
S Ramirez, E Antrobus, H Williamson
Australian Journal of Communication 40 (1), 1-21, 2013
152013
Policing minority communities: How perception of engagement and level of “awareness” influence officer attitudes toward practice
T Miles-Johnson, S Fay, S Wiedlitzka
Social Sciences 10 (2), 70, 2021
142021
PROTOCOL: Family treatment drug courts for improving parental legal and psychosocial outcomes
S Fay, E Eggins
Campbell Systematic Reviews 15 (1-2), 2019
72019
“Being Diverse and Being Included, Don’t Go Together in Policing”—Diversity, Inclusion, and Australian Constables
T Miles-Johnson, S Fay
Societies 12 (4), 100, 2022
62022
The neighborhood context of perceived and reported anti-white hate crimes
K Drakulich, S Fay-Ramirez, K Benier
Race and Justice 12 (1), 3-27, 2022
62022
Therapeutic practice through restorative justice: Managing stigma in family treatment court
S Fay-Ramirez
QUT L. Rev. 16, 50, 2016
62016
(Mis) perceptions of ethnic group size and consequences for community expectations and cooperation with law enforcement
T Miles-Johnson, S Fay-Ramirez, S Wiedlitzka
Race and Justice 8 (2), 99-125, 2018
52018
Success and failure in education and criminal justice: Identifying common mechanisms
S Ramirez, A Harris
Elsevier; Academic Press, 2010
52010
Gun dealer motivations for complying with the law: lessons from the Australian experience of gun control
S Fay
Sociological perspectives 65 (1), 154-176, 2022
32022
Perceptions of “others,” risk, and counter terrorism-related informal social control
S Fay, R Crutchfield
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 52 (3), 315-333, 2019
32019
Ethnicity, Immigration, and the Experience of Incarceration
K Benier, S Fay‐Ramirez
The Handbook of Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice, 371-391, 2018
22018
Race and ethnicity in social disorganization theory
A Fernandes, S Ramirez, RD Crutchfield
Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice, 4237-4245, 2014
22014
Using census data and surveys to study labor markets and crime
R Crutchfield, S Ramirez
The SAGE handbook of criminological research methods. London: SAGE, 143-158, 2012
22012
Immigration, Collective Efficacy, and Neighborhood Participation: Exploring the Limits of Social Control in Seattle and Brisbane
SR Ramirez
University of Washington, 2011
22011
Recruitment, deployment, promotion, and attrition of female officers: The impact on staffing and perceptions of police practice
T Miles-Johnson, S Fay
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 17, paad060, 2023
12023
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