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Huey, Laura, Renée Mitchell, Hina Kalyal and Roger Pegram. 2021. Implementing Evidence-Based Research: A How-to Guide for Police Organizations. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.
This practical guide brings leading police and sociology experts together to demonstrate how police forces of all sizes can successfully embed evidence-based methods by using their strengths and limitations to their advantage. Drawing on experiences of policing in North America, it proposes new ways of strategizing and harnessing the talents of ‘change champions’.
Recent Refereed Research Articles
Ferguson, Lorna, Janne E. Gaub, and Laura Huey. 2021. "Exploring the Roles and Function of Police Search and Rescue Teams in Canadian Agencies." Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice paab030.
Malik, Aqdas, M. Laeeq Khan, and Anabel Quan-Haase. 2021. "Public Health Agencies Outreach through Instagram during COVID-19 Pandemic: Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication Perspective." International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction DOI: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2021.102346.
Malleson, Tom and David Calnitsky. 2021. "Which Way Forward for Economic Security: Basic Income or Public Services?." Basic Income Studies DOI: 10.1515/bis-2021-0005.
Hewitt, W. E. (Ted). 2021. "The Factors Affecting Competitiveness in University Ranking Exercises." Journal of International and Comparative Higher Education 13(2): 23-37.
Choi, Kate H., Patrick Denice, Michael Haan, and Anna Zajacova. 2021. "Studying the Social Determinants of COVID-19 in a Data Vacuum." Canadian Review of Sociology 2021; 1–19 DOI: 10.1111/cars.12336.
Lorusso, Jenna R., Chris Markham, and Janice M. Forsyth. 2021. "Indigenous Youth in Ontario School-Based Health and Physical Education Programs: A Scoping Review." PHEnex Journal 11(3).
Choi, Kate H. and Rachel E. Goldberg. 2021. "Multiracial Children's Experiences of Family Instability." Journal of Marriage and Family DOI: 10.1111/jomf.12763.
Koziarski, Jacek and Laura Huey. 2021. "#Defund or #Re-Fund? Re-examining Bayley’s blueprint for police reform." International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 45(3): 269-284.
Andersen, Robert, Joshua Curtis, and Robert Brym. 2021. "Public support for social security in 66 countries: Prosperity, inequality, and household income as interactive causes." The British Journal of Sociology 00: 1– 31.
Nair, Shiva Madhwan, Tina Luu Ly, Daniel Halstuch, Arnon Lavi, Yujiro Sano, Michael Haan, and Nicholas E. Power. 2021. "Correlation of Occupational Exposure and Risk of Genitourinary Malignancies: A Canadian Population Study." Medical & Surgical Urology 10(2): No. 242, 1-7.
Andersen, Robert, Anders Holm, James E. Côté. 2021. "The student mental health crisis: Assessing psychiatric and developmental explanatory models." Journal of Adolescence 86(2021): 101-114.
Quan-Haase, Anabel, Kaitlynn Mendes, Dennis Ho, Olivia Lake, Charlotte Nau, and Darryl Pieber. 2021. "Mapping #MeToo: A synthesis review of digital feminist research across social media platforms." New Media & Society January 2021. doi:10.1177/1461444820984457.
Gonalons-Pons, Pilar and David Calnitsky. 2021. "Exit, voice and loyalty in the family: findings from a basic income experiment." Socio-Economic Review mwaa050.
Lecoq, Garrett, Dale Ballucci, and Dale Spencer. 2021. "‘Keep Them on the Straight and Narrow’: Understanding, Selecting and Governing Subjects Through Intensive Supervision Units." The British Journal of Sociology 61(2): 538-557.
Denice, Patrick, Michael DeArmond, and Matthew Carr. 2021. "When schools open: Student mobility and racial sorting across new charter schools in Kansas City, Missouri." Journal of Urban Affairs DOI: 10.1080/07352166.2020.1770605.
Haan, Michael, Yoko Yoshida, Jonathan Amoyaw, and Natalie Iciaszczyk. 2021. "Becoming Permanent: The Transition Characteristics of Temporary Foreign Workers to Permanent Residents in Canada." International Migration 59: 8-24.
Denice, Patrick A. 2021. "Choosing and Changing Course: Postsecondary Students and the Process of Selecting a Major Field of Study." Sociological Perspectives 64(1): 82-108.
Wagner, Brandon G., Kate H. Choi, and Philip N. Cohen. 2020. "Decline in Marriage Associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States." Socius January 2020 DOI:10.1177/2378023120980328.
Jin, Hyeongsuk, Manon Langevin, André Lebel, and Michael Haan. 2020. "Factors associated with the completion of apprenticeship training in Canada." Insights on Canadian Society 2020001 article 8.
Zajacova, Anna, Anthony Jehn, Matthew Stackhouse, Kate H. Choi, Patrick Denice, Michael Haan, and Howard Ramos. 2020. "Mental health and economic concerns from March to May during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada: Insights from an analysis of repeated cross-sectional surveys." SSM - Population Health 12(December 2020): 100704.
Lavi, Arnon, Roderick Clark, Tina Luu Ly, Shiva M. Nair, Khalil Hetou, Michael Haan, and Nicholas E. Power. 2020. "Long-term Testis Cancer Survivors in Canada—Mortality Risks in a Large Population-based Cohort." European Urology Open Science 22(December 2020): 54-60.
Choi, Kate H., Sagi Ramaj, and Michael Haan. 2020. "Age of the oldest child and internal migration of immigrant families: A study using administrative data from immigrant landing and tax files." Population, Space and Place 2020: e2409.
Yoshida, Yoko and Jonathan Amoyaw. 2020. "Transition to Adulthood of Refugee and Immigrant Children in Canada." Applied Psycholinguistics 1-31. doi:10.1017/S0142716420000363.
Haan, Michael, Christopher Hewitt, and Georgina Chuatico. 2020. "By the Numbers: The Canadian Construction Industry." Labour & Industry DOI: 10.1080/10301763.2020.1819181.
Patterson, Sarah E., Rachel Margolis, and Ashton M. Verdery. 2020. "Family embeddedness and older adult mortality in the United States." Population Studies DOI: 10.1080/00324728.2020.1817529.
Ballucci, Dale, Mary Ann Campbell, and Carmen Gill. 2020. "Use of the ODARA by Police Officers for Intimate Partner Violence: Implications for Practice in the Field." Journal of Community Safety and Well-Being 5(3): 91-102.
Margolis, Rachel, Youjin Choi, Anders Holm, and Nirav Mehta. 2020. "The Effect of Expanded Parental Benefits on Union Dissolution." Journal of Marriage and Family 83(1): 191-208.
Choi, Kate H. and Rachel Goldberg. 2020. "The Social Significance of Interracial Cohabitation: Inferences Based on Fertility Behavior." Demography 57(5): 1727-1751.
Shuey, Kim M., Andrea E. Willson, and Travis Hackshaw. 2020. "Family Structure and Parents’ Health: Implications for the Reproduction of Health Inequality across Generations ." Journal of Family Issues DOI: 10.1177/0192513X20946350.
Denice, Patrick, Kate H. Choi, Michael Haan, and Anna Zajacova. 2020. "Visualizing the Geographic and Demographic Distribution of COVID-19." Socius DOI: 10.1177/2378023120948715.
Clark, Shelley, Rachel Margolis, Cassandra Cotton, and Hans-Peter Kohler. 2020. "The Psychological Benefits of Marriage and Children in Rural Malawi." Studies in Family Planning doi:10.1111/sifp.12133.
Hewitt, W. E. (Ted). 2020. "National interests and the impact of student mobility: the case of Canada and Brazil." Revista Brasileira de Politica Internacional 63(1):1-19.
Verdery, Ashton M., Emily Smith-Greenaway, Rachel Margolis, and Jonathan K. Daw. 2020. "Tracking the reach of COVID-19 kin loss with a bereavement multiplier applied to the United States." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Jul 2020, 202007476; DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2007476117.
Haan, Michael, Georgina Chuatico, and Jules Cornetet. 2020. "Aboriginal Earnings in Canada: The Importance of Gender, Education, and Industry." Canadian Ethnic Studies 52(2): 1-28.
Tajzler, C., S. Tanguay, R. Mallick, B. Ahrens, T. Luu Ly, R. H. Breau, N. S. Basappa, A. Kapoor, D. Y. C. Heng, F. Pouliot, A. Finelli, L. T. Lavall, A. I. So, D. E. Drachenberg, D. Souliè, G. A. Bjarnason, P. O. Richard, R. Maloni, N. E. Power, M. Haan, and L. A. Wood. 2020. "Determining generalizability of the Canadian Kidney Cancer information system (CKCis) to the entire Canadian kidney cancer population." Canadian Urological Association Journal 14(10): https://doi.org/10.5489/cuaj.6716.
Maehler, Débora B., Jessica Daikeler, Howard Ramos, Clara Husson, and Thuy an Nguyen. 2020. "The cultural identity of first-generation immigrant children and youth: Insights from a meta-analysis." Self and Identity DOI: 10.1080/15298868.2020.1765857.
Ballucci, Dale and Keyanna Drakes. 2020. "Beyond Convictions: Negotiating Procedural and Distributive Justice in Police Response to Sex Crimes Victim-Survivors." Victims & Offenders 16(1): 81-98.
Waite, Sean, Vesna Pajovic, and Nicole Denier. 2020. "Lesbian, gay and bisexual earnings in the Canadian labor market: New evidence from the Canadian Community Health Survey." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 67: 100484.
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