Maya Barak
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Attitudes among Occupy DC participants about the use of violence against police
ER Maguire, M Barak, K Cross, K Lugo
Policing and society 28 (5), 526-540, 2018
Attitudes towards the use of violence against police among Occupy Wall Street protesters
E Maguire, M Barak, W Wells, C Katz
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 2018
Death row confinement and the meaning of last words
R Johnson, LC Kanewske, M Barak
Laws 3 (1), 141-152, 2014
The effects of procedural injustice on the use of violence against police by Occupy Wall Street protesters
DH Tyler, M Barak, ER Maguire, W Wells
Police Practice and Research 19 (2), 138-152, 2018
Collaborative state and corporate crime
M Barak
The Routledge International Handbook of the Crimes of the Powerful, 373, 2015
Peer-led reading groups boost engagement and retention
B Davies, M Barak
Faculty Focus, 2013
Capital Defense: Inside the Lives of America's Death Penalty Lawyers
JB Gould, MP Barak
NYU Press, 2019
Conceptual and empirical obstacles in defining MS‐13: Law‐enforcement perspectives
MP Barak, KS León, ER Maguire
Criminology & Public Policy 19 (2), 563-589, 2020
The Salvadoran Willie Horton: MS-13, electoral politics, and racialized fear mongering
KS Leon, MP Barak
Voices of Latino/a immigrants in southeast Michigan: Beyond the criminal/Victim dichotomy
M Barak
Perceptions of justice among Guatemalan-Mayans and Latinos of South Florida: A Call for Further Study of Procedural Justice in Minority Communities.
M Lowrey-Kinberg, Belenl Barak, H Mellinger
Social Justice: A Journal of Crime, Conflict & World Order, 2020
Popular Media and the Death Penalty: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Death Penalty in Film
MP Barak
Routledge Handbook on Capital Punishment, 108-126, 2017
Fairness and the Law: Central American Experiences in U.S. Immigration Court.
M Barak
Emerging Voices: Critical Social Research by European Group Postgraduate and …, 2017
Motherhood and Immigration Policy: How Immigration Law Shapes Central Americans’ Experience of Family.
M Barak
Forced Out and Fenced In: Immigration Tales from the Field, 2017
Re-Imagining Punishment: An Exercise in “Intersectional Criminal Justice”
MP Barak
Laws 3 (4), 693-705, 2014
Family Separation as State-Corporate Crime
MP Barak
Journal of White Collar and Corporate Crime, 2631309X20982299, 0
Peer-led Reading Groups Boost Engagement and Retention
MP Barak
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