Dr. Joshua Chanin: Faculty Research

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Chanin, J., Rojo-Mendoza, R., and Wartell, J. (2018).   "Does Gender Matter? Using the Theory of Representative Bureaucracy to Examine Pedestrian Stops in Seattle, Washington." Administrative Theory & Praxis.

Chanin, J. and Rojo-Mendoza, R. (2018).   "Do Cops Look out for their Own? Considering the Influence of Officer Race and Neighborhood Context in the Administration of Stop and Frisk in Seattle, Washington." Public Administration Review.

Chanin, J. and Courts, J. (2017).   "Examining the Determinants of Police Department Online Transparency." Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society.

Chanin, J.and Sheats, B. (2017).   "Depolicing as Dissent-Shirking: Examining the Effects of Pattern or Practice Misconduct Reform on Individual Officer Behavior." Journal of Criminal Justice.

Chanin, J. (2017).   "Police Reform through an Administrative Lens: The Case for Further Attention to the Justice Department’s Pattern or Practice Initiative." Administrative Theory & Praxis.

Chanin, J. (2017).   "The Early Stages of Pattern or Practice Police Misconduct Reform: An Examination of the DOJ’s Investigation and Negotiation Processes." Police Quarterly.

Chanin, J. and Espinosa, S. (2016).   "Examining the Determinants of Police Transparency: The View of Police Executives." Criminal Justice Policy Review.

Chanin, J. (2015).   "Examining the Sustainability of Pattern or Practice Police Misconduct Reform." Police Quarterly.

Chanin, J. (2014).   "The Underexplored World of Remedial Law in Public Administration Scholarship: An Examination and Proposed Research Agenda." Administration & Society.

Chanin, J. (2014).   "On the Implementation of Pattern or Practice Police Misconduct Reform." Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society.

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