Dr. Megan Welsh Carroll: Faculty Research

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Welsh, M. & Felner, J. (2020, February 11).   "Why cities must end their reliance on police to manage homelessness – and how they can do it." Scholars Strategy Network

Felner, J., Welsh, M., & Calzo, J. (2020, February 11).   "Increasing access to public bathrooms is critical for San Diegans’ health" Scholars Strategy Network

Welsh, M. (2020).   "Examining the Validity of Traffic Stop Data: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of Police Officer Compliance." Police Quarterly.

Flanigan, S. & Welsh, M. (2020).   "Unmet needs of individuals experiencing homelessness near San Diego waterways: The roles of displacement and overburdened service systems." ​Journal of Health and Human Services Administration.

Welsh, M., Chanin, J., & Henry, S. (2020).   "Complex colorblindness in police processes and practices." Social Problems.

Welsh, Megan (2019).   "Collisions of the personal and the public: How front-line welfare workers manage carceral citizens " Journal of Women and Social Work

Welsh, M. (2019).   "How Formerly Incarcerated Women Confront the Limits of Caring and the Burdens of Control amid California’s Carceral Realignment." Feminist Criminology.

Welsh, M. (2018).   "Conceptualizing the Personal Touch: Experiential Knowledge and Gendered Strategies in Community Supervision Work." Journal of Contemporary Ethnography.

Chanin, J., Welsh, M., Nurge, D., & Henry, S. (2016).   "Traffic enforcement in San Diego: An analysis of SDPD vehicle stops in 2014 and 2015" Report presented to the San Diego City Council’s Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods committee on October 26, 2016 and November 30, 2016, and presented to the full City Council on February 27, 2017.

Welsh, M. (2015).   "Categories of Exclusion: The Transformation of Formerly-Incarcerated Women into 'Able-Bodied Adults Without Dependents'." Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare.

Welsh, M. and Rajah, V. (2014).   "Rendering Invisible Punishments Visible: Using Institutional Ethnography in Feminist Criminology." Feminist Criminology.

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