Dr. Mounah Abdel-Samad: Faculty Research
Abdel-Samad, Mounah (2018). "”You are an Embarrassment”: Un-housed people’s understandings of policing in downtown San Diego" Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law and Society
Abdel-Samad, Mounah and Flanigan, Shaw (2018). "Social accountability in diaspora organizations aiding Syrian migrants" International Migration
Welsh, M., Abdel-Samad, M. (2018). "You’re an Embarrassment: Un-Housed People’s Understandings of Policing in Downtown San Diego." Law and Society.
Abdel-Samad, M., Flanigan, S.(2018). "The Use of Social Accountability Mechanisms in Navigating Complex Operational Environments: Evidence from Diaspora Non-Profits and the Syrian Crisis." International Migration.
Abdel-Samad, Mounah (2017). "Tunisian Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Opportunity: Legislators’ need for Civil Society Expertise" Nonprofit Policy Forum
Flanigan, S. and Abdel-Samad, M. (2016). "Syrian Diaspora Members as Transnational Civil Society Actors: Perspectives from a Network for Refugee Assistance." Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest.
Abdel-Samad, M. (2016). "ISIS as an Existential Threat to the Druze: The Struggle for Survival." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism.
Abdel-Samad, M. (2015). "Legislative Advocacy under Competitive Authoritarian Regimes: The Case of Civil Society in Jordan." Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations.Faculty Research - Main Page