Dr. Shawn Flanigan: Faculty Research

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Flanigan, Shaw, (2019).   "Diverging from “bureaucracy”: A case study of organizational image in housing services" Journal of Public Management & Social Policy

Flanigan, Shaw (2019).   "The bureaucratic encounter and shifting social constructions among migrant youth during the DACA application process" Administrative Theory & Praxis Flanigan, Shaw

Flanigan, Shaw (2018).   "Advantages of Syrian Diaspora Aid to refugees in Middle Eastern States of the Global South" Journal of Muslim Philanthropy and Civil Society

Abdel-Samad, Mounah and Flanigan, Shaw (2018).   "Social accountability in diaspora organizations aiding Syrian migrants" International Migration

Flanigan, S. (2017).   "Crowdfunding and Diaspora Philanthropy: An Integration of the Literature and Major Concepts." VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations.

Flanigan, S. and O’Brien, C. (2015).   "Service Seeking Behavior, Perceptions of Armed Actors, and Preferences Regarding Governance: Evidence from the Palestinian Territories." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism.

Flanigan, S., Asal, V., and Brown, M. (2015).   "Community Service Provision by Political Associations Representing Minorities in the Middle East and North Africa." VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations.

Flanigan, S. (2014).   "Shifting Perceptions of NGOs with the Creation of the Palestinian National Authority." Development in Practice.

Flanigan, S. (2014).   "Motivations and Implications of Community Service Provision by La Familia Michoacána/ Knights Templar and other Mexican Drug Cartels." Journal of Strategic Security.

Pope, R. and Flanigan, S. (2013).   "Revolution for Breakfast: Intersections of Activism, Service, and Violence in the Black Panther Party’s Community Service Programs." Social Justice Research.

Flanigan, S. (2013).   "Bureaucratic Discretion and Same-Sex Couples: Considering Administrative Advocacy as an Activism Strategy." Administrative Theory and Praxis.

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