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Marco Brydolf-Horwitz and Katherine Beckett. 2021. “Welfare, Punishment and Social Marginality: Understanding the Connections.” Research in Political Sociology, Volume 28 ( The Politics of Inequality, edited by David Pettinicchio), pp. 91-111.
Katherine Beckett and Megan Ming Francis. 2020. “The Origins of Mass Incarceration: The Racial Politics of Crime and Punishment in the Post-Civil Rights Era.” Annual Review of Law and Social Science 16: 433–52.
Stephens, André. 2020. "Confidence Game: Fiscal Crisis, Market Confidence, and the Remaking of Jamaica’s Post-Recession Political Economy." Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Sociology, University of Washington.
O’Brien, Michelle L., and Maureen A. Eger. 2020. “Suppression, spikes, and stigma: How COVID-19 will shape international migration and hostilities toward it.” International Migration Review, https://doi.org/10.1177/0197918320968754
Burstein, Paul. 2020. “Why Do Lobbying, Protest, and Other Forms of Advocacy Often Fail to Affect Policy? Some Possible Explanations.” APSA Preprints. doi: 10.33774/apsa-2020-k78wc
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