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Police Recruit Narratives and Publicly Oriented Vocabularies of Motive

Forthcoming at International Journal of Police Science and Management
Wozniak, Jesse, Norman Conti, and Patrick Doreian

“The Evolving Self-Presentation of the Islamic State, From Dabiq to Rumiyah”

The Social Science Journal 59(4): 588-600.
Wozniak, Jesse, Joshua Woods, and Yan Song Lee

“An Initial Case Study in Education Among Police and Incarcerated Men”

The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles 93(3): 248–264.
Burston, Adam, Norman Conti, Jesse Wozniak, and Elaine Frantz

“From the Point of a Gun to the Point of Starvation: Economic Conscription in Post Conflict Policing”

International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 43(4): 341-355
Wozniak, Jesse

“‘The blackness that incriminated me’: Stigma and Normalization among Brothers and Keepers”

Kalfou 7(2): 330-351.
Adam Burston, Jesse Wozniak, and Norman Conti

“Post Conflict Police Reconstruction: Major Trends and Developments”

Sociological Compass 12(6):
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“Attitudes of Rural Law Enforcement Toward Proposed Changes in Policing”

The International Journal of Rural Criminology 4(1): 108-132
Contessa, Jason and Jesse Wozniak.

“Unpredictable Chaos and Institutional Management: The Self Presentation of the Islamic State in Dabiq Magazine”

Forthcoming at Social Science Quarterly.
Wozniak, Jesse, Josh Woods, and Quenton King.

“Iraq and the Material Basis of Post-Conflict Police Reconstruction”

The Journal of Peace Research 54(6): 806-818.
Wozniak, Jesse

“Missing the Moral: Excited Delirium as a Negative Case of a Moral Panic”

Punishment and Society 18(2): 198-219
Wozniak, Jesse

“When the Going Gets Weird: A Call to Gonzo Sociology”

The American Sociologist 45(4): 453-473
Wozniak, Jesse

“Interview with Award Recipients: Gregory Hooks and Brian McQueen”

States, Power, and Societies 17(1): 8-11
Wozniak, Jesse

“A National Ceremony”

Contexts 10(1): 12-18
Wozniak, Jesse

“Real Men Use Non-Lethals: Appeals to Masculinity in the Marketing of Police Weaponry”

Feminist Criminology 4(3): 275-293
Wozniak, Jesse and Christopher Uggen

"Winning the Battle of Seattle: State Response to Perceived Crisis"

Illness, Crisis, & Loss 13(2): 129-145
Wozniak, Jesse

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