Positions

Research Areas research areas

Publications

Academic Article

Year Title
2019 Interactive theater: an effective tool to reduce gender bias in faculty searchesEquality, Diversity and Inclusion.  38:178-187. 2019
2019 Fearing the “Nicas”: Perceptions of Immigrants and Policy Choices in Costa RicaLatin American Politics and Society Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs.  61:1-28. 2019
2018 Parenting Attitudes and Public Support for Political Authoritarianism in Latin AmericaInternational Journal of Public Opinion Research2018
2018 Recognizing and Intervening in Bias Incidents in the Academic Workplace: A Self-Categorization Theory PerspectiveADVANCE Journal: Individual and Institutional Transformation for Social Justice.  1. 2018
2018 Leaving the Devil You Know: Crime Victimization, US Deterrence Policy, and the Emigration Decision in Central AmericaLatin American Research Review.  53:429-447. 2018
2014 Crime and Public Support for the Rule of Law in Latin America and AfricaAfrican Journal of Legal Studies.  6:153-169. 2014
2013 Peacekeepers and the People: Domestic Evaluations of Peacekeeping Operations in HaitiJournal of International Peacekeeping Journal of International Peacekeeping.  17:385-413. 2013
2010 Does Crime Undermine Public Support for Democracy? Evidence from Central America and Mexico 2010
2009 Was Woodrow Wilson Right? Assessing American Attitudes towards Humanitarian InterventionJournal of Peace, Conflict and Development.  13:1-41. 2009
2009 Where are the 'Good Samaritans'? Assessing Cross-National Support for Peacekeeping OperationsJournal of International Peacekeeping Journal of International Peacekeeping.  13:239-266. 2009
2006 Does It Take a Village? Policing Strategies and Fear of Crime in Latin AmericaLatin American Politics and Society Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs.  48:27-51. 2006
2003 Fear of Crime or Fear of Life? Public Insecurities in ChileBulletin of Latin American Research.  22:79-101. 2003

Book

Year Title
2015 Achieving Democracy Democratization in Theory and Practice 2015
The Rule of Law in Central America: Citizens’ Reactions to Crime and Punishment

Conference Proceeding

Year Title
Bystander intervention in bias incidents in the academic workplace: Interrupting incivility

Teaching Activities

  • Washington Center Internship Taught course 2019
  • Drug Wars Taught course 2019
  • Drug Wars Taught course 2019
  • Independent Study Taught course 2018
  • United States in World Affairs Taught course 2018
  • Drug Wars Taught course 2018
  • United States in World Affairs Taught course 2018
  • Rev. & Protest Latin America Taught course 2017
  • Washington Center Internship Taught course 2017
  • Washington Center Internship Taught course 2017
  • Policy Across Borders Taught course 2017
  • Race Matters Taught course 2017
  • Drug Wars Taught course 2016
  • Of Dictators & Democrats Taught course 2016
  • Politics of Poverty Taught course 2016
  • Rsrch Exp/Political Science Taught course 2016
  • United States in World Affairs Taught course 2016
  • Washington Center Internship Taught course 2015
  • Drug Wars Taught course 2015
  • US-Latin American Relations Taught course 2015
  • Washington Center Internship Taught course 2015
  • Intro to Statistical Analysis Taught course 2014
  • Rsrch Exp/Political Science Taught course 2014
  • Sem/Drug Wars: Views So. & No. Taught course 2014
  • Washington Center Internship Taught course 2014
  • Internship Taught course 2014
  • US-Latin American Relations Taught course 2014
  • Race and Justice in Americas Taught course 2013 - 2014
  • Education And Training

  • B.A. Internationl Relations&Affairs, Saint Joseph's University
  • B.A. Spanish, Saint Joseph's University
  • M.A. Political Sci.&Government Rel., University of Pittsburgh
  • Ph.D. Political Sci.&Government Rel., University of Pittsburgh
  • Ph.D. Political Science, University of Pittsburgh
  • Full Name

  • Mary Malone