Samantha Majic
Samantha Majic
Associate Professor of Political Science, John Jay College-CUNY
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Sex work politics: from protest to service provision
S Majic
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013
Negotiating sex work: Unintended consequences of policy and activism
CR Showden, S Majic
U of Minnesota Press, 2014
Beyond “victim-criminals” sex workers, nonprofit organizations, and gender ideologies
S Majic
Gender & Society 28 (3), 463-485, 2014
Serving sex workers and promoting democratic engagement: Rethinking nonprofits' role in American civic and political life
S Majic
Perspectives on Politics 9 (4), 821-839, 2011
Participant-driven action research (PDAR) with sex workers in Vancouver
R Bowen, T O’Doherty
Negotiating sex work: Unintended consequences of policy and activism, 53-74, 2014
The qualitative transparency deliberations: insights and implications
AM Jacobs, T Büthe, A Arjona, LR Arriola, E Bellin, A Bennett, L Björkman, ...
Perspectives on Politics 19 (1), 171-208, 2021
Youth who trade sex in the US: Intersectionality, agency, and vulnerability
CR Showden, S Majic
Temple University Press, 2018
Teaching equality?“John schools,” gender, and institutional reform
S Majic
Polity 46 (1), 5-30, 2014
Real men set norms? Anti-trafficking campaigns and the limits of celebrity norm entrepreneurship
SA Majic
Crime, Media, Culture 14 (2), 289-309, 2018
Ethnography and Participant Observation: Political Science Research in this" Late Methodological Moment"
P Schwartz-Shea, S Majic
PS-POLITICAL SCIENCE & POLITICS 50 (1), 97-102, 2017
Introduction: The Politics of Sex Work
S Showden, Carisa R. & Majic
Negotiating Sex Work: The Unintended Consequences of Policy and Activism, 2014
Research on vulnerable and marginalized populations
M Lake, S Majic, R Maxwell
American Political Science Association Organized Section for Qualitative and …, 2018
Participation Despite the Odds: Examining Sex Workers' Political Engagement
S Majic
New Political Science 36 (1), 76-95, 2014
Same Same but Different? Gender, sex work, and respectability politics in the MyRedBook and Rentboy closures
S Majic
Anti-trafficking review, 82-98, 2020
Redesigning the study of sex work: A case for intersectionality and reflexivity
S Majic, CR Showden
Routledge International Handbook of Sex Industry Research, 42-54, 2018
“I’m just a woman. But I’ve never been a victim”: Re-conceptualizing prostitution policy through individual narratives
S Majic
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 36 (4), 365-387, 2015
Transparency in qualitative research: An overview of key findings and implications of the deliberations
AM Jacobs, T Buthe, AM Arjona, LR Arriola, E Bellin, A Bennett, ...
Perspectives on Politics, 2020
Implementing ‘new’norms? Examining ‘john school’policies in the United States
S Majic
Critical Policy Studies 9 (3), 278-296, 2015
Protest by other means? Sex workers, social movement evolution and the political possibilities of nonprofit service provision
S Majic
Celebrity and Politics
S Majic, D O’Neill, M Bernhard
Perspectives on Politics 18 (1), 1-8, 2020
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