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Alexander German

Professor of Small Animal Medicine, University of Liverpool
Alex German holds the position of Royal Canin Professor of Small Animal Medicine at the University of Liverpool. He qualified with honours from the University of Bristol in 1994, and completed his PhD at the same institution in 2000. He is a Diplomat of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Recognised Specialist in Internal Medicine, a Fellow of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

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Alexander Hübner

Postdoctoral Researcher in Archaeogenetics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
I am studying the microbiome of ancient and modern metagenomic samples that are associated with humans.

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Alexander Kwarteng

Senior Lecturer in Immunology of Infectious Diseases, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)
My background is in molecular biomedicine and I have invested several years of research in host-pathogen interaction. In addition to this, I have been involved in a number of studies that focus on the microbiome in parasite infections in Ghana. However, the increasing prevalence of infectious diseases in Ghana and other African countries ignited my passion to focus on the use of bioinformatics tools to understand underlying genomic and immunology presentations of diseases and other medical conditions, as well as the use of social determinants to understand how people perceive the disease. I am excited to contribute to the training of postgraduates and postdoctoral fellows.

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Alexander McClelland

Assistant Professor, Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Carleton University
Alexander McClelland, PhD., is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Carleton University. His current research is funded by both CIHR and SSHRC, where he examines issues of incarceration, surveillance, public health, and policing. He was a SSHRC Banting Postdoctoral Fellow with Department of Criminology, University of Ottawa.

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Alexander Olawaiye

Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Olawaiye is the director of gynecologic cancer research at Magee-Women’s hospital of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, he has overseen multiple clinical research projects. He is also the Gynecologic Oncology Group Foundation principal investigator for the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute and in this role and has collaborated with multiple clinical scientists across the country to conduct phases I, II and III studies. As well as a co-principal investigator on the joint University of Pittsburgh/Roswell Park Cancer Institute ovarian cancer SPORE program. Dr. Olawaiye also studies chemotherapeutic agents and their complications along with mentoring many younger clinicians to begin their academic careers.

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Alexander Rozental

Adjunct Researcher, Karolinska Institutet
After graduating from the study programme in psychology in 2011 with a MSc I worked as a clinical psychologist at an outpatient psychiatric care unit and as an adjunct lecturer at the Centre for Psychiatry Research at Karolinska Institutet. I became a Licensed Psychologist in Sweden in 2012 and have continued doing part-time clinical work in different settings ever since. I finished my PhD at the Department of Psychology at Stockholm University in 2017 with a doctoral thesis on the negative effects of Internet-based cognitive behaviour therapy. After my dissertation I spent almost two years as a researcher at the Great Ormond Street Hospital Institute of Child Health at University College London. I completed a post doctoral position at the Centre for Psychiatry Research at Karolinska Institutet in 2021, where I am presently an Adjunct Researcher, doctoral supervisor, and principal investigator for the implementation of patient-controlled admissions to inpatient care in Region Stockholm. Since 2021, I am an Associate Professor and Study Director at the Department of Psychology at Uppsala University, and since 2022 I am the Editor-in-Chief for the journal Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.

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Alexander Skeels

Postdoctoral Researcher, Macroevolution and Macroecology Group, Australian National University
I am a evolutionary biologist and biogeographer currently working as a postdoc in the Macroevolution and Macroecology Group at the Australian National University (ANU). Before this, I did a postdoc in the Ecosystems and Landscape Evolution Group at ETH Zürich and the Swiss Federal Research Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape (WSL), and a PhD at the ANU.

I’m interested in finding links between biogeographic diversity patterns and the macroevolutionary histories of the plant and animal clades that contribute to them. One of my main interests is the origins of biodiversity hotspots, such as those found in tropical rainforests, mountain ranges, or Mediterranean-type ecosystems. I am also interested in understanding how these regions, and the taxa found within them, are vulnerable to global change. To explore these topics, I analyse spatial, phylogenetic, and ecological trait data with simulation modelling and phylogenetic comparative approaches.

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Alexander Verry

Researcher, Department of Zoology, University of Otago

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Alexander Claus Winkler

Research Associate, Rhodes University
I am a coastal fisheries scientist focusing on recreational fisheries management and coastal fish movement ecology. I have PhD from Rhodes University (graduated in 2019), during which I investigated the coastal movement of a large iconic game fish species in Southern Angola. Following my Ph.D. I took up a position as a junior researcher at the CCMAR in Faro Portugal, where I investigated the movement behavior of a large coastal fish species using state-of-the-art electronic tagging techniques. I am currently holding a joint research position at Rhodes and the South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity (SAIAB)

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Alexander Sasha Kondakov

Assistant Professor, Sociology, University College Dublin
Alexander Sasha Kondakov, PhD, is an assistant professor at the School of Sociology, University College Dublin, Ireland. His truly international experience includes holding positions in the University of Helsinki’s major research centre in Russian and Eurasian studies, Aleksanteri Institute, and Russia's liberal European University at St. Petersburg, as well as research jobs at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars in Washington, DC, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the United States. Alexander studied sociology of law at the International Institute for the Sociology of Law in Spain. Kondakov’s work is primarily focused on law and sexuality studies, more specifically on queer sexualities. His latest research on violence against LGBT people in Russia has gotten attention in the international and Russian media. Kondakov’s studies were published in such journals as Sexualities, Social & Legal Studies, Feminist Legal Studies, and European Journal of Criminology. The research on anti-queer violence concluded with an open-access book 'Violent Affections: Queer sexuality, techniques of power, and law in Russia'. The book is available for free download on UCL Press website, as well as in other formats for various prices.

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Alexandra Allen-Franks

Lecturer and Co-director of the New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice, University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau
I have recently completed a PhD (awaiting formal conferral) at the University of Cambridge on issues concerning the law of evidence, human rights, civil procedure and criminal procedure.

I currently teach Trade Marks and Related Rights, the Law of Evidence and Legal Foundations at the University of Auckland and am enrolled barrister and solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand (not currently practising).

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Alexandra Boutros

Associate Professor of Cultural and Communication Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University
After receiving my PhD in Communication Studies from McGill University in 2006, and prior to joining Laurier, I was a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Religion and Media at New York University (2006-2008). My research and scholarly work falls within the fields of Communication and Cultural Studies. I was on-site chair of the Canadian Association for Cultural Studies from 2012-2016. I am currently book review editor for TOPIA: Canadian Journal for Cultural Studies. I am also currently the president of the Canadian branch of IASPM (International Association for the Study of Popular Music).
My research is generally concerned with the intersection of media, technology, and identity within the context of religious, social and cultural movements. I have worked extensively within the field of religion and media with my own work exploring Haitian Vodou in the diaspora, how new media and technology shape diasporic experience, and representations of Vodou and Voodoo in popular culture.

Other research focuses on social networking around conceptualizations of the Black diaspora and Black technologized subjectivity. This work takes many forms, most extensively in an examination of hip hop as both alternative media and public discourse in Canada.

Recent work on social networking and alternative media explores discourses of alternative health.

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Alexandra Bridges

Project Manager, Keepers of the Circle

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Alexandra Crosby

Lecturer, Interdisciplinary Design Studies, University of Technology Sydney

Alexandra Crosby is a lecturer in Interdisciplinary Design and a research fellow at the Institute for Interactive Media and Learning.

Her research focuses on emerging forms of environmentalism and the the role of creative practices in culturally-specific forms of activism. She is a member of the Cities Network at Sydney University.

She speaks Indonesian and has worked extensively on cross-cultural art and media projects in the Asia-Pacific region.

Alexandra is a board member of Inside Indonesia and an artist for the Yurt Empire.

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Alexandra Digby

Adjunct Assistant professor of Economics, University of Rochester
I graduated with a PhD in economic history from the University of Cambridge. After that I worked for a short time at the Economist as an assistant editor during which time I published articles on financial and economic history. I am now employed as an adjunct Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Rochester and as Assistant Professor of Economics at Minerva University. My co-writers are employed by Minerva University.

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Alexandra Ehrhardt

Ph.D. Candidate in Psychology, Wayne State University
A second-year doctoral candidate working with Dr. Hannah Schacter and the ARC lab, Alexandra has an M.S. in Clinical Research Methods from Fordham University and a B.S. of Cell & Molecular Biology from Tulane University. Her research interests include stress and inflammatory markers in contexts as well as relationships as protective factors.

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Alexandra Gibson

Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
Ally Gibson (MRSNZ) is a senior lecturer and acting programme director in Health Psychology. Ally currently holds a Marsden Fast-Start Fellowship with the Royal Society - Te Apārangi, leading research on people's experiences of mobile dating during the COVID-19 pandemic in Aotearoa New Zealand.

She has over 10 years' experience conducting a range of qualitative research projects relating to health, illness, and the practice of medicine. Her work is interdisciplinary, bridging health psychology, the sociology of health and illness, and public health. She is particularly interested in: mobile dating and intimacy; sexual and reproductive health; issues of gender, sexuality and identity; people's experiences of and responses to pressing health challenges (e.g., cancer; COVID-19); and concerns and experiences of inequity, marginalisation, and vulnerability in health.

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Alexandra Hogan

Mathematical epidemiologist, UNSW Sydney
Dr Alexandra Hogan is an infectious disease epidemiologist at UNSW Sydney. She uses mathematical models of respiratory virus transmisison to estimate the burden of disease and predict the value of vaccination strategies. Dr Hogan is a member of the World Health Organization Immunization and vaccines related implementation research advisory committee (IVIR-AC).

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Alexandra Kviat

Research fellow, University of Leicester
Alexandra Kviat is a Research Fellow at the School of Media, Communication and Sociology and the Institute for Digital Culture, University of Leicester. She works across the fields of consumer and service research, cultural and media studies, urban sociology and human geography. Her interdisciplinary research projects have explored the relationship between digital technology, urban space and everyday consumption in the context of the hospitality, retail and leisure industries. Alexandra's work has been supported by the Leverhulme Trust, the Economic and Social Research Council, the University of Warwick Institute of Advanced Study and Chancellor's International Scholarship, and the Fulbright Program.

Alexandra's areas of expertise include:

- cafes and other 'third places';
- post-digital culture;
- digital disconnection and detox;
- board game culture;
- servicescape design.

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Alexandra Mislin

Associate Professor of Management, American University
Professor Mislin’s research focuses on negotiation and conflict management. She studies how aspects of social exchange (e.g., trust, reciprocity, emotions) influence cooperation and conflict. Her work bridges the fields of management, experimental economics, and social psychology, leading to scholarly as well as practical insights on organizational life.

Alexandra (Alex) Mislin’s interdisciplinary research is premised on the view that negotiated agreements alone do not lead to desired outcomes. She studies how trust violations and repair, the tracking of obligations, and social curiosity motivate cooperation. Her research has been published in leading academic journals including Administrative Science Quarterly, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Applied Psychology, Psychological Science, and the Journal of Economic Psychology. Her courses focus on negotiation strategy and conflict management.

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Alexandra Ridgway

Postdoctoral Fellow, RMIT University
Dr Alexandra Ridgway is a sociologist of family, personal and intimate life with particular interests in family breakdown and divorce; family and sexual violence; death and bereavement; and other forms of biographical disruption. Much of her work has examined these issues in the context of migration. In addition, she has also written on topics pertaining to the fields of health, higher education, leisure sciences and urban studies. Alexandra has a particular passion for qualitative research and a strong interest in methodological and writing practices. She currently works for RMIT University and is a Fellow with the Centre for Criminology at The University of Hong Kong.

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Alexandra Sherlock

Lecturer, School of Fashion and Textiles, RMIT University
Alexandra is a lecturer in the School of Fashion and Textiles at RMIT University and a member of RMIT’s Academic Board. With a PhD in sociology from the University of Sheffield and a master’s degree in cultural anthropology from UCL she explores the role of material and visual culture in relation to identity and processes of identification. She is also interested in the value of Indigenous knowledge systems for teaching ethical and sustainable fashion and textiles practices.

Between 2010 and 2013 Alexandra worked as the postgraduate researcher on the ESRC-funded research project 'If the Shoe Fits: Footwear Identity and Transition' at the University of Sheffield. Her doctoral research explored the social lives of Clarks Originals shoes. In 2021 she founded the Footwear Research Network to support the ongoing development of academic enquiries into shoes and to enhance academic/industry collaboration.

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Alexandra D. Lefcoe

PhD Candidate, Management of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources, McMaster University
Ali Lefcoe’s research focuses on barriers to work (i.e., major obstacles to quality employment) and barriers at work (i.e., difficulties experienced in carrying out work) and how workers cope with these barriers. These research areas overlap in the sense that some workers (e.g., individuals with disabilities, precarious workers) face both barriers to quality employment, and barriers in the completion of their work with deleterious consequences. Ali has an interest in both qualitative and quantitative research methods, and applies these approaches in her current projects. She has defended her thesis proposal and is scheduled to complete her PhD in early 2024.

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Alexandre Bohas

Professeur d'Affaires internationales, ESSCA School of Management
Diplômé de Sciences Po Bordeaux, Alexandre Bohas est docteur en économie politique internationale de l’Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. Il est également membre du centre d’études et de recherches transnationalistes, Chaos international, pour lequel il a écrit de nombreuses notes d’analyse publiées dans des ouvrages collectifs. Ses recherches portent sur les sphères de la culture et leurs enjeux de pouvoir. Il s’intéresse plus particulièrement aux firmes transnationales de l’entertainment, à la prépondérance américaine dans ce domaine et aux soft power des pays émergents. Par ailleurs, tirant profit d’une expérience professionnelle de dix ans dans une entreprise multinationale, il s’est spécialisé dans les domaines du management international sur les sujets ayant trait au leadership global et aux investissements directs à l’étranger.

En 2008, il a coécrit avec Josepha Laroche un ouvrage intitulé Canal+ et les majors américaines. Une vision désenchantée du cinéma-monde. Deux ans plus tard, il a publié le livre Disney. Un capitalisme mondial du rêve, qui a fait l’objet, en 2016, d’une réédition augmentée et actualisée en anglais sous le titre The Political Economy of Disney. The Cultural Capitalism of Hollywood. Il est aussi l’auteur d’articles parus dans différentes revues académiques telles que Review of International Political Economy et Global Society.

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Alexandre Frambéry-Iacobone

Doctor Europeus en droit (mention histoire du droit – label européen) / chercheur post-doctoral, Université de Bordeaux
Doctor Europeus en Droit (label européen —mention Histoire du droit ; thèse accessible librement en suivant ce lien : https://cutt.ly/Iwi4tHSp).

Chercheur post-doctoral au sein du projet financé par l’Agence nationale de la recherche HLJPGenre, Université d’Artois (https://hljpgenre.hypotheses.org) et au sein de l'Observatoire des politiques publiques en situation épidémique et post-épidémique (OPPEE : https://oppee.u-bordeaux.fr).

Chercheur associé à l’Institut de recherche Montesquieu (UR 7434), université de Bordeaux et au CDEP (UR 2471), Université d’Artois.

Codirecteur d'une revue à Comité de lecture, en libre accès, « Crises et Société » (https://www.crisesetsociete.com) et Ambassadeur des métiers pour la Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine, il cherche à décloisonner les savoirs pour les faire sortir des enceintes universitaires.

Ses travaux visent la compréhension systémique et linguistique du droit, et plus particulièrement du droit pénal, dans une perspective historique mêlant sociologie, sciences de la psyché, médecine légale, sciences criminelles, outils prédictifs ou encore linguistique.

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Alexandre Rodrigues

Alexandre is a PhD student in the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment. Alexandre has a strong interest in environmental sustainability through design and his research is looking at optimised lifespans for passenger cars: more specifically, how automotive design can contribute to and influence the reduction of material demand through strategies such as structure modularity, re-use of (more) parts, upgradability, improved manufacturing and re-manufacturing.

Alexandre's interest stemmed from reflection on the automotive industry as a whole, producing more than 80 million cars a year worldwide, and how vehicles are used and disposed, often too soon, despite their potential to last longer. Also the impending scarcity of raw materials due to an expected rise in global population and a growing middle class who will demand more new products and put more pressure on an already polluted and saturated environment.

Alexandre's research will address the design stage and its influence on product use, durability, longevity and new forms of personal mobility; it will also consider assembly and disassembly processes and business models in order to understand how this interconnected relationship of three processes / disciplines can contribute to reducing material demand from a product longevity perspective and divert materials from end-of-life and give them an extended life. A design framework will be devised to assist automotive designers to incorporate optimised lifespans throughout the development of passenger vehicles.

In order to accomplish this Alexandre interviewed key people in the automotive industry who have influence in car design and development. The data gathered from experts will be analysed and will inform the design framework.

Alexandre has an automotive industry background and a degree in automotive product design. Alexandre also studied business administration and lectured in Product Design and Marketing for two years. Alexandre is also a storybook author with a published anthology.

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Alexandria Johnson

Professor of Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Purdue University
Dr. Johnson’s work has tackled a wide range of topics and scientific methods including airborne measurements of water vapor in pre-depression areas over the Atlantic, laboratory studies of water ice nucleation in the atmospheres of Earth and Mars, and high-resolution single cloud models for comparison with maritime cumulus observations. Her current research interests span clouds in atmospheres on Earth, Mars and Exoplanets, the formation, presence, and properties of clouds in the early Lunar atmosphere, and Titan Methane-Ethane-Nitrogen cloud microphysics. Most recently she has developed a novel single particle light scattering instrument to directly measure how atmospheric particulates (clouds and aerosols) interact with radiation across diverse planetary atmospheres.

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Alexandria Wilson-McDonald

Professorial Lecturer of Politics, Governance & Economics, American University School of International Service
Dr. Wilson-McDonald holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Florida with graduate certificates in European studies and gender studies. Her specializations include comparative politics, public policy & administration, European studies, and gender studies.

Dr. Wilson-McDonald’s research focuses on the politics of gender in Central Eastern Europe. She examines the gendered elements of democratic backsliding and social movement activism in the region. Specifically, her research examines feminist movements in the region and their discursive strategies. Her current project analyzes the contemporary framing of gender-based violence by gender equality activists across Central Eastern Europe and the relationship between feminist social movement actors, conservative actors, and the state. Her peer-reviewed research has been published in the journals Communist and Post-Communist Studies and Feminist Review. Her recent essays have also been published online in Ms. Magazine. She has conducted extensive field research in Czechia, Slovakia, and Poland, where she was affiliated with the Faculty of Sociology at Masaryk University, Czechia and the American Studies Center at the University of Warsaw, Poland. Dr. Wilson-McDonald has been awarded numerous research grants, including a Fulbright Research Grant, Carrie Chapman Catt Prize for Research on Women and Politics, a Rothman Doctoral Fellowship in the Humanities, and a postdoctoral research grant by the Kosciuszko Foundation. She teaches courses in comparative politics, European politics, identity and politics, and research methods.

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Alexandros Skouralis

Research Assistant, Bayes Business School, City, University of London
Alexandros Skouralis is a research assistant in the Real Estate Research Centre at Bayes Business School. He is involved in the Commercial Real Estate Lending report that aims to increase transparency in commercial mortgage markets for regulators and investors. Before joining Bayes, Alexandros worked at the Macro-Financial division of the Central Bank of Ireland. His research interests include applied macroeconomics, real estate markets, financial stability and climate risk. He holds a PhD in Economics from Lancaster University and a MSc degree in Economics & Finance from University of Bristol.

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Alexandru Nichifor

Associate Professor, Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Melbourne, The University of Melbourne
Personal website: www.nichifor.net

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Alexes Harris

Professor of Sociology, University of Washington
I am a sociologist who uses a mixed-method approach to study institutional decision-making. My research interests focus on social stratification processes and racial and ethnic disparities. I investigate how contact with varying institutions (educational, juvenile and criminal justice and economic) impact individuals' life chances. Frequently, my work combines data types in order to illustrate both the macro context of the problem at hand, and at the same time investigate the micro processes leading to outcomes. Using participant observation, interview, and statistical methods my work has investigated how institutional actors assess, label, and process individuals and groups, and how those processed respond. My aim is to produce research that is theoretically informed and empirically rich, and research that is of value in local, state, and national policy arenas.

Teaching
I have taught undergraduate courses on race and ethnicity (soc 362), social problems (soc 270), juvenile justice (375), and special topics courses (soc 401 one on credit markets, one on criminal sentencing and currently prepping one on sports, higher education and race). I also teach the graduate-level research methods course on qualitative research methods (soc 519 and 520) and have taught juvenile justice.

Current Research Projects
A Pound of Flesh documents the contemporary relationship between the United States' systems of social control and inequality. Using a mixed-method approach (court observations, interviews with court actors and defendants, review of legal statute and cases, and statistical analysis of court automated data), I analyze the particular policies and mechanisms used within the criminal justice system to impose and monitor sanctions to poor people who do not pay their legal debts, and I examine the consequences of this process. I explicitly outline how local community and court culture and financial constraints influence contemporary notions of who should be held accountable for their actions by the criminal justice system. Put simply, monetary sanctions serve as a punishment tool that permanently penalize and marginalize the poor.

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Alexey Serdyuk

Head of the Research Lab for Psychological Support of Law Enforcement, Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs
Dr. Alexey Serdyuk (Oleksii Serdiuk) is a Head of the Research Laboratory for Psychological Support of Law Enforcement, Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine; Lieutenant Colonel of Police. He was born in 1974. PhD Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs (Sociology), 2003; BA/MA V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Psychology) and Kharkiv Institute of Management (Economics), 1997. Associate Professor in Sociology, 2006. Visiting Scholar and Senior Research Fellow at the University of Michigan, Addiction Research Center, Department of Psychiatry, 2015. His previous appointments include Deputy Head of Research Lab on Combating Crime; Head of Research Lab on Distance Education; Head of Sociology and Social Work Department; Deputy Head of Research Lab for Staff, Sociological and Psychological Support of Law Enforcement. He is author of over 150 publications. Has extensive experience in international research on sociology, psychology, criminology, policing and epidemiology of substance abuse.
Research:
2019 – present, Ukrainian Longitudinal Study (ULS) – measuring behavioral development of Ukrainian children across the transition from middle to high school and then to college with special focus on substance abuse risk factors with interdisciplinary methodological approach (Principal investigator)
1995 – present, Youth and Drugs – Substance Use Monitoring Among Youth in Kharkiv City (Principal investigator) in cooperation with Sociological Association of Ukraine within the Regional Community Safety and Public Order Ensuring Program and Development Strategy for Kharkiv Region
2013 – present, Trust and Safety – Measuring of police performance in Kharkiv region (Principal investigator) in cooperation with Sociological Association of Ukraine and European Union Advisory Mission (EUAM), within the Regional Community Safety and Public Order Ensuring Program and Development Strategy for Kharkiv Region
2013 – present, Corruption in the Everyday Life – Survey on corruption in Kharkiv region (Principal investigator)
2014 Survey on socio-political situation in Kharkiv region and identifying ways of overcoming the crisis (Principal investigator)
2013 – 2014 Like mother, like daughter: Intergenerational criminality of Ukrainian women, in collaboration with Ohio State University – Marion, USA (Co-Principal investigator)
2011 – 2012 Study of the effect of internal and external migration on the criminal situation in Kazakhstan, in collaboration with International Organization for Migration (scientific consultant on criminology)
2010 – 2011 Migrant workers and crime: where Kings Lynn meets Moscow. The study in England, Russia and Ukraine, in collaboration with Anglia Ruskin University (Co-Principal investigator)
2007 – 2009 Corruption in State traffic inspection (STI) of the Ministry of Interior of Ukraine (Project director / Principal investigator)
2007 – 2008 Drugs-crime connection: the study of convicted offenders in Ukraine In collaboration with Anglia Ruskin University (Co-Principal investigator)
2005 Monitoring of illegal spread of drugs among young people in Kharkov region (Co-Principal investigator)
2001 Injection drug use in Kharkov region: WHO survey of injection drug use, stage 2. (scientific expert of Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs)
2000 – 2001 Organizational and methodical aspects of drug abuse prevention among youth. Measures in Ukraine, Germany, Spain and Russia (Co-Principal investigator / scientific expert of Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs)
1998 – 1999 The dynamics, socio-cultural context and subjective conditions of illegal spread of drugs among young people Since the Second World War (Co-Principal investigator / as scientific expert of Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs)

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Alexia Salvatierra

Academic Dean, Centro Latino & Associate Professor of Mission and Global Transformation, Fuller Theological Seminary
Academic Dean of Centro Latino and Associate Professor of Mission and Global Transformation at Fuller Theological Seminary. Ordained Pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America since 1988. Dissertation: Equipping Hispanic Immigrant Pastors for Holistic Mission (2018) Co-author of Faith-Rooted Organizing: Mobilizing the Church in Service to the World (IVP, 2014), Buried Seeds: Learning from the Vibrant Resiliency of Marginalized Christian Communities (Baker Academic 2022), God's Resistance: Mobilizing Faith to Defend Immigrants (New York University Press, 2023). Co-founder of multiple national initiatives engaging faith communities in social justice issues, including the New Sanctuary Movement and the Evangelical Immigration Table.

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Alexis Habiyaremye

Associate Professor in the School of Economics, University of Johannesburg
Alexis Habiyaremye is an associate professor in the School of Economics at the University of Johannesburg. His research interests include innovation & industrial policy, labour market dynamics, technological change and export diversification. He has published extensively on industrial capacity building, economic policy uncertainty, economic stimulus & job creation, innovation policy, and beneficiation of natural resources.

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Alexis Harton

Étudiant à la maîtrise en sociologie, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
Étudiant à la maîtrise en sociologie à l'Université du Québec à Montréal. Ses champs d'intérêts sont la sociologie politique, les populismes, l'extrême droite, les médias socionumériques et la sociologie du sport.

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