Matthew Valasik
Matthew Valasik
Associate Professor, Louisiana State University
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Policing the ‘progressive’city: The racialized geography of drug law enforcement
M Lynch, M Omori, A Roussell, M Valasik
Theoretical criminology 17 (3), 335-357, 2013
Community detection using spectral clustering on sparse geosocial data
Y Van Gennip, B Hunter, R Ahn, P Elliott, K Luh, M Halvorson, S Reid, ...
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 73 (1), 67-83, 2013
Does Predictive Policing Lead to Biased Arrests? Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial
PJ Brantingham, M Valasik, GO Mohler
Statistics and Public Policy 5 (1), 11-17, 2018
Adaptation of an ecological territorial model to street gang spatial patterns in Los Angeles
LM Smith, AL Bertozzi, PJ Brantingham, GE Tita, M Valasik
Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems 32 (9), 3223, 2012
Rape Myths and Hookup Culture: An Exploratory Study of U.S. College Students' Perceptions
TT Reling, MS Barton, S Becker, M Valasik
Sex Roles 78 (7), 501-514, 2018
Barriocide: Investigating the Temporal and Spatial Influence of Neighborhood Structural Characteristics on Gang and Non-Gang Homicides in East Los Angeles
M Valasik, MS Barton, SE Reid, GE Tita
Homicide Studies 21 (4), 287-311, 2017
The Spatial Concentration of America's Rural Poor Population: A Postrecession Update
B Thiede, H Kim, M Valasik
Rural Sociology 83 (1), 109-144, 2018
Gangs and Space
M Valasik, GE Tita
The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Criminology, 839-867, 2018
Gang violence predictability: Using risk terrain modeling to study gang homicides and gang assaults in East Los Angeles
M Valasik
Journal of Criminal Justice 58, 10-21, 2018
Understanding modern terror and insurgency through the lens of street gangs: ISIS as a case study
M Valasik, M Phillips
Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 2017
Forecasting homicide in the red stick: Risk terrain modeling and the spatial influence of urban blight on lethal violence in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
M Valasik, EE Brault, S Martinez
Social Science Research 80, 186-201, 2019
Ctrl+ALT-RIGHT: reinterpreting our knowledge of white supremacy groups through the lens of street gangs
SE Reid, M Valasik
Journal of Youth Studies 21 (10), 1305-1325, 2018
A penalized likelihood method for balancing accuracy and fairness in predictive policing
G Mohler, R Raje, M Valasik, J Carter, PJ Brantingham
IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 2018
“Gentefication” in the Barrio: Examining the Relationship Between Gentrification and Homicide in East Los Angeles
MS Barton, M Valasik, E Brault, GE Tita
Crime & Delinquency 66 (13-14), 1888-1913, 2020
" Saving the World, One Neighborhood at a Time": The Role of Civil Gang Injunctions at Influencing Gang Behavior
M Valasik
University of California, Irvine, 2014
Alt-Right Gangs: A Hazy Shade of White
SE Reid, M Valasik
University of California Press, 2020
The Schrodinger’s Cat of Gang Groups: Can Street Gangs Inform Our Comprehension of Skinheads and Alt-Right Groups?
M Valasik, SE Reid
Deviant Behavior 40 (10), 1245-1259, 2019
Competitive dominance, gang size and the directionality of gang violence
PJ Brantingham, M Valasik, GE Tita
Crime Science 8 (1), 1-20, 2019
Crash and burn: abatement of a specialised gang unit
M Valasik, S Reid, M Phillips
Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice 2 (2), 95-106, 2016
Concentrated Poverty Increased in Both Rural and Urban Areas Since 2000, Reversing Declines in the 1990s
BC Thiede, H Kim, M Valasik
Carsey School of Public Policy, 2017
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