Marina Zaloznaya
Marina Zaloznaya
Associate Professor of Sociology, The University of Iowa
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The social psychology of corruption: Why it does not exist and why it should
M Zaloznaya
Sociology Compass 8 (2), 187-202, 2014
The politics of bureaucratic corruption in post-transitional Eastern Europe
M Zaloznaya
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Does authoritarianism breed corruption? Reconsidering the relationship between authoritarian governance and corrupt exchanges in bureaucracies
M Zaloznaya
Law & Social Inquiry 40 (2), 345-376, 2015
Organizational cultures as agents of differential association: explaining the variation in bribery practices in Ukrainian universities
M Zaloznaya
Crime, law and social change 58, 295-320, 2012
When civil engagement is part of the problem: Flawed anti-corruptionism in Russia and Ukraine
M Zaloznaya, WM Reisinger, VH Claypool
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 51 (3), 245-255, 2018
Mechanisms and consequences of professional marginality: The case of poverty lawyers revisited
M Zaloznaya, LB Nielsen
Law & Social Inquiry 36 (4), 919-944, 2011
Does everyday corruption affect how Russians view their political leadership?
WM Reisinger, M Zaloznaya, VLH Claypool
Post-Soviet Affairs 33 (4), 255-275, 2017
Migration as social movement: Voluntary group migration and the Crimean Tatar repatriation
M Zaloznaya, TP Gerber
Population and Development Review 38 (2), 259-284, 2012
Beyond anti-corruptionism: Sociological imagination and comparative study of corruption
M Zaloznaya
Comparative Sociology 12 (5), 705-751, 2013
Fighting Human Trafficking or Instituting Authoritarian Control?
M Zaloznaya, J Hagan
Governance by Indicators: Global Power through Quantification and Rankings, 2012
Pathways to corruption: institutional context and citizen participation in bureaucratic corruption
M Zaloznaya, VH Claypool, WM Reisinger
Social Forces 96 (4), 1875-1904, 2018
Fear of punishment as a driver of survey misreporting and item non-response in Russia and its neighbors
WM Reisinger, M Zaloznaya, BD Woo
Post-Soviet Affairs 39 (1-2), 49-59, 2023
Mechanisms of Decoupling from Global Regimes: The Case of Anticorruption Reforms in Russia and Ukraine
M Zaloznaya, WM Reisinger
Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization 28 (1), 77-111, 2020
Tsar Putin and the “corruption” thorn in his side: The demobilization of votes in a competitive authoritarian regime
VH Claypool, WM Reisinger, M Zaloznaya, Y Hu, J Juehring
Electoral Studies: An international Journal, 182-204, 2018
Social issues in contemporary Russia: Women's rights, corruption, and immigration through three sociological lenses
M Zaloznaya, TP Gerber
Annual Review of Sociology 47 (1), 567-586, 2021
Bureaucratic quality and social development
M Prasad, M Zaloznaya
Sociology of Development 7 (3), 231-252, 2021
a smarter fight against corruption
M Zaloznaya, FB Lynn
Contexts 20 (2), 63-65, 2021
Global civil society and the test of Kyoto: A theoretical extension
E Anderson, M Zaloznaya
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 59 (3), 179-211, 2018
Is White-Collar Crime White? Racialization in the National Press Coverage of White-Collar Crime from 1950 to 2010
M Zaloznaya, A Yakes, J Wo
Law & Social Inquiry 48 (4), 1117-1137, 2023
The civic crime of corruption: Citizen networks and public sector bribery in the non-democracies
M Zaloznaya
Theoretical Criminology 26 (4), 641-663, 2022
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