Sara Kazemian
Sara Kazemian
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The role of race and scientific trust on support for COVID-19 social distancing measures in the United States
S Kazemian, S Fuller, C Algara
PLoS One 16 (7), e0254127, 2021
The interactive effects of scientific knowledge and gender on COVID‐19 social distancing compliance
C Algara, S Fuller, C Hare, S Kazemian
Social Science Quarterly 102 (1), 7-16, 2021
Nail in the Coffin or Lifeline? Evaluating the Electoral Impact of COVID-19 on President Trump in the 2020 Election
C Algara, S Amlani, S Collitt, I Hale, S Kazemian
Political behavior, 1-29, 2022
Partnerships between Ridehailing Companies and Public Transit Agencies: An Exploration of Inter-agency Learning about Pilot Programs
S Pike, S Kazemian
Voluntary international migration
J Money, TW Taylor
Oxford University Press, 2016
Influential Factors in the Formation of Partnerships Between Ridehail Companies and Public Transportation
S Pike, S Kazemian
Assessing the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccine lotteries: A cross-state synthetic control methods approach
S Fuller, S Kazemian, C Algara, DJ Simmons
Plos one 17 (9), e0274374, 2022
Why Do Some Transit Agencies Form Shared-Use Mobility Partnerships while Others Do Not?
S Pike, S Kazemian
Institute of Transportation Studies, Working Paper Series, 2020
Social Status and Gendered Pathways to Citizenship
J Money, S Kazemian, A Klotz, M Rodriguez
International Migration Review, 01979183221142774, 2023
Consequences of Affective Polarization in The United States and Latin America
SS Kazemian
University of California, Davis, 2023
For many 2020 presidential election voters, economic concerns about COVID-19 restrictions trumped public health
C Algara, S Amlani, S Collitt, I Hale, S Kazemian
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2022
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