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Shannon Portillo
Shannon Portillo
Director and Professor School of Public Affairs, Watts College of Public Service, Arizona State
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Street‐level bureaucracy theory
S Maynard‐Moody, S Portillo
2882010
Advancing social equity in the Minnowbrook tradition
S Gooden, S Portillo
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 21 (suppl_1), i61-i76, 2011
1582011
Gender and organizational rule abidance
S Portillo, L DeHart‐Davis
Public Administration Review 69 (2), 339-347, 2009
1332009
Construction of justice at the street level
S Portillo, DS Rudes
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 10, 321-334, 2014
1042014
The myth of bureaucratic neutrality: Institutionalized inequity in local government hiring
S Portillo, D Bearfield, N Humphrey
Review of Public Personnel Administration 40 (3), 516-531, 2020
812020
The paradox of rules: Rules as resources and constraints
S Portillo
Administration & Society 44 (1), 87-108, 2012
802012
Not a woman, but a soldier: Exploring identity through translocational positionality
AE Doan, S Portillo
Sex roles 76, 236-249, 2017
662017
Citizen engagement in local budgeting: does diversity pay dividends?
J Marlowe, S Portillo
Public Performance & Management Review 30 (2), 179-202, 2006
572006
Front-stage stars and backstage producers: The role of judges in problem-solving courts
S Portillo, DS Rudes, J Viglione, M Nelson
Victims & offenders 8 (1), 1-22, 2013
562013
Adding positive reinforcement in justice settings: Acceptability and feasibility
DS Rudes, FS Taxman, S Portillo, A Murphy, A Rhodes, M Stitzer, ...
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 42 (3), 260-270, 2012
442012
Representative bureaucracy theory and the implicit embrace of whiteness and masculinity
S Portillo, N Humphrey, DA Bearfield
Public Administration Review 82 (3), 594-597, 2022
382022
Roles and power within federal problem solving courtroom workgroups
DS Rudes, S Portillo
Law & Policy 34 (4), 402-427, 2012
382012
Mental health peer navigators: Working with criminal justice–involved populations
S Portillo, V Goldberg, FS Taxman
The Prison Journal 97 (3), 318-341, 2017
362017
How professionals can add value to their communities and organizations
J Nalbandian, J Keene, R O'Neill, S Portillo
Public Management magazine, published by ICMA–International City/County …, 2007
362007
Cybersecurity management in the states: The emerging role of chief information security officers
M Goodyear, H Goerdel, S Portillo, L Williams
Available at SSRN 2187412, 2010
342010
Mentoring minority and female students: Recommendations for improving mentoring in public administration and public affairs programs
S Portillo
Journal of Public Affairs Education 13 (1), 103-113, 2007
322007
Beyond social equity: Talking social justice in public administration
C Stivers, SK Pandey, L DeHart‐Davis, JL Hall, K Newcomer, S Portillo, ...
Public Administration Review 83 (2), 229-240, 2023
312023
Tempered radicals: Considering street-level community corrections officers and supervisors’ divergence from policies
KR Kras, S Magnuson, S Portillo, FS Taxman
Justice Quarterly 38 (4), 701-724, 2021
262021
Sex logics: Negotiating the prison rape elimination act (PREA) against its’ administrative, safety, and cultural burdens
DS Rudes, S Magnuson, S Portillo, A Hattery
Punishment & Society 23 (2), 241-259, 2021
262021
How race, sex, and age frame the use of authority by local government officials
S Portillo
Law & Social Inquiry 35 (3), 603-623, 2010
242010
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