- Unintended Consequences of Neighbourhood Restructuring: Uncertainty, Disrupted Social Networks and Increased Fear of Violent Victimization Among Young Adults
- The Spatial Distribution and Social Ecology of ‘Public’ and ‘Private’ Homicide Types in Toronto: A Case for Data Disaggregation
- The Spatial Distribution and Social Context for Homicide in Toronto’s Neighbourhoods, 1988-2003
- The Oxford Handbook on Ethnicity, Immigration, and Crime
- Narratives and Counternarratives: Somali-Canadians on Recruitment as Foreign Fighters to Al-Shabaab
- Case Study: Black Homicide Victimization in Toronto, Ontario Canada
Dr. Sara Thompson is an Associate Professor in the Department Criminology at Ryerson University. Her research and teaching interests fall in the areas of social inequality, exclusion and marginalization, the social and spatial distribution of urban violence, community resilience, ‘pathways’ to radicalization/violent extremism, and the negative effects that state-based policies and practices may have on those directly affected by them.