Publications and Research
Daly, S. E., & Reed, S. R. (Under review). Incels and hegemonic masculinity: A Qualitative Thematic Analysis of Interviews with Involuntary Celibates.
Daly, S. E., & Lavkovtsov, A. (Manuscript in progress). Incels and suicide posts.
Daly, S. E., Rowe, B., Madan, M., & Blinkhorn, A. (Manuscript in progress). Government legitimacy and COVID-19 restriction compliance.
Daly, S. E., & Kell, K. (Manuscript in progress). Media framing of involuntary celibates.
$15,000 research grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to evaluate the It's On Us grant program at colleges and universities (2019-2021)
Interviews and research related to involuntary celibacy and the incel community
COVID-19 restrictions and compliance
Experiences of criminology and criminal justice researchers
Daly, S. E., & Painter, C. (2021). Contributing author. That's what she said: Measuring Michael Scott's self-control in NBC's The Office. In S. E. Daly (Ed.), Theories of crime through popular culture (pp. 123-144). Palgrave Macmillan.
Daly, S. E., & Smith, L. S. (2019). Contributing author. Legitimacy at stake: Learning about race and the criminal justice system. In J. Cooper & K. Jachimowski (Eds.), A closer look at criminal justice (pp. 3-26). Nova Publishing.
Daly, S. E. (2018). Contributing author. Practicing police interactions with high school students. In S. Springer, L. Moss, N. Manvizadeh, & A. Pugliese (Eds.), A school counselor's guide to small groups: Coordination, leadership, & assessment. Association for Specialists in Group Work.
Daly, S. E. (2018). Contributing author. Methodological issues in studying mass violence. In S. E. Daly (Ed.), Assessing and averting the prevalence of mass violence. IGI Global.
Daly, S. E. (2018). Contributing author. A qualitative approach to understanding active shooters. In S. E. Daly (Ed.), Assessing and averting the prevalence of mass violence. IGI Global.
Daly, S. E. (2016). Contributing author. Gang violence in schools: Safety measures and their effectiveness. In M. Palasinski & S. Harding (Eds.), Psychological perspectives on youth gang behavior, violence, and weapons use. IGI Global.