Kristina Murphy
Kristina Murphy
Professor and Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Griffith Criminology
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
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Public satisfaction with police: Using procedural justice to improve police legitimacy
L Hinds, K Murphy
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 40 (1), 27-42, 2007
5312007
The role of trust in nurturing compliance: A study of accused tax avoiders
K Murphy
Law and human behavior 28 (2), 187-209, 2004
4562004
Regulating more effectively: The relationship between procedural justice, legitimacy, and tax non‐compliance
K Murphy
Journal of law and Society 32 (4), 562-589, 2005
4292005
Encouraging public cooperation and support for police
K Murphy, L Hinds, J Fleming
Policing & Society 18 (2), 136-155, 2008
3902008
Nurturing regulatory compliance: Is procedural justice effective when people question the legitimacy of the law?
K Murphy, TR Tyler, A Curtis
Regulation & governance 3 (1), 1-26, 2009
3312009
Procedural justice and compliance behaviour: The mediating role of emotions
K Murphy, T Tyler
European journal of social psychology 38 (4), 652-668, 2008
2782008
Understanding cooperation with police in a diverse society
K Murphy, A Cherney
The British Journal of Criminology 52 (1), 181-201, 2012
2762012
Officers as mirrors: Policing, procedural justice and the (re) production of social identity
B Bradford, K Murphy, J Jackson
British journal of criminology 54 (4), 527-550, 2014
2672014
Taxation threat, motivational postures, and responsive regulation
V Braithwaite, K Murphy, M Reinhart
Law & Policy 29 (1), 137-158, 2007
2222007
Public satisfaction with police: The importance of procedural justice and police performance in police-citizen encounters
K Murphy
Australian & New Zealand journal of criminology 42 (2), 159-178, 2009
2112009
Shaming, shame and recidivism: A test of reintegrative shaming theory in the white-collar crime context
K Murphy, N Harris
The British Journal of Criminology 47 (6), 900-917, 2007
2052007
Fostering cooperation with the police: How do ethnic minorities in Australia respond to procedural justice-based policing?
K Murphy, A Cherney
Australian & New Zealand journal of criminology 44 (2), 235-257, 2011
2012011
Enforcing tax compliance: to punish or persuade?
K Murphy
Economic analysis and policy 38 (1), 113-135, 2008
1972008
Promoting trust in police: Findings from a randomised experimental field trial of procedural justice policing
K Murphy, L Mazerolle, S Bennett
Policing and society 24 (4), 405-424, 2014
1612014
Ethnicity, trust and cooperation with police: Testing the dominance of the process-based model
E Sargeant, K Murphy, A Cherney
European journal of criminology 11 (4), 500-524, 2014
1582014
Procedural justice and tax compliance
K Murphy
Australian Journal of Social Issues 38 (3), 379-408, 2003
1362003
‘Tax Morale in Australia: what shapes it and has it changed over time?’(2004) 7 (2)
B Torgler, K Murphy
Journal of Australian Taxation 298, 2004
134*2004
Does procedural justice matter to youth? Comparing adults' and youths' willingness to collaborate with police
K Murphy
Policing and society 25 (1), 53-76, 2015
1172015
Dissociations between implicit and explicit memory in children: The role of strategic processing and the knowledge base
K Murphy, E McKone, J Slee
Journal of experimental child psychology 84 (2), 124-165, 2003
1102003
Support for terrorism: The role of beliefs in Jihad and institutional responses to terrorism
A Cherney, K Murphy
Terrorism and political violence 31 (5), 1049-1069, 2019
1052019
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