Mustafa Sagir

Mustafa Sagir

Graduate Assistant

Professional Summary

Mustafa Sagir is a PhD Candidate at the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Cincinnati. His concentration fields are International Relations and Research Methodology. Mustafa’s research interests include: International security with a particular focus on cyber strategy and policy, public opinion, and machine learning applications in social sciences. Mustafa's doctoral dissertation explores the causes of state strategic postures in the cyber domain.

Education

MS: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati/OH, 2017 (Criminal Justice)

Ph.D. Student: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati/OH, 2020 (Political Science)

Positions and Work Experience

08-2015 -10-2016 Concept Development Staff Officer, Project Manager, NATO ACT, Norfolk/VA

08-2018 - Graduate Assistant , University of Cincinnati , Cincinnati/OH

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Mustafa Sagir, Ben Feldmeyer (2020. ) Immigration effects on crime in a midwestern, nontraditional destination: a neighborhood-level analysis of Cincinnati, Ohio.Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, , Volume 18, 2020 (Issue 3 ) ,238 -238-263

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Jack Mewhirter, Mustafa Sagir, Rebecca Sanders (2022. ) Towards a predictive model of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among American adults.Vaccine, ,

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