Articles

Courts, Democracy and Governance.  Special Issue of Comparative Political Studies

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Short Title People Involved Related Fields
Risks and Risk Governance in Unconventional Shale Gas Development (2014) Aseem Prakash Environmental Politics
State Government Organization of Health Services, 1990-2009: Correlates and Consequences (2014) Christopher Adolph Health Policy
Lawyers, Guns, & Money: Public Interest Litigation, Mass Media, and the Politics of Responsibility (2014) Michael W. McCann American Politics, Media Studies
Voting Behavior and Electoral Irregularities in Kenya’s 2013 Election (2014) James D. Long Africa, Area Studies
Violence and Risk Preference: Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan (2014) James D. Long Area Studies, Violence and Trauma
The Unbearable Lightness of Rights: On Sociolegal Inquiry in the Global Era (2014) Michael W. McCann Civil Rights, Political Theory
Organization in the Crowd: Peer Production in Large-Scale Networked Protests (2014) W. Lance Bennett Civic Engagement, Media Studies, Political Communication
Grassroots Organizing in the Digital Age: Considering Values and Technology in Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street (2014) W. Lance Bennett, Caterina Rost Civic Engagement, Media Studies, Political Communication
Dealing with Dictators: Negotiated Democratization and the Fate of Outgoing Autocrats (2014) Victor Menaldo Comparative Politics
Gaming Democracy: The Role of Elite Welfare in Democratic Transition (2014) Victor Menaldo Comparative Politics
Rights and Ritual: The Past, Present and Future of Rights Mobilization Scholarship (2014) Michael W. McCann Civil Rights, Legal Mobilization, Political Theory
The Personal is Political: On Twentieth Century Activist Lawyers for Civil Rightsand Civil Liberties (2014) Michael W. McCann Civil Rights, Legal Mobilization
Organization in the Crowd: Looking Ahead (2014) W. Lance Bennett Civic Engagement, Media Studies, Political Communication
Staying Focused: Tracing the Flow of Ideas from the Online Parliament to Canberra (2013) John D. Wilkerson Comparative Politics
Where is the Tipping Point? Bilateral Trade and the Diffusion of Human Rights, 1982-2004 (2013) Aseem Prakash Human Rights
Green Clubs: Collective Action and Voluntary Environmental Programs (2013) Aseem Prakash Environmental Politics
Economic Development and Gender Equality: Is there a Gender Kuznets Curve? (2013) Aseem Prakash Gender, Political Economy
Signaling Environmental Stewardship in the Shadow of Weak Governance: The Global Diffusion of ISO 14001 (2013) Aseem Prakash Environmental Politics
Do Voluntary Programs Reduce Pollution? Examining ISO 14001’s Effectiveness across Countries (2013) Aseem Prakash Environmental Politics
Kenya’s 2013 Election: Choosing Peace Over Democracy (2013) James D. Long Africa, Area Studies
Income, Occupation, and Preferences for Redistribution in the Developing World (2013) James D. Long Political Economy, Comparative Politics
Party Attributes, Performance, and Voting in Africa (2013) James D. Long Africa, Comparative Politics
Participation in the Youth Civic Web: Assessing User Activity Levels in Websites Presenting Two Civic Styles (2013) W. Lance Bennett Civic Engagement, Media Studies, Political Communication
Legal Rights (2013) Michael W. McCann Civil Rights, Legal Mobilization, Political Theory
The Logic of Connective Action: Digital Media and the Personalization of Contentious Politics (2013) W. Lance Bennett Civic Engagement, Media Studies, Political Communication

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