Now showing items 1-10 of 17
A Dynamic Model of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder for Military Personnel and Veterans
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) stands out as a major mental illness; however, little is known about effective policies for mitigating the problem. The importance and complexity of PTSD raise critical questions: What ...
Biopolitical and Disciplinary Peacebuilding: Sport, Reforming Bodies and Rebuilding Societies
(Taylor & Francis, 2015-03-25)
The peacebuilding political rationality established in the first years of the current century broadened the target of such efforts from state institutions to populations and adopted an array of disciplinary and biopolitical ...
Interactional dynamics of same-sex marriage legislation in the United States
(The Royal Society, 2017)
Understanding how people form opinions and make decisions is a complex phenomenon that depends on both personal practices and interactions. Recent availability of real-world data has enabled quantitative analysis of opinion ...
The Dilemmas of Citizen Inclusion in Urban Planning and Governance to Enable a 1.5 °C Climate Change Scenario
(Cogitatio Press, 2018-04-24)
Cities around the world are facilitating ambitious and inclusive action on climate change by adopting participatory and collaborative planning approaches. However, given the major political, spatial, and scalar interdependencies ...
The European Union and Peacebuilding: A Sysyphean but Essential Responsibility
(Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2013)
Recognizing and Confronting State Subjectivity in Asylum Adjudications
(York University, 2015)
United States law charges America’s asylum officers with providing humanitarian protection for refugees while simultaneously securing the nation from external threats. This mandate requires that asylum officers balance ...
Effects of Government Spending on Research Workforce Development: Evidence from Biomedical Postdoctoral Researchers
We examine effects of government spending on postdoctoral researchers’ (postdocs) productivity in biomedical sciences, the largest population of postdocs in the US. We analyze changes in the productivity of postdocs before ...
Exploring Producers', Staff Members', and Board Members' Cognitive Frame on Decision Making in an Appalachian Organic Farming Venture
(Southern Rural Sociological Association, 2012)
Sustainable development assistance organizations (SDAOs) aim to help producers of natural resource products move their goods and services to market. This article explores how the cognitive frames held by producers, staff, ...
Women's College Decisions: How Much Does Marriage Matter?
(University of Chicago Press, 2011-10)
This article investigates the sequential college attendance decision of young women and quantifies the effect of marriage expectations on their decision to attend and graduate from college. A dynamic choice model of college ...
Reconstructing Iraq: merging discourses of security and development
(Cambridge University Press, 2007-04)
This article argues that reconstruction is an emerging discourse of international politics that merges security and development discourses in powerful and troubling ways. We focus on Iraq as a site for articulating and ...