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JLC Ph.D. Student Publications 2012-­‐2014 Cuesta, J., & Alda, E. (2012). The Effects of Trust on Victimization in Colombia. Journal of
Peace Research 49 (6): 833-846.
Crossland, C., Palmer, J., & Brooks, A. (2013). NIJ’s program of research on violence against
American Indian and Alaska Native women. Violence Against Women, 19(6), 771- 790.
Johnson, Robert, Max Looper, and Maya Barak. (2013). "Thinking about Human Dignity
in the American Prison Context: Some Preliminary Reflections on a Special Class of
Migrants and Refugees." Sicurezza e Scienze Sociali 1(1) [Security and Social Sciences
Journal]: 173-182.
Alda, Erik & Sala, W. J. (2014). “Links between Terrorism, Organized Crime and Crime:
The Case of the Sahel Region.” Stability: International Journal of Security and Development.
In Print.
Alda, Erik. (2014). “How are Police doing in Combating Crime?: An Efficiency Analysis of
the Policia Nacional Civil in Guatemala”. Policing: An International Journal of Police
Strategies and Management. 37 (1): 87-107.
Barak, Maya Pagni. (2014). “Re-Imagining Punishment: An Exercise in “Intersectional
Criminal Justice” Laws, 3(4), 693-705; doi: 10.3390/laws3040693
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Rough Justice: Penal Sanctions, Human
Dignity, and Human Rights)
Johnson, Robert, Laura Caitlin Kanewske, and Maya Barak. (2014). "Death Row
Confinement and the Meaning of Last Words." Laws 3: 141-152.
Johnson, Robert, Sandra McGunigall-Smith, Christopher Miller, and Aubrey Rose. (2014).
“Autonomy in Extremis: An Intelligent Waiver of Appeals on Death Row.” American
Journal of Criminal Justice 39: (available online; In Print).
Johnson, Robert and Rachel Ternes. (2014). “Time on the Cross: A Meditation on Lethal
Injection,” Seattle Journal for Social Justice 13 (1): 103-111.
Kearns, Erin M., Brendan L. Conlon, and Joseph K. Young. (2014). "Lying about
Terrorism." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 37(5): 422 - 439.
Savage, J., Palmer, J., & Martin, A.B. (2014). Intergenerational transmission: Does physical
abuse have a unique and specific relationship with violence? Journal of Family Violence.
In Print.
Kearns, Erin M. (2015). “The Study of Torture: Why It Persists, Why Perceptions of It are
Malleable, and Why It is Difficult to Eradicate” Laws, 4(1), 1-15; doi: