SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Richards, David L. and Jillienne Haglund. 2018. “Exploring The Consequences Of The Normative Gap In Legal Protections Addressing Violence Against Women.” in Rashida Manjoo and Jackie Jones, eds. Normative Gaps In The Legal Protection Of Women And Girls From Violence. Routledge.

Anderson, Mary R. and David L. Richards. 2018. “Beyond the Media's Explanation: Examining the Determinants of Attitudes Towards Torture” The Journal of Human Rights

Haglund, Jillienne and David L. Richards. 2017. “Enforcement Of Sexual Violence Law In Post-Civil Conflict Societies” Conflict Management and Peace Science. [PDF]

Richards, David L. 2016. “The Myth of Information Effects in Human Rights Data.” Human Rights Quarterly 38.2: 477-492. [PDF]

Richards, David L., and Jillienne Haglund. 2015. Violence against Women and the Law. Boulder, CO: Routledge. [LINK]

Richards, David L., Alyssa Webb, and K. Chad Clay. 2015. "Respect for Physical Integrity Rights in the 21st Century: Evaluating Poe & Tate's Model 20 Years Later.” Journal of Human Rights 14.4: 291-311. [PDF]

Richards, David L., and Jillienne Haglund. 2015. “Some Effects of Closing the Normative Gap” Addendum to the Human Right Council Thematic report of the Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women, its Causes and Consequences (A/HRC/29/27/Add.5)

Carbonetti, Benjamin, Robert Pomeroy and David L. Richards. 2013. “Overcoming the Lack of Political Will in Small Scale Fisheries.” Marine Policy. [PDF]

Richards, David L. and Benjamin Carbonetti. 2013. “Worth What We Decide: A Defense of the Right to Leisure.” International Journal of Human Rights 17.3: 329-349. [PDF]

Richards, David L. and K. Chad Clay. 2012. “An Umbrella with Holes: Respect for Non-Derogable Human Rights during Declared States of Emergency, 1996-2004” Human Rights Review 13.4: 443-471. [PDF]

Richards, David L. 2012. “Rhetoric and Reality Revisited.” The Journal of Human Rights 11.3: 337-343. [PDF]

Richards, David L., Mandy M. Morrill, and Mary R. Anderson 2012. “Some Psycho-Social Correlates of US Citizen Support for Torture.” Nordic Journal of Human Rights 30.1: 63-95. [PDF]

Richards, David L. 2012. A Review Essay on Human Rights Measurement.” Human Rights and Human Welfare

 

Cingranelli, David L. and David L. Richards. 2010. "The Cingranelli and Richards (CIRI) Human Rights Data Project." Human Rights Quarterly 32.2: pgs 401-424. [PDF]

Richards, David L. and Ronald D. Gelleny. 2007. "Women's Status and Economic Globalization" International Studies Quarterly 51.4: 855-876. [PDF]

Richards, David L. and Ronald D. Gelleny. 2007. "Good Things to Those Who Wait? National Elections and Respect for Human Rights" Journal of Peace Research 44.4: 505-523. [PDF]

Cingranelli, David L. and David L. Richards. 2007. “Measuring Government Effort to Respect Economic Human Rights: A Peer Benchmark” In Alanson Minkler and Shareen Hertel, eds. Economic Rights: Conceptual, Measurement, and Policy Issues. Cambridge Press.

 

Richards, David L. and Ronald D. Gelleny. 2006. "Banking Crises and Internal Political Turmoil" Canadian Journal of Political Science 39.4: 1-25. [PDF]

 

Richards, David L., Ronald Gelleny, and David Sacko. 2001. "Money With A Mean Streak? Foreign Economic Penetration and Government Respect for Human Rights in Developing Countries," International Studies Quarterly 45.2: 219-239. [PDF]

Cingranelli, David L., and David L. Richards. 1999. "Respect for Human Rights After the End of the Cold War," Journal of Peace Research 36.5: 511-534. [PDF]

Cingranelli, David L., and David L. Richards. 1999. "Measuring the Pattern, Level, and Sequence of Government Respect for Human Rights,” International Studies Quarterly 43: 407-417. [PDF]

Richards, David L. 1999. “Perilous Proxy: Human Rights and the Presence of National Elections,” Social Science Quarterly 80.4: 648-665. [PDF]