Erin M. Kearns
Erin M. Kearns
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice & NCITE, University of Nebraska at Omaha
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Why Do Some Terrorist Attacks Receive More Media Attention Than Others?
EM Kearns, A Betus, A Lemieux
Justice Quarterly, 2019
Lying about terrorism
EM Kearns, B Conlon, JK Young
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 37 (5), 422-439, 2014
Military tactics in civil war
EM Kearns, JK Young
Routledge Handbook of Civil Wars, 273-282, 2014
Why Are Some Officers More Supportive of Community Policing with Minorities than Others?
EM Kearns
Justice Quarterly 34 (7), 1213-1245, 2017
"If Torture Is Wrong, What About 24?" Torture and the Hollywood Effect
EM Kearns, JK Young
CRIME & DELINQUENCY 64 (12), 1568-1589, 2018
Is it Terrorism: Public Perceptions, Media, and Labeling the Las Vegas Shooting
M Dolliver, EM Kearns
Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2019
Empirical Challenges to Studying Terrorism and Homicide
JK Young, EM Kearns
The Handbook of Homicide, 231, 2017
How Perpetrator Identity (Sometimes) Influences Media Framing Attacks as 'Terrorism' or 'Mental Illness.'
A Betus, E Kearns, A Lemieux
Communication Research, 2020
Racial Differences in Conceptualizing Legitimacy and Trust in Police
EM Kearns, E Ashooh, B Lowrey-Kinberg
American Journal of Criminal Justice, 2019
When to Take Credit for Terrorism?: A Cross-National Examination of Claims and Attributions
EM Kearns
Terrorism and Political Violence, 2019
Political Action as a Function of Grievances, Risk, and Social Identity: An Experimental Approach
EM Kearns, V Asal, JI Walsh, C Federico, A Lemieux
Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2018
When Data Don't Matter: Exploring Public Perceptions of Terrorism
EM Kearns, A Betus, A Lemieux
Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2019
Yes, the media do underreport some terrorist attacks. Just not the ones most people think of
EM Kearns, A Betus, A Lemieux
The Washington Post, 2017
If you see something, do you say something?: The role of legitimacy and trust in policing minority communities in counterterrorism
EM Kearns
Doctoral Dissertation, 2016
The study of torture: Why it persists, why perceptions of it are malleable, and why it is difficult to eradicate
EM Kearns
Laws 4 (1), 1-15, 2014
Tortured Logic: Why Some Americans Support the Use of Torture in Counterterrorism
EM Kearns, JK Young
Columbia University Press, 2020
Wait, There's Torture in Zootopia?: Examining the Prevalence of Torture in Popular Movies
C Delehanty, E Kearns
Perspectives on Politics, 2020
How Social Dominance Orientation Shapes Perceptions of Police
B Lowrey-Kinberg, H Mellinger, EM Kearns
Policing: An International Journal, 2020
Exploring Officer Views of Community Policing in Counterterrorism
EM Kearns
Police Practice and Research, 2018
Support for political mobilization and protest in Egypt and Morocco: an online experimental study
AF Lemieux, EM Kearns, V Asal, JI Walsh
Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict 10 (2-3), 124-142, 2017
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