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Erin M. Kearns
Erin M. Kearns
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice & NCITE, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Verified email at unomaha.edu - Homepage
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Why Do Some Terrorist Attacks Receive More Media Attention Than Others?
EM Kearns, A Betus, A Lemieux
Justice Quarterly, 2019
2332019
Lying about terrorism
EM Kearns, B Conlon, JK Young
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 37 (5), 422-439, 2014
572014
Military tactics in civil war
EM Kearns, JK Young
Routledge Handbook of Civil Wars, 273-282, 2014
51*2014
Why Are Some Officers More Supportive of Community Policing with Minorities than Others?
EM Kearns
Justice Quarterly 34 (7), 1213-1245, 2017
342017
"If Torture Is Wrong, What About 24?" Torture and the Hollywood Effect
EM Kearns, JK Young
CRIME & DELINQUENCY 64 (12), 1568-1589, 2018
302018
Is it Terrorism: Public Perceptions, Media, and Labeling the Las Vegas Shooting
M Dolliver, EM Kearns
Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2019
222019
Empirical Challenges to Studying Terrorism and Homicide
JK Young, EM Kearns
The Handbook of Homicide, 231, 2017
22*2017
How Perpetrator Identity (Sometimes) Influences Media Framing Attacks as 'Terrorism' or 'Mental Illness.'
A Betus, E Kearns, A Lemieux
Communication Research, 2020
20*2020
Racial Differences in Conceptualizing Legitimacy and Trust in Police
EM Kearns, E Ashooh, B Lowrey-Kinberg
American Journal of Criminal Justice, 2019
172019
When to Take Credit for Terrorism?: A Cross-National Examination of Claims and Attributions
EM Kearns
Terrorism and Political Violence, 2019
172019
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
142018
When Data Don't Matter: Exploring Public Perceptions of Terrorism
EM Kearns, A Betus, A Lemieux
Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2019
132019
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
13*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
8*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
8*2014
Tortured Logic: Why Some Americans Support the Use of Torture in Counterterrorism
EM Kearns, JK Young
Columbia University Press, 2020
72020
Wait, There's Torture in Zootopia?: Examining the Prevalence of Torture in Popular Movies
C Delehanty, E Kearns
Perspectives on Politics, 2020
72020
How Social Dominance Orientation Shapes Perceptions of Police
B Lowrey-Kinberg, H Mellinger, EM Kearns
Policing: An International Journal, 2020
72020
Exploring Officer Views of Community Policing in Counterterrorism
EM Kearns
Police Practice and Research, 2018
72018
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
72017
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