Burkhardt, Brett C., and Connor, Brian. (2015). Durkheim, Punishment, and Prison Privatization. Social Currents. DOI: 10.1177/2329496515604641
Kleinstuber, Ross. (2015). Attorneys’ Use of Hegemonic Tales and Subversive Stories in the Presentation of Capital Mitigation. Criminal Justice Review. DOI: 10.1177/0734016815611726
Rubin, Ashley T. (2015). The Consequences of Prisoners’ Micro-Resistance. Law & Social Inquiry. DOI: 10.1111/lsi.12158
Verma, Anjuli. (2015). The Law-Before: Legacies and Gaps in Penal Reform. Law & Society Review, 49(4), 847-882.
Zaykowski, Heather, Kleinstuber, Ross, and McDonough, Caitlin. (2014). Judicial Narratives of Ideal and Deviant Victims in Judges’ Capital Sentencing Decisions. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 39(4), 716-731.
BOOKS/BOOK CHAPTERS/EDITED COLLECTIONS
Bowers, William J., Kelly, Christopher E., Kleinstuber, Ross, Vartkessian, Elizabeth, and Sandys, Marla. (2014). “The Life or Death Sentencing Decision: It’s at Odds with Constitutional Standards; Is It beyond Human Ability?” In James R. Acker, Robert M. Bohm, and Charles S. Lanier (Eds.), America’s Experiment with Capital Punishment, 3rd ed.. Durham: Carolina Academic Press.
De Giorgi, Alessandro (special issue editor). (2015). Beyond Mass Incarceration: Crisis and Critique in North American Penal Systems. Social Justice, 42(2).
Fleury-Steiner, Benjamin and Kleinstuber, Ross. (2015). “The Death Penalty.” In James D. Wright (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd ed., Vol. 5. Oxford: Elsevier.
Kleinstuber, Ross. (2016). “McCleskey and the Lingering Problem of ‘Race.’” In David Keys & R. J. Maratea (Eds.), Race and the Death Penalty: The Legacy of McCleskey v. Kemp. Boulder: Lynne Reinner.
Kleinstuber, Ross. (2015). “Genocide: Social and Economic Aspects.” In James D. Wright (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd ed., Vol. 10. Oxford: Elsevier.
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