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Work in progress
Blogs posts and other news contributions
Work in progress
- State repression in the digital age. (Book Project).
- From riot police to tweets: How world leaders use social media during contentious politics. with Pablo Barberá (LSE) and Thomas Zeitzoff (American University), and Evgeniia Iakhnis (USC). under review.
- Transparency Intersections in Studying Violence: The Politics and Ethics of Data Access across Methodological Boundaries. with Noelle Brigden (Marquette University). under review.
- Why are journalists killed in democracies? with Sabine Carey (University of Mannheim)
- Women Combatants and the Politics of Gender-Based Repression in the Syrian Conflict
- Gohdes, Anita R. 'Repression technology: Internet accessibility and state violence.' American Journal of Political Science. accepted.
- Gatto, Malu A. C., Gohdes, Anita R., Traber, Denise & Mariken van der Velden: "Selecting In or Selection Out? Gender gaps and political methodology in Europe." PS: Political Science & Politics. accepted.
- Gohdes, Anita R. 2018. 'Studying the Internet and Violent Conflict', Conflict Management and Peace Science, 35(1), 89-106.
- Birnir, Jóhanna K. & Anita R. Gohdes 2018. 'Voting in the Shadow of Violence: Electoral Politics and Conflict in Peru', Journal of Global Security Studies, 3(2): 181-197.
- Gohdes, Anita R. 2018. "The Relationship between State and Corporate Censorship", Comparative Politics Newsletter 28(2):31-37. 2018.
- Gohdes, Anita R. 2018. "Reflections on digital technologies, repression, and resistance", State Crime Journal 7(1). Spring 2018.
- Gohdes, Anita R. & Sabine C. Carey 2017. 'Canaries in a Coal Mine: What the killings of journalists tell us about future repression.', Journal of Peace Research, 54 (2):157-174.
- Runner-up for the Nils Petter Gleditsch JPR Article of the Year Award, 2017
- Gohdes, Anita R. 2017. 'Bringing perpetrator and victim identities into empirical ethnic conflict research', Ethnopolitics. 16(1): 28-33.
- reprinted in: Ethnic Politics and Conflict/Violence: State of the Field and New Directions, Erika Forsberg, Jóhanna K. Birnir and Christian Davenport (eds), Routledge.
- Price, Megan E., Gohdes, Anita R. & Patrick Ball 2015. 'Documents of war: Understanding the Syrian conflict', Significance, 12(2): 14–19.
- Gohdes, Anita R. 2015. 'Pulling the Plug: Network Disruptions and Violence in Civil Conflict', Journal of Peace Research. [working paper version], 52(3): 352–367.
- Gohdes, Anita R. & Megan E. Price 2013.'First Things First: Assessing Data Quality before Model Quality', Journal of Conflict Resolution, 57(6): 1090-1108.
- Landman, Todd, Kernohan, David & Anita R. Gohdes 2012.'Relativizing Human Rights', Journal of Human Rights, 11(4): 460-485.
- 'The Promises and Pitfalls of Data Analysis for Accountability and Justice' (with Megan Price). In Radwan Ziadeh (ed): Accountability and Transitional Justice in Syria. Lexington Books. forthcoming.
- 2013: ‘Multiple recapture techniques for estimating casualties in armed conflict’, with Daniel Manrique-Vallier and Megan Price. In Taylor Seybolt, Baruch Fischhoff, and Jay Aronson (eds) Counting Civilian Casualties. An Introduction to Recording and Estimating Nonmilitary Deaths in Conflict, pp.77-93. New York: Oxford University Press. [working paper]
- 2013: ‘A matter of convenience: challenges of non-random data in analyzing human rights violations in Peru and Sierra Leone’, with Todd Landman. In Taylor Seybolt, Baruch Fischhoff, and Jay Aronson (eds) Counting Civilian Casualties. An Introduction to Recording and Estimating Nonmilitary Deaths in Conflict, pp. 165-82. New York: Oxford University Press. [html version here]
- Price, Megan, Anita Gohdes & Patrick Ball 'Technical Memo for Amnesty International Report on Deaths in
Detention'. Report commissioned by Amnesty International. 18 Aug. 2016.
- Price, Megan, Anita Gohdes & Patrick Ball 'Updated Statistical Analysis of Documentation of Killings in the Syrian Arab Republic'. Report commissioned by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. 22 Aug. 2014.
- Gohdes, Anita ‘Different convenience samples, different stories: The case of Sierra Leone’, The Human Rights Data Analysis Group at Benetech, Palo Alto.
Blogs posts and other news contributions
- Birnir, Jóhanna K. & Anita Gohdes: "Understanding Insurgent Violence in the Context of Elections", Political Violence @ a Glance Blog, 16 Apr. 2018.
- Gohdes, Anita: "Understanding Journalist Killings as Acts of Localized Repression", Mobilizing Ideas Symposium, 18 Oct 2017.
- Gohdes, Anita: "Critical debates on quantitative human rights measures: an incomplete reading list", Responsible Data Forum, 10 Apr 2017.
- Gohdes, Anita & Sabine Carey: "We examined more than 1,300 journalist killings between 2002 and 2013. Here’s what we learned.", Washington Post - Monkey Cage, 28 Mar 2017.
- Gohdes, Anita & Sabine Carey: "Fünf Gründe, warum wir den Tötungen von Medienschaffenden mehr Aufmerksamkeit schenken sollten", DeFacto Blog, 29 Mar 2017.
- Gohdes, Anita: Twitter & Co: Nicht nur Waffen der Demokratisierung, DeFacto Blog, 22 Sept 2016.
- Gohdes, Anita: Internet Shutdowns During Political Unrest Are Becoming Normal – And It Should Worry Us, Political Violence @ a Glance Blog, 16 Sept. 2016.
- Gohdes, Anita: From repressing digital content to repressing people, Internet Policy Review, 30 July 2016.
- Price, Megan, Anita Gohdes, Jay D. Aronson, and Christopher McNaboe: Re: Civilian deaths from weapons used in the Syrian conflict. BMJ: British Medical Journal, Rapid Response, vol. 351, Sept 2015.
- Gohdes, Anita: Ausspähen und töten, Kulturaustausch: Ausgabe IV/2015, Ich und die Technik. 2015.
- Gohdes, Anita: When Internet access becomes a weapon, Washington Post - Monkey Cage, 24 Feb. 2015.
- Price, Megan & Anita Gohdes: Searching for Trends: Analyzing Patterns in Conflict Violence Data, Political Violence @ a Glance Blog, 2 Apr. 2014.
- Gohdes, Anita & Sabine C. Carey: Protest and the Outsourcing of State Repression, Political Violence @ a Glance Blog, 26 Feb. 2014.
- 2013: Book Review: Insincere Commitments: Human Rights Treaties, Abusive States and Citizen Activism, by Heather Smith-Cannoy (2012), Journal of Peace Research, 50(2): 259-64.
- 2013: Book Review: Campaigning for Justice: Human Rights Advocacy in Practice, by Jo Becker (2013), Journal of Peace Research, 50(4): 533-39.