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Charli Carpenter
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Setting the advocacy agenda: Theorizing issue emergence and nonemergence in transnational advocacy networks
RC Carpenter
International Studies Quarterly 51 (1), 99-120, 2007
6192007
Recognizing gender-based violence against civilian men and boys in conflict situations
RC Carpenter
The criminology of war, 377-397, 2017
5792017
“Women, children and other vulnerable groups”: Gender, strategic frames and the protection of civilians as a transnational issue
RC Carpenter
International Studies Quarterly 49 (2), 295-334, 2005
4462005
'Innocent Women and Children': Gender, Norms and the Protection of Civilians
RC Carpenter
Routledge, 2016
3432016
Vetting the advocacy agenda: Network centrality and the paradox of weapons norms
RC Carpenter
International Organization 65 (1), 69-102, 2011
3312011
Studying issue (non)-adoption in transnational advocacy networks
RC Carpenter
International Organization 61 (3), 643-667, 2007
2632007
‘Women and children first’: Gender, norms, and humanitarian evacuation in the Balkans 1991–95
RC Carpenter
International Organization 57 (4), 661-694, 2003
2582003
Lost Causes: Agenda vetting in global issue networks and the shaping of human security
C Carpenter
Cornell University Press, 2014
237*2014
Forgetting children born of war: Setting the human rights agenda in Bosnia and beyond
C Carpenter
Columbia University Press, 2010
1992010
Rights-based approaches to development: Implications for NGOs
S Kindornay, J Ron, C Carpenter
Human Rights Quarterly, 472-506, 2012
1852012
Surfacing children: Limitations of genocidal rape discourse
RC Carpenter
Hum. Rts. Q. 22, 428, 2000
1792000
Born of war: Protecting children of sexual violence survivors in conflict zones
RC Carpenter
Kumarian Press, 2007
1712007
Gender theory in world politics: Contributions of a nonfeminist standpoint?
RC Carpenter
International Studies Review 4 (3), 153-165, 2002
1452002
Governing the global agenda:‘gatekeepers’ and ‘issue adoption’in transnational advocacy networks
RC Carpenter
Who governs the globe 202, 2010
1032010
Explaining the advocacy agenda: Insights from the human security network
C Carpenter, S Duygulu, AH Montgomery, A Rapp
International Organization 68 (2), 449-470, 2014
1012014
The treatment of hypophyseal stalk tumors by evacuation and irradiation.
C Rc
Am J Roentgenol 38, 162-177, 1939
901939
Rethinking the political/-science-/fiction nexus: Global policy making and the campaign to stop killer robots
C Carpenter
Perspectives on Politics 14 (1), 53-69, 2016
832016
International Relations 2.0: The implications of new media for an old profession
C Carpenter, DW Drezner
International Studies Perspectives 11 (3), 255-272, 2010
742010
Does science fiction affect political fact? Yes and no: A survey experiment on “Killer Robots”
KL Young, C Carpenter
International Studies Quarterly 62 (3), 562-576, 2018
612018
“You talk of terrible things so matter-of-factly in this language of science”: constructing human rights in the academy
C Carpenter
Perspectives on Politics 10 (2), 363-383, 2012
542012
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