Publications by Type: Journal Article

2021
Abel, Jessamyn. 2021. “Information Society on Track: Communication, Crime, and the Bullet Train.” The Journal of Japanese Studies 47 (2): 349–379. Article link
Abel, Jessamyn. 2021. “Technologies of Cold War Diplomacy: Transforming Postwar Japan.” Technology and Culture 62 (1): 128–155. Article link
Aldrich, Daniel. 2021. “The dual effect of social ties on COVID-19 spread in Japan.” (With Timothy Fraser) Scientific Reports 11. Article link
Arrington, Celeste. 2021. “Insider Activists and Secondhand Smoke Countermeasures in Japan.” Asian Survey 61 (4).
Catalinac, Amy. 2021. “A Tournament Theory of Pork Barrel Politics: The Case of Japan.” (With Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and Alistair Smith) Comparative Political Studies 53 (10–11): 1619–1655. Article link
Gordon, Andrew, and Michael Reich. 2021. “The Puzzle of Vaccine Hesitancy in Japan.” The Journal of Japanese Studies 47 (2): 411–436. Article link
Govella, Kristi. 2021. “The Adaptation of Japanese Economic Statecraft: Trade, Aid, and Technology.” World Trade Review, 1–⁠17. Article link
Kage, Rieko. 2021. “Varieties of Public Attitudes toward Immigration: Evidence from Survey Experiments in Japan.” (With Frances Rosenbluth and Seiki Tanaka) Political Research Quarterly. Article link
Kim, Claudia Junghyun. 2021. “Scope Mismatch: Explaining the Expansion of Anti-Military Infrastructure-Siting Campaigns.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 26 (1): 109–⁠125. Article link
Littlejohn, Andrew. 2021. “Ruins for the future: Critical allegory and disaster governance in post-tsunami Japan.” American Ethnologist 48 (1): 7–21. Article link
McClean, Charles. 2021. “The Element of Surprise: Election Timing and Opposition Preparedness.” Comparative Political Studies. Article link
McElwain, Kenneth Mori. 2021. “The proposer or the proposal? An experimental analysis of constitutional beliefs.” (With Shusei Eshima and Christian Winkler) Japanese Journal of Political Science 22 (1). Article link
2020
Bartlett, Benjamin. 2020. “Cybersecurity in Japan.” The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Politics. Article link
Kalicki, Konrad. 2020. “Trading Liberty: Assisted Repatriation in Liberal Democracies.” Government and Opposition 55 (4): 711–731. Article link
Kim, Claudia Junghyun. 2020. “Activist Disconnect: Social Movements, Public Opinion, and U.S. Military Bases in East Asia.” (With Taylor Boas) Armed Forces & Society 46 (4): 619–⁠715. Article link
Kim, Claudia Junghyun. 2020. “Dugong v. Rumsfeld: social movements and the construction of ecological security.” European Journal of International Relations 27 (1): 258–⁠280. Article link
2019
Arrington, Celeste. 2019. “Hiding in Plain Sight: Pseudonymity and Participation in Legal Mobilization.” Comparative Political Studies 52 (2): 310–341. Article link

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