2018 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1912 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
Human rights, Democracy, Political economy, Politics and Social psychology are his primary areas of study. He works mostly in the field of Human rights, limiting it down to concerns involving Democratization and, occasionally, Proposition, Duration, Regime change and Development economics. His Democracy research includes elements of Persecution and State.
The various areas that Christian Davenport examines in his Political economy study include Torture, Law, Coercion and Polity. His work in the fields of Politics, such as Political repression, intersects with other areas such as Psychological repression. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Positive economics and Self-expression values.
His primary scientific interests are in Politics, Political economy, State, Law and Human rights. His study explores the link between Politics and topics such as Social psychology that cross with problems in Perception. In Political economy, he works on issues like Political authorities, which are connected to Territorial jurisdiction and Public relations.
His research in State intersects with topics in Demographic economics, Torture, Public administration, Social movement and Democracy. His work is dedicated to discovering how Law, Criminology are connected with Newspaper and Law enforcement and other disciplines. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Human rights, narrowing it down to issues related to the Democratization, and often Injustice, Transitional justice, Law and economics and Argument.
His primary areas of investigation include Politics, Political economy, State, Classical mechanics and Continuum. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Regional science and Politics. His work carried out in the field of Political economy brings together such families of science as Social movement, Terrorism, Human rights and Spanish Civil War.
His State research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Political violence, Civil Conflict, Genocide, Ethnic group and Field. The concepts of his Ethnic group study are interwoven with issues in Conflict analysis, Global politics, Gender studies and Cultural conflict. Borrowing concepts from Traction, he weaves in ideas under Classical mechanics.
His main research concerns Classical mechanics, Continuum, Politics, Traction and Regional science. His Politics research includes themes of Organizational behavior, Coercion and Public relations. His Regional science study spans across into fields like Event data and Cross national.
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Protesting While Black? The Differential Policing of American Activism, 1960 to 1990
Christian Davenport;Sarah A. Soule;David A. Armstrong.
American Sociological Review (2011)
Velvet glove, iron fist, or even hand? protest policing in the united states, 1960-1990
Sarah Soule;Christian Davenport.
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