As part of her research on Politics, studies on Presidential system, Cold war and Democracy are part of the effort. Much of her study explores Social psychology relationship to Dishonesty and Deception. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Law and Public relations in her work. While working on this project, she studies both Public relations and Law. Spanish Civil War is closely attributed to Civil Conflict in her study. Civil Conflict connects with themes related to Spanish Civil War in her study. She regularly ties together related areas like Dynamics (music) in her Acoustics studies. Dynamics (music) is closely attributed to Acoustics in her research. In her articles, Sara McLaughlin Mitchell combines various disciplines, including Truncation (statistics) and Econometrics.
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Alliance Treaty Obligations and Provisions, 1815-1944
Brett Leeds;Jeffrey Ritter;Sara Mitchell;Andrew Long.
International Interactions (2002)
Bones of Contention Comparing Territorial, Maritime, and River Issues
Paul R. Hensel;Sara McLaughlin Mitchell;Thomas E. Sowers;Clayton L. Thyne.
Journal of Conflict Resolution (2008)
Reevaluating Alliance Reliability Specific Threats, Specific Promises
Brett Ashley Leeds;Andrew G. Long;Sara McLaughlin Mitchell.
Journal of Conflict Resolution (2000)
International Institutions and Compliance with Agreements
Sara McLaughlin Mitchell;Paul R. Hensel.
American Journal of Political Science (2007)
Gendered Citation Patterns across Political Science and Social Science Methodology Fields
Michelle L. Dion;Jane Lawrence Sumner;Sara Mc Laughlin Mitchell.
Political Analysis (2018)
A Kantian System? Democracy and Third-Party Conflict Resolution
Sara McLaughlin Mitchell.
American Journal of Political Science (2002)
Conflict management of riparian disputes
Paul R. Hensel;Sara McLaughlin Mitchell;Thomas E. Sowers.
Political Geography (2006)
Rivalry and Diversionary Uses of Force
Sara McLaughlin Mitchell;Brandon C. Prins.
Journal of Conflict Resolution (2004)
Issue indivisibility and territorial claims
Paul R. Hensel;Sara McLaughlin Mitchell.
Gendered Citation Patterns in International Relations Journals
Sara McLaughlin Mitchell;Samantha Lange;Holly Brus.
International Studies Perspectives (2013)
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