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Publications and Research Activities

Maureen S. Hiebert, "Questioning Boundaries:  What's Old and What's New in Comparative Genocide Theory", in Genocide Matters: Ongoing Issues and Emerging Perspectives, Joyce Apsel and Ernesto Verdeja (eds.) (Routledge, April 2013), Chapter 2.

Maureen S. Hiebert, "Do Criminal Trials Prevent Genocide?  A Critical Analysis", in Impediments to The Prevention and Intervention of Genocide, Vol. 9, Samuel Totten (ed.) (New York:  Transaction Press, 2013), Chapter 9. 

Mark O. Dickerson, Thomas Flanagan and Brenda O'Neill have authored the 9th edition of "An Introduction to Government and Politics: A Conceptual  Approach", (Toronto: Nelson, 2014).

Bassem Nabil Hafez, "New Social Movements and the Egyptian Spring:  A Comparative Analysis between the April 6 Movement and The Revolutionary Socialists." In:  Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 1-2, pp. 98-113.

Dr. Melanee Thomas co-authored "Sacrificial Lambs, Women Candidates, and District Competitiveness in Canada," with Marc André Bodet in Electoral Studies (Available online 22 December 2012). 

Dr. Susan Franceschet,  an edited collection co-edited with Jordi Diez "Comparative Public Policy in Latin America", University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division, November 2012, 328 pages, ISBN 9781442610903.

Dave Snow "The Judicialization of Assisted Reproductive Technology Policy in Canada: Decentralization, Medicalization, and Mandatory Regulation". Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 27(2):169-188.

Dave Snow and Benjamin Moffitt "Straddling the Divide:  Mainstream Populism and Conservatism in Howard's Australia and Harper's Canada". Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 50(3):271-292.

Dr. Susan Franceschet co-authored "Separate but Not Equal:  The Effects of Municipal Electoral Reform on Female Representation in Chile" in the Political Research Quarterly, December 2012, Vol. 65, No. 4, 758-770.

Dr. Melanee Thomas "The Complexity Conundrum: Why Hasn't the Gender Gap in Subjective Political Competence Closed?", Canadian Journal of Political Science, June 2012, 45:2, 337-358.

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