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John Marshall Law School

2012

Military, War, and Peace

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Alone In The Country: National Guard And Reserve Component Service And The Increased Risk For Homelessness Among Rural Veterans, 13 J.L. Soc'y 405 (2012), Brian Clauss Jan 2012

Alone In The Country: National Guard And Reserve Component Service And The Increased Risk For Homelessness Among Rural Veterans, 13 J.L. Soc'y 405 (2012), Brian Clauss

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A Social Psychology Model Of The Perceived Legitimacy Of International Criminal Courts: Implications For The Success Of Transitional Justice Mechanisms, 45 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 405 (2012), Stuart K. Ford Jan 2012

A Social Psychology Model Of The Perceived Legitimacy Of International Criminal Courts: Implications For The Success Of Transitional Justice Mechanisms, 45 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 405 (2012), Stuart K. Ford

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There is a large body of literature arguing that positive perceived legitimacy is a critical factor in the success of international criminal courts, and that courts can be engineered in such a way that they will be positively perceived by adjusting factors such as their institutional structure and outreach efforts. But in many situations the perceived legitimacy of international criminal courts has almost nothing to do with these factors. This Article takes the latest research in social psychology and applies it to survey data about perceptions of international criminal courts in order to understand how affected populations form attitudes about ...