2011 study by Iowa State, Central Michigan University and the RAND Corporation in the Journal of Law and Human Behavior.
2014 review of recent studies and reports on online discrimination and potential downsides of digital marketplaces featuring user profiles and data.
2014 study in the International Journal of Public Opinion Research examines why U.S. attitudes toward gays and lesbians have changed and to what extent it may be a function of popular culture.
2014 review of studies and surveys on issues related to same-sex couples, including legalization, health care, taxation impacts, child-raising and policy adoption.
2014 research brief explores the impact of regional imitation, political representation and other factors, by Rebekah Herrick, Oklahoma State University and the Scholars Strategy Network.
2014 study in the American Law and Economics Review suggesting that poor defendants with assigned counsel often receive diminished outcomes.
July 2013 Congressional Research Service report providing key background information on the National Security Agency surveillance programs. Also included are related papers and scholarly perspectives.
2012 paper from Texas A&M done for the National Bureau of Economic Research looks at how “stand your ground” laws — based on “castle doctrine” — affect rates of violence in states.
2012 study in the American Law and Economics Review on how certain airport security procedures are the key variable in producing feelings of discrimination and ill-will, and how this might be mitigated.
2013 research review of DNA-related research, with a focus on a 2012 study by City University of New York, University of California-Irvine and Nova Southeastern University.