Articles

Todd Landman (2016) ‘Rigorous Morality: Norms, Values and the Comparative Politics of Human Rights,’ Human Rights Quaterly, 38 (1): 1-20.

Anita Breuer, Todd Landman and Dorothea Farquhar (2014) ‘Social Media and Protest Mobilization: Evidence from the Tunisian Revolution,’ Democratization, April: 1-29

Todd Landman (2013) ‘A Most Unlikely Case: Chile, Pinochet and the Advance of Human Rights,’ Revista Politíca, 51 (2): 37-55.

Bent Flyvbjerg, Todd Landman and Sanford Schram (2013) ‘Tension points in real social science: theory/practice, time/space, power/particiaption – a response’ British Journal of Sociology, December.

Sanford Schram, Bent Flyvbjerg, and Todd Landman (2013) ‘Political Political Science: A Phronetic Approach,’ New Political Science, 35 (3): 363-376.

Todd Landman, David Kernohan and Anita Gohdes (2012) ‘Relativising Human Rights,’ Journal of Human Rights, 11:4, 460-485.

Todd Landman (2012) ‘Projecting Liberalism in a World of Realist States: David Forsythe and the Political Science of Human Rights’, Journal of Human Rights, 11 (3): 332-336.

Todd Landman (2011) ‘Assessing the Quality of Democracy: The International IDEA Framework,’ European Political Science, 16 December 2011, doi: 10.1057. To see the abstract, CLICK HERE

Todd Landman and Marco Larizza (2009) ‘Inequality and Human Rights: Who Controls What When and How’, International Studies Quarterly, 53 (3): 715-736.

Todd Landman (2008) ‘Paradigmatic Contestation and the Persistence of Perennial Dualities’ Political Studies Review, 6: 178-185.

Todd Landman (2007) ‘Imminence and Proportionality: The US and UK Response to Terrorism’, California Western International Law Journal, 28 (1): 75-106.

Maurice Sunkin, Kerman Calvo, Lucinda Platt and Todd Landman (2007) ‘Mapping the Use of Judicial Review to Challenge Local Authorities in England and Wales’, Public Law, 3: 545-567 .

Todd Landman (2006) ‘Addressing the Gaps: Promise and Performance, Synthesis and Purity, Large-N and Small-N: A Response to Moore’, Human Rights and Human Welfare, 6: 99-103.

Todd Landman (2006)  ‘The Scope of Human Rights: From Concepts to Measures’, Revista Iberoamericana de Derechos Humanos.

Tom Sorell and Todd Landman (2006)  ‘Justifying Human Rights: The Roles of Domain, Audience and Constituency’, The Journal of Human Rights, 5 (4): 383-400.

Todd Landman (2006) ‘Holding the Line: Human Rights Defenders in the Age of Terror’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Volume 8 : 123-147.

Todd Landman (2005) ‘The Political Science of Human Rights’, British Journal of Political Science, 33: 549-572.

Todd Landman (2004) ‘Measuring Human Rights: Principle, Practice, and Policy,’ Human Rights Quarterly, 26: 906-931.

Joe Foweraker and Todd Landman (2004) ‘Economic Development and Democracy Revisited: Why Dependency Theory Is Not Yet Dead’, Democratization, 11 (2004): 1-20.

Todd Landman (2004)  ‘Pinochet’s Chile: The United States, Human Rights, and International Terrorism’, Human Rights and Human Welfare, 4: 91-99.

Hugh Ward, Aletta Norval, Jules Pretty and Todd Landman (2003) ‘Open Citizen Juries and the Politics of Sustainability,’ Political Studies, 51: 289-306.

Todd Landman (2002) ‘Comparative Politics and Human Rights’, Human Rights Quarterly, 24: 890-923.

Todd Landman (2003)  ‘Politics, Pragmatism, and Human Rights’, Human Rights and Human Welfare, 3: 27-34.

Joe Foweraker and Todd Landman (2002) ‘Constitutional Design and Democratic Performance,’ Democratization, 9 (Summer 2002). Winner of the Frank Cass Prize for 2002.

Todd Landman (2001) ‘Publish Not Punish: The Contested Truth of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission’, Human Rights and Human Welfare, 1: 1-6.

Joe Foweraker and Todd Landman (1999) ‘Individual Rights and Social Movements: A Comparative and Statistical Inquiry’, British Journal of Political Science, 29 (1999): 291-322.

Todd Landman (1999) ‘Economic Development and Democracy: The View from Latin America’, Political Studies, winner of the Harrison Political Studies Award.

Claudio Cioffi-Revilla and Todd Landman (1999) ‘Evolution of Maya Polities in the Ancient Mesoamerican System’, International Studies Quarterly, 43 (December): 559-598.