Chapters

Todd Landman (2017) ‘Human Rights: Quantitative Analysis’ in Rhona Smith (ed) Human Rights, London and Oxford: Routledge.

Todd Landman, Steve Glowinkowski, Kali Demes (2017) ‘Values Matter: Measurement and Change in Large Organisations,’ in Jane McKenzie and Jean Burtunek (eds) Academic Practitioners, Henley School of Management.

Todd Landman (2016) ‘La Unión Europeo y la promoción de democracia y los derechos humanos’, en Daniel Innerarity y Ignacio Aymerich (eds.) Derechos humanos y políticos públicas europeas, Barcelona: Paidós Estado y Sociedad, 107-132.

Todd Landman (2016) ‘Democracy and Human Rights: Explaining Variation in the Record,’ in Joe Foweraker and Dolores Trevizo (eds) Democracy and Its Discontents in Latin America, Lynne Rienner.

Todd Landman and Larissa Kersten (2015) ‘Measuring Human Rights,’ in Michael Goodhart (ed) Human Rights: Politics and Practice, 3rd Edition, New York: Oxford University Press.

Todd Landman (2015) ‘Human Rights: Building Blocks for a Comparative Politics of Power,’ in Tony Spanakos and Francisco Panizza (eds) Conceptual Comparative Politics, London: Routledge, 107-125.

Todd Landman (2014) ‘Social Magic and the Temple of Human Rights: Critical Reflections on Stephen Hopgood’s Endtimes of Human Rights,’ in Doutje Lettinga and Lars van Troost (eds) Debating the Endtimes of Human Rights: Activism and Institutions in a Neo-Westphalian World, The Hague: Amnesty International, 25-32. Debating the Endtimes of Human Rights – digital version

Sanford Schram, Bent Flyvbjerg, and Todd Landman (2014) ‘Political Political Science: A Phronetic Approach,’ in Nancy Love and Mark Mattern (eds) Studying Politics Today: Critical Approaches to Political Science, London and Oxford: Routledge.

Todd Landman (2014) ‘Social Science, Methods and Human Rights’ in Mark Gibney and Anja Mihr (eds) The Sage Handbook of Human Rights, London: Sage.

Todd Landman (2013) ‘Measuring Human Rights’ in Michael Goodhart (ed) Human Rights: Politics and Practice, 2nd edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 363-379.

Todd Landman and Anita Gohdes (2013) ‘A Matter of Convenience: Challenges of Non-Random Data in Analyzing Human Rights Violations during Conflicts in Peru and Sierra Leone’ in Taylor Seybolt, Jay Aronson and Baruch Fishoff (eds) Counting Civilian Casualties, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Todd Landman (2012) ‘Foreword’ in Bethany Barratt, The Politics of Harry Potter, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Todd Landman (2012) ‘Framing the Fight: Public Security and Human Rights in Mexico’ in George Philip and Susuna Berruecos (eds.) Mexico’s Struggle for Public Security: Organized Crime and State Responses, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 99-118.

Todd Landman (2012) ‘Narrative Analysis and Phronesis’ in Bent Flyvbjerg, Todd Landman, and Sanford Schram (eds) Real Social Science: Applied Phronesis, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 27-47.

Bent Flyvbjerg, Todd Landman and Sanford Schram (2012) ‘Introduction: New Directions in Social Science’ in Bent Flyvbjerg, Todd Landman, and Sanford Schram (eds) Real Social Science: Applied Phronesis, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1-12.

Bent Flyvbjerg, Todd Landman and Sanford Schram (2012) ‘Important Next Steps in Phronetic Social Science’ in Bent Flyvbjerg, Todd Landman, and Sanford Schram (eds) Real Social Science: Applied Phronesis, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 285-297.

Todd Landman, (2010) ‘Violence, Democracy, and Human Rights in Latin America’, in Enrique Desmond Arias and Daniel M. Goldstein (eds)Violent Democracies in Latin America, Durham: Duke University Press, pp. 226-241.

Todd Landman, (2009) ‘Measuring Human Rights’ in Michael Goodhart (ed) Human Rights: Politics and Practice, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 47-60.

Todd Landman (2009)  ‘Introduction’ in Todd Landman and Neil Robinson (eds) The Sage Handbook of Comparative Politics, London: Sage, 1-9.

Todd Landman (2009)  ‘Human Rights’ in Todd Landman and Neil Robinson (eds) The Sage Handbook of Comparative Politics, London: Sage, 422-434.

Todd Landman (2009)  ‘Political Science and Human Rights’ in Rhiannon Morgan and Bryan Turner (eds) Interpreting Human Rights: Social Science Perspectives, London: Routledge, pp. 23-43.

Todd Landman (2009) ‘Social Science Methods and Human Rights’ in Coomans, H., Grünfeld, F. and Kammingo, M. (2009) (eds) Methods of Human Rights Research, Antwerp: Intersentia, 19-44.

Todd Landman (2007)  ‘The United Kingdom: Terror and Counter-Terror Continuity’, in A. Brysk and G. Shafir (eds) National Insecurity and Human Rights: Democracies debate Counterterrorism, Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 75-91.

Todd Landman (2006)  ‘Development, Democracy, and Human Rights in Latin America’ in Janet Dine and Andrew Fagan (eds) Capitalism and Human Rights, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishers, 330-357.

Todd Landman (2005)  ‘Democracy and Human Security: Essential Linkages’ in International IDEA (ed) Democracy, Conflict, and Human Security, Stockholm: International IDEA.

Todd Landman (2005)  ‘Democracy Analysis,’ in International IDEA (ed) Ten Years of Supporting Democracy Worldwide, Stockholm: International IDEA, 19-27.