Dr. Paul Kaplan: Faculty Research
Kaplan, P. and LaChance, D. (2018). "Criminal Justice in the Middlebrow Imagination: the Punitive Dimensions of Making a Murderer." Crime, Media, Culture.
Angioli, S. and Kaplan, P. (2017). "’Some Things Are Just Better Left As Secrets’ Non-Transparency and Prosecutorial Decision Making in the Era of Neoliberal Punitivism." Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology.
Kaplan, P. and LaChance, D. (2017). "Crimesploitation." The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Kaplan, P., Dunn, K., and Sherman, N. (2016). "Localism and Capital Judicial Override in Jefferson County, Alabama." Race and Justice.
Kaplan, P., Dunn, K., and Jackson, S. (2016). "The Problem of Explanation: Understanding the Scandal of Judicial Override in Capital Cases." Social Justice.
Fleury-Steiner, B., Kaplan, P., and Longazel, J. (2015). "Defending Racial Boundaries: Racist Localism in Administration of Capital Punishment in the U.S." Studies in Law, Politics, and Society.
LaChance, D. and Kaplan, P. (2015). "The Seductions of Crimesploitation: The Apprehension of Sex Offenders on Primetime Television." Law, Culture and the Humanities.
Kaplan, P., Goeltzenleuchter, B., and Salmonson, D. (2014). "The Art / Crime Archive: An Anti-Boredom Space." The STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) Journal.Faculty Research - Main Page