Between the Facts and Norms of Police Violence: Using Discourse Models to Improve Deliberations Around Law EnforcementFranciska Coleman
This Article conjoins the sociolinguistic concept of discourse models with Jilrgen Habermas’s discourse theory of democracy to argue that restoring the legitimacy of police practice in the aftermath of police violence incidents requires monitoring and countering the discursive marginalization of community narratives indexed by transgressive discourse models.
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This article reports on the first study of the effect of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) on voting behavior.
This short essay argues for tribal regulatory powers over nonmembers in Indian country during a pandemic. This should be an easy argument, but federal Indian law makes it more complicated than it should be.
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An article from The Atlantic, “How to Actually Fix America’s Police,” addresses the systematic issues with policing in America and lays out a strategy for reform.