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Disability Identification and Self-Efficacy among College Students on the Autism Spectrum
The number of youth on the autism spectrum approaching young adulthood and attending college is growing. Very little is known about the subjective experience of these college students. DisabilityExpand
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Demand Side Reform in the Poor People's Court
A crisis in civil justice has seized the lowest rungs of state court where the great majority of American justice is meted out. Nineteen million civil cases are filed each year in the so-called “poorExpand
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Foreign capital, forest change and regulatory compliance in Congo Basin forests
Tropical forest change is driven by demand in distant markets. Equally, investments in tropical forest landscapes by capital originating from distant emerging economies are on the rise. UnderstandingExpand
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‘Strong’ states and strategic governance: A model of territorial variation in state presence
Regions of limited state presence persist in weak states, but does unevenness persist even in so-called ‘strong’ states? An underlying assumption behind weak states is that they lack capacity toExpand
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A Theory of Civil Problem-Solving Courts
This article is the first to develop a problem-solving theory for the civil justice system. Drug courts pioneered the problem-solving model in the 1990s to pursue therapeutic goals as an alternativeExpand
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Studying the "New" Civil Judges
We know very little about the people and institutions that make up the bulk of the United States civil justice system: state judges and state courts. Our understanding of civil justice is basedExpand
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In Pursuit of Justice? Case Outcomes and the Delivery of Unbundled Legal Services
In the United States today, an estimated eighty percent of the legal needs of the poor go unmet. The Supreme Court has repeatedly identified access to the courts as a fundamental constitutionalExpand
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Strategic Sovereignty
In some regions of natural resource extraction, embedded local populations receive transfers that compensate them for environmental consequences of extraction; while in others, these populationsExpand
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