Dara Kay Cohen: All Publications

All years: 13 publications

Ragnhild Nordås & Dara Kay Cohen (2021)
Conflict-related sexual violence

Journal Article in Annual Review of Political Science

Jessica Stanton, Ragnhild Nordås & Dara Kay Cohen (2015)
Governments don’t outsource atrocities to militias. Here’s what really happens.

Popular Article in Washington Post - Monkey Cage

Dara Kay Cohen & Ragnhild Nordås (2015)
Do States Delegate Shameful Violence to Militias? Patterns of Sexual Violence in Recent Armed Conflicts

Journal Article in Journal of Conflict Resolution

Dara Kay Cohen, Ragnhild Nordås & Elisabeth J. Wood (2014)
Four things everyone should know about wartime sexual violence

Popular Article in Washington Post - Monkey Cage

Dara Kay Cohen & Ragnhild Nordås (2014)
Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict: Introducing the SVAC Dataset, 1989–2009

Journal Article in Journal of Peace Research

(2013)
Recruitment Practices and Violence by Militias in Recent Armed Conflicts

Conference Paper

(2013)
Sexual Violence by Armed Actors: Who Perpetrates, When and How? Patterns from the new SVAC Dataset, 1989-2009

Conference Paper

(2013)
Why Do Militias Attack Civilians? Violence by Militias in Recent Armed Conflicts

Conference Paper

(2013)
Why Do Militias Attack Civilians? Sexual Violence by African Militias in Recent Armed Conflicts

Conference Paper

Dara Kay Cohen & Ragnhild Nordås (2012)
Sexual Violence by Militias in African Conflicts: Not a question of ‘delegation’ by states

CSCW Policy Brief

Dara Kay Cohen & Ragnhild Nordås (2012)
Sexual Violence in African Conflicts, 1989–2009: What the data show

CSCW Policy Brief

Ragnhild Nordås & Dara Kay Cohen (2012)
Why Do Militias Attack Civilians? Violence by African Militias in Recent Armed Conflicts

Conference Paper

Ragnhild Nordås & Dara Kay Cohen (2011)
Wartime Sexual Violence: Challenges and Opportunities for Data Collection and Analysis

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