Research

Publications


Edwards, Pearce. 2022. “Political Competition and Authoritarian Repression: Evidence from Pinochet’s Chile.” World Politics. Forthcoming. [link]

Edwards, Pearce. 2021. “Why No Justice for Past Repression? Militaries, Human Rights Organizations, and Post-Authoritarian States.”  Journal of Conflict Resolution. 65(4):759-787. [link]

Edwards, Pearce and Daniel Arnon. 2021. “Violence on Many Sides: Framing Effects on Protest and Support for Repression.” British Journal of Political Science. 51(2):488-506. [link]

Edwards, Pearce. 2021. “The Politics of Nonviolent Mobilization.” Journal of Peace Research. 58(5):945-961. [link]

Working Papers


International Sports Events, Media Scrutiny, and Autocratic Repression: Evidence from the 1978 FIFA World Cup. with Adam Scharpf and Christian Gläßel (conditionally accepted at American Political Science Review)

The Effects of Armed Propaganda on Voting Behavior: Evidence from Argentina’s 1973 Elections, with Patrick Pierson (invited to revise and resubmit at Journal of Conflict Resolution)

Religious Institutions and Resistance to Repression: The Bishops Opposed to Argentina’s Dirty War

Government Source and Labeling Effects on the Perception of Protest, with Daniel Arnon and Handi Li

Identity, Incentives, and Religious Defense of Human Rights, with Gabrielle Esparza

Protest in the Shadow of Repression and Extremist Violence

Works in Progress


Fixing the Past: The Effects of Repression and Transitional Justice on Trust in Argentina, with Jennifer Gandhi and Don Grasse

Is Transitional Justice Blind? The Link between Culpability and Prosecution in Argentina’s Human Rights Trials, with Jennifer Gandhi and Don Grasse

The Catholic Church and Transitional Justice in Argentina

Framing Contentious Events at the U.S. Southern Border and Support for Migration, with Daniel Arnon

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