Michael Stohl
Michael Stohl
Professor of Communication, University of California, Santa Barbara
Verified email at comm.ucsb.edu
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The foreign policy of human rights: Rhetoric and reality from Jimmy Carter to Ronald Reagan
D Carleton, M Stohl
Hum. Rts. Q. 7, 205, 1985
We have met the enemy and he is us: The role of the faculty in the internationalization of higher education in the coming decade
M Stohl
Journal of Studies in International Education 11 (3-4), 359-372, 2007
United States human rights policy and foreign assistance
C Apodaca, M Stohl
International Studies Quarterly 43 (1), 185-198, 1999
The politics of terrorism
M Stohl
CRC Press, 2020
The state as terrorist: The dynamics of governmental violence and repression
M Stohl, GA Lopez
Praeger, 1984
Human rights and US foreign assistance from Nixon to Carter
M Stohl, D Carleton, SE Johnson
Journal of Peace Research 21 (3), 215-226, 1984
The role of human rights in US foreign assistance policy
D Carelton, M Stohl
American Journal of Political Science 31 (4), 1002-1018, 1987
Governance by terror
RD Duvall, M Stohl
The politics of terrorism, 231-271, 2020
The nexus of civil and international conflict
M Stohl
Handbook of political conflict, 297-330, 1980
State violation of human rights: Issues and problems of measurement
M Stohl, D Carleton, G Lopez, S Samuels
Hum. Rts. Q. 8, 592, 1986
Cyber terrorism: a clear and present danger, the sum of all fears, breaking point or patriot games?
M Stohl
Crime, law and social change 46 (4-5), 223-238, 2006
Networks of terror: Theoretical assumptions and pragmatic consequences
C Stohl, M Stohl
Communication Theory 17 (2), 93-124, 2007
A new generation of corporate codes of ethics
C Stohl, M Stohl, L Popova
Journal of business ethics 90 (4), 607-622, 2009
"Human Rights and U.S. Refugee Policy"
M Stohl, M Gibney
Greenwood Press, 1988
Digital age| the management of visibilities in the digital age—introduction
M Flyverbom, P Leonardi, C Stohl, M Stohl
International Journal of Communication 10, 12, 2016
War and domestic political violence: The case of the United States 1890–1970
M Stohl
Journal of Conflict Resolution 19 (3), 379-416, 1975
Secret agencies: The communicative constitution of a clandestine organization
C Stohl, M Stohl
Organization Studies 32 (9), 1197-1215, 2011
Old myths, new fantasies and the enduring realities of terrorism
M Stohl
Critical Studies on Terrorism 1 (1), 5-16, 2008
Measuring success in the internationalisation of higher education: an introduction
H De Wit
Measuring success in the internationalisation of higher education 22, 1-8, 2009
Digital age| managing opacity: Information visibility and the paradox of transparency in the digital age
C Stohl, M Stohl, PM Leonardi
International Journal of Communication 10, 15, 2016
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