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Theory-Building in Border Studies: The View from North America
The sub-discipline of border studies has struggled to construct theories that can render explanatory and predictive models. Most work on border studies has been largely confined to descriptive inference under the justification ...
Violence as an Epidemic: Examining Organized Crime-Related Homicides in the U.S.-Mexico Border from a Public Health Perspective
Can collective violence along the U.S.-Mexico border—the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León, and Tamaulipas, plus Texas—be considered an “epidemic”? This paper answers this question by applying a public ...