Faculty Scholarship - J
Jacobson, R. “Weighted Bergman kernel functions associated to meromorphic functions,” Rocky Mountain J. Math., vol. 47, no. 1, pp. 239–257, Feb. 2017. (Full text available at DOCS@RWU)
Johnson, Hume N. "Informerphobia: The 'Fear Factor' in Crime-Related Information Disclosure in Jamaica." Journal of Criminology (under review). (Full text available at DOCS@RWU)
Johnson, Hume N. "Leveraging a Nation’s Soft Power: The Role of Sport in Constructing Jamaica’s Global Brand." Journal of Place Branding and Public Diplomacy (under review).
Johnson, Hume N. 2013. "Brand PNP: the Poltical Image in Perspective." In the PNP: Past Present and Future, edited by D. Franklyn.
Johnson, Hume N. 2012. "The informal Justice System in Garrison Constituencies." Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES): Special Issue on Justice.
Johnson, Hume N. and Joseph Soeters. 2012. "'Informer-Phobia': Understanding the Fear Factor in Crime and Terror-Related Information Disclosure in Afghanistan." In New Wars, New Militaries, New Soldiers : Conflicts, the Armed Forces and the Soldierly Subject, edited by Kümmel, Gerhard and Joseph L. Soeters. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group.
Johnson, Hume N.2011. Challenges to Civil Society :Popular Protest & Governance in Jamaica. Amherst, N.Y.: Cambria Press. (Full text available at DOCS@RWU)
Johnson, Hume. 2010. "Towards De-Garrisonisation in Jamaica: A Place for Civil Society." Crime Prevention and Community Safety 12 (1): Februrary.(Full text available at DOCS@RWU)
Johnson, Hume N. 2009. "Ode to 'Quasheba: Resistance Rituals of Higgler Women in Jamaica"." In On the Edges of Development: Cultural Interventions, edited by Bhavnani, Kum-Kum, John Foran, Priya Kurian and Debashish Munshi, 22. New York: Routledge.
Johnson, Hume N. and Joseph L. Soeters. 2008. "Jamaican Dons, Italian Godfathers and the Chances of a ‘Reversible Destiny’." Political Studies 56 (1): 166-191. (Full text available at DOCS@RWU)
Johnson, Hume N. 2008. "Performing Protest in Jamaica: The Mass Media as Stage." International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics 4, (2): 163-182. (Full text available at DOCS@RWU)