BRAMAN, DONALD



BOOKS


Doing Time on the Outside: Incarceration and Family Life in Urban America. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2004. 



LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS


(With Fontana, David.) "Judicial Backlash or Just Backlash? Evidence from a National Experiment," 112 Columbia Law Review 731-799 (2012).


(With Kahan, Dan M., et al.) "The Polarizing Impact of Science Literacy and Numeracy on Perceived Climate Change Risks," 2 Nature Climate Change 732-735 (2012).


(With Kahan, Dan M., et al.) "'They Saw a Protest': Cognitive Illiberalism and the Speech-Conduct Distinction," 64 Stanford Law Review 851-906 (2012).


(With Kahan, Dan M. and David A. Hoffman.) "A Core of Agreement: Reply," 77 University of Chicago Law Review 1655-1660 (2010).


"Cultural Cognition and the Reasonable Person," (Symposium. Who is the Reasonable Person?) 14 Lewis & Clark Law Review 1455-1480 (2010).


(With Kahan, Dan M., and David A. Hoffman.) "Some Realism about Punishment Naturalism," 77 University of Chicago Law Review 1531-1609 (2010).


(With Kahan, Dan M., and David A. Hoffman.) "Whose Eyes Are You Going to Believe? Scott v. Harris and the Perils of Cognitive Illiberalism," 122 Harvard Law Review 837-906 (2009).


(With Gastil, John, and Dan J. Kahan.) "Deliberation Across the Cultural Divide: Assessing the Potential for Reconciling Conflicting Cultural Orientations to Reproductive Technology," (Symposium: Assisted Reproductive Technology and Reproductive Equality) 76 The George Washington Law Review 1772-1797 (2008).


(With Kahan, Dan M.) "The Self-Defensive Cognition of Self-Defense," 45 American Criminal Law Review 1-65 (2008).


(With Kahan, Dan M.) "Legal Realism as Psychological and Cultural (Not Political) Realism," in How Law Knows, 93-125, edited by Austin Sarat, Lawrence Douglas, & Martha Merrill Umphrey. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2007.


"Criminal Law and the Pursuit of Equality." (Symposium: Punishment Law and Policy.) 84 Texas Law Review 2097-2133 (2006).


(With Kahan, Dan M.). "Overcoming the Fear of Guns, the Fear of Gun Control, and the Fear of Cultural Politics: Constructing a Better Gun Debate." 55 Emory Law Journal 569-607 (2006).


"Punishment and Accountability: Understanding and Reforming Criminal Sanctions in America." 53 UCLA Law Review 1143-1216 (2006).


(With Kahan, Dan M. & John Gastil.) "A Cultural Critique of Gun Litigation," in Suing the Gun Industry, 105-126, edited by Timothy Lytton. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005.


(With Kahan, Dan M. & James Grimmelmann). "Modeling Facts, Culture, and Cognition in the Gun Debate." 18 Social Justice Research 283-304 (2005).


"Families and the Moral Economy of Incarceration," in Criminal Justice: Retribution vs. Restoration?, 27-50. Edited by Eleanor Hannon Judah & Michael Bryant. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, 2004.

Reprinted from Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work, v.23, no. 1/2 (2004).


(With Kahan, Dan M.) "Caught in the Crossfire: A Defense of the Cultural Theory of Gun-Risk Perceptions." 151 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1395-1417 (2003).


(With Wood, Jenifer.) "From One Generation to the Next," in Prisoners Once Removed, edited by Jeremy Travis & Michelle Waul. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press, 2003.


(With Kahan, Dan M.) "More Statistics, Less Persuasion: A Cultural Theory of Gun-Risk Perceptions." 151 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1291-1328 (2003).


"Families and Incarceration," in Invisible Punishment: The Collateral Consequences of Mass Imprisonment, 117-135, edited by Marc Mauer & Meda Chesney-Lind. New York: New Press, 2002.


"Of Race and Immutability." 46 UCLA Law Review 1375-1463 (1999).



BOOK REVIEWS


(With Kahan, Dan M., Paul Slovic, & John Gastil.) "Fear of Democracy?: A Cultural Evaluation of Sunstein on Risk." Review of Laws of Fear: Beyond the Precautionary Principle, by Cass Sunstein. 119 Harvard Law Review 1071-2109 (2006).



OTHER


(With Fontana, David.) "The New Republic: Supreme Anxiety," The New Republic (Jan. 19 2012).
Available at: http://www.npr.org/2012/01/19/145445550/the-new-republic-supreme-anxiety. Also available at: http://www.newrepublic.com/article/politics/magazine/99528/supreme-court-voter-reactions.