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Scholarly Works

Danielle Smith
Professor

2014 Submissions

Invited Presentations/Keynotes

Smith, Danielle T. "Urban Environments, Sustainability and Health Equity: Impact of the Built Environment on Refugee Health." Malmo University/Rochester Institute of Technology Symposium. Malmo University. Malmo, Sweden. 1 Oct. 2014. Conference Presentation. *

Smith, Danielle T. "Beasts of Burden: Societal Consent to Child Domestic Servitude in Liberia." Eastern Sociological Society. Eastern Sociological Society. Baltimore, MD. 1 Feb. 2014. Conference Presentation. *

Smith, Danielle T. "The Rights of the Child: Child Labor and Exploitation in Liberia." American Association of Behavioral and Social Science. American Association of Behavioral and Social Science. Las Vegas, NV. 1 Feb. 2014. Conference Presentation. *

2013 Submissions

Journal Paper

Smith, Danielle T. and Vincent Jappah. "Transitional Justice: Prioritizing Truth Commissions or International Tribunals to Ensure Healing and Reconciliation." Journal of International and Global Studies 5. 1 (2013): 1-15. Web. *

2012 Submissions

Journal Paper

Smith, Danielle T. and Vincent Jappah. "State Sponsored Famine: Conceptualizing Politically Induced Famine as a Crime Against Humanity." Journal of International and Global Studies 4. 1 (2012): 17-31. Web. *

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Graham, Roderick and Danielle T. Smith. “Dividing Lines: An Empirical Examination of Technology Use and Internet Activity among African Americans.” Information, Communication and Society, 13.6 (2010): 892-908. Print. *

Omori, Megumi and Danielle Taana Smith. “Working and Living: The Effects of Family Responsibilities and Characteristics on Married Women’s Work Hours.” Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 41.1 (2010): 43-55. Print. *

Smith, Danielle Tana. “Hide and seek.” Poem. African Writing Magazine: Many Literatures, One Voice, 10 (2010): n.p. Print.

Formal Presentation

Smith, Danielle Taana. “Gangster Tourism: Representations of The Ghetto in the Era of Global Security.” Destination Slum!:Reflections on the Production and Consumption of Poverty in Tourism. Bristol, UK. 9-11 Dec. 2010. Presentation.