Yarnold, Barbara M(aria)
YARNOLD, Barbara M(aria)
YARNOLD, Barbara M(aria). American, b. 1961. Genres: Public/Social administration. Career: Attorney and law clerk to a judge in Chicago, IL, 1984-88; Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI, assistant professor of political science, 1988-90; Florida International University, North Miami Campus, assistant professor, 1990-95, associate professor of public administration, 1995-. Attorney in private practice, Chicago, 1984-90; consultant to U.S. Department of Justice. Publications: Refugees without Refuge: Formation and Failed Implementation of U.S. Political Asylum Policy in the 1980s, 1990; International Fugitives: A New Role for the International Court of Justice, 1991; (ed. and contrib) The Role of Religious Organizations in Social Movements, 1991; Politics and the Courts: Toward a General Theory of Public Law, 1992; Abortion Politics in the Federal Courts: Right versus Right, 1995; Adolescents at Risk: Substance Abuse in Miami's Public School in the 1990s, 1997; Paris and Other Poems, 1998. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to academic journals and newspapers. Address: Department of Public Administration, Florida International University, North Miami Campus, North Miami, FL 33181, U.S.A.