Findings from our research have been disseminated in the following publications:
Yacoubian, G., and L. Bardakjian. (2022). Prioritizing a Continuum of Care for Older Orphan Populations: A Qualitative Study from Two Transitional Centers in Armenia. International Journal of Social Science Studies 11(3).
Yacoubian, G. (2023). The Artsakh Conflict as a Violation of the Genocide Convention: Toward a Referral to the International Criminal Court. Advances in Applied Sociology 13(2), 171-177.
Yacoubian, G. (2022). Re-operationalizing the “Best Interest” Standard for Children Without Parental Care: Toward Permanent Environmental Reassignment for Residential Childcare Institutions. Advances in Applied Sociology 12: 756-772.
Yacoubian, G., and L. Bardakjian. (2022). Assessing the Perceived Familial Relationships of Orphaned Children Housed in Armenia’s Residential Childcare Institutions: Revisiting the “Best Interests of the Child” Standard in International Child Protection Law. World Affairs 26(3): 137-147.
Yacoubian, G. (2022). Toward a Theory of Permanent Environmental Reassignment for Residential Childcare: A Comprehensive Research Agenda for the 21st Century. International Journal of Social Science Studies 10(6): 52-61.
Yacoubian, G. (2022). Evaluating the Triadic Relationship between the Armenian Diaspora, Armenia’s Cultural Identity, and the Artsakh War: Toward a Sustainable Map of Peace. Advances in Applied Sociology 12(9): 557-584.
Yacoubian, G. (2022). An Assessment of Armenia’s Residential Childcare Institutions as a Case Study in International Child Protection. Advances in Applied Sociology 12(7): 338-345.
Yacoubian, G. (2021). Deinstitutionalization, Family Reunification, and the “Best Interests of the Child”: An Examination of Armenia’s Child Protection Obligations under Conventional International Law. Pace International Law Review 33(2): 151-188.
Yacoubian, G. (2021). Toward Peace and Permanent Stability in Artsakh. Human Rights Brief 24: 147-154.
Yacoubian, G., and L. Clements. (2015). An Examination of Compliance with the Inter-Country Adoption Convention: Exploring Surrogacy in Armenia as a Form of Human Trafficking. Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law 31(3) 811-834.
Yacoubian, G., H. Clawson, and N. Dutch (2008). An examination of law enforcement responses to human trafficking in the US: A compliance assessment of US obligations under customary and conventional international law. University of California Davis Journal of International Law and Policy 15(1): 157-198.