Dr. Franklin was among the first researchers to study hate crime offenders to determine their motivations. Her findings were presented at a U.S. Congressional Briefing, featured on PBS’ documentary series Frontline, and received extensive media coverage.
- “Antigay behaviors by young adults: Prevalence, patterns and motivators in a noncriminal population.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Vol. 15 #4, April 2000
- “Unassuming motivations: Contextualizing the narratives of antigay assailants.” In: G. M. Herek (Ed.) Stigma and sexual orientation: Understanding prejudice against lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 1997
- “Good intentions: The practical enforcement of hate crime legislation.” American Behavioral Scientist, September 2002
- “Hate crimes.” Encyclopedia of Gender. Academic Press, 2001
- “Violence against homosexuals,” Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict. San Diego, CA: Academic Press. 1999
- “Masculinity and culture in multiple-perpetrator rape,” book chapter in Handbook on the Study of Multiple Perpetrator Rape: A Multidisciplinary Response to an International Problem (Routledge, 2013)
- “Enacting masculinity: Antigay violence and group rape as participatory theater.” Sexuality Research & Social Policy, Vol. 1 #2, 2004 (reprinted in 2008 in Crime, Criminal Justice and Masculinities, Ashgate Publishing, UK)
- “Hebephilia: Quintessence of diagnostic pretextuality,” Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 2010
- “Malingering as a dichotomous variable: Case report on an insanity defendant,” Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice. Vol. 8 No. 1, pp. 95-107, 2008
- “Diagnostic controversies in forensic psychology practice,” California Psychologist, January/February 2009, pp. 14-16
- “Ethics and forensic record-keeping: Does the new law apply?” California Psychologist, May/June 2007, p. 28
- “Ethics and captive populations,” California Psychologist, March/April 2011, p. 26.