A consortium of researchers dedicated to improving the understanding of the human causes and consequences of terrorism

Publications

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Social-Mediated Crisis Communication Research Brooke Liu Book Chapter Resilience, Risk Communication Global
Far-Right and Jihadi Terrorism within the United States: From September 11th to January 6th Laura Dugan Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements, Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
Blue or Stormy Skies? The Roles of Strategic Risk Communication in Protecting Communities Before, During, and After Severe Weather Brooke Liu Book Chapter Resilience, Risk Communication Global
Does Globalization Reduce Personal Violence? The Impact of International Trade on Cross-National Homicide Rates Gary LaFree Journal Article Crime and Terrorism Global
Stand Down: A Journal of Applied Communication Research Forum on Extremism and White Nationalism in the United States Military Hamilton Bean, Kurt Braddock, Max Erdemandi Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements, Counterterrorism, Countering Violent Extremism, Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
PROTOCOL: Criminal Justice Interventions for Preventing Terrorism and Radicalisation: An Evidence and Gap Map Laura Dugan Journal Article Crime and Terrorism, Countering Violent Extremism North America
Protecting the U.S. Government from Far-Right Insider Threats Alejandro Beutel Report Terrorism and Society, Crime and Terrorism, Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
When the Levee Breaks: A Global Trend of Cyber-Physical and Cyber-Operational Attacks Against Critical Infrastructure and Future Implications on the Great Power Competition Steve Sin, Rhyner Washburn Book Chapter Individual Behavior, Crime and Terrorism Global
Escalation Management in Gray Zone Crises: The Proxy Factor Jonathan Wilkenfeld, Egle Murauskaite, Devin Ellis Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements Global
An Agenda for Addressing Bias in Conflict Data Erin Miller Journal Article Individual Behavior, Risk Communication Global
War Crimes in Ukraine: In Search of a Response Egle Murauskaite Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements, Radical Beliefs and Behavior Eastern Europe
A Comparison of Political Violence by Left-wing, Right-wing and Islamist Extremists in the United States and the World Gary LaFree, James A. Piazza Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global, North America
Extremism in the Ranks and After Michael Jensen, Sheehan Kane, Elena Akers Research Brief Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
Are You Prepared for the Next Storm? Developing Social Norms Messages to Motivate Community Members to Perform Disaster Risk Mitigation Behaviors Brooke Liu, Anita Atwell Seate Journal Article Resilience, Risk Communication North America
Check All That Apply: Challenges in Tracking Ideological Movements That Motivate Right-Wing Terrorism Erin Miller, Sheehan Kane Book Chapter Violent Groups and Movements, Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
Terrorism and Conspiracy Theories: A View from the 3N Model of Radicalization Arie Kruglanski Journal Article Individual Behavior, Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
A Climate of Terror? Climate Change as an Indirect Contributor to Terrorism Madeline Romm Research Brief Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements, Resilience Global
Influence-to-Action Model and Campaign/Narrative Impact Assessment Tool Steve Sin, Rhyner Washburn, Megan Rutter START Reports Individual Behavior North America
Climate Change and Terrorism: Key Insights Samuel D. Henkin Research Brief Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements, Resilience Global
A Climate of Terror? Climate Change as a Potential Ideological Driver of Terrorism Marcus A. Boyd Research Brief Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements, Resilience Global
Extremist Group/Movement Affiliations of the January 6 Capitol Rioters Michael Jensen Map Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
A Climate of Terror? Climate Change as a Means for Terrorist Exploitation Samuel D. Henkin Research Brief Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements, Resilience Global
A Climate of Terror? Approaches to the Study of Climate Change and Terrorism Madeline Romm, Marcus A. Boyd, Samuel D. Henkin Research Brief Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements, Resilience Global
Climate Change and Terrorism: A Call to Action Samuel D. Henkin Research Brief Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements, Resilience Global
Climate Change and Security Samuel D. Henkin Research Brief Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements, Resilience Global