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

Publications

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An Aggregation of Geo-coded Violent and Non-violent Conflict Events David E. Cunningham Conference Paper Violent Groups and Movements Middle East and North Africa
Comparing Social Media and Traditional Surveys Around the Boston Marathon Bombing Gary LaFree Conference Paper Individual Behavior North America
Determining Extremist Organizations' Likelihood of Conducting Cyber Attacks Rhyner Washburn, Steve Sin Conference Paper Terrorism and Society Global
The Debate over "New" vs. "Old" Terrorism Martha Crenshaw Conference Paper Terrorism and Society Global
American Terrorism and Extremist Crime Data Sources and Selectivity Bias: An Investigation Focusing on Homicide Events Committed by Far Right Extremists Joshua Freilich, Steven Chermak Journal Article Terrorism and Society North America
Worst of the bad: Violent white supremacist groups and lethality Joshua Freilich Journal Article Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
When Politicians Sell Drugs: Examining Why Middle East Ethnopolitical Organizations Are Involved in the Drug Trade Kathleen Deloughery, Victor Asal Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Crime and Terrorism Middle East and North Africa
Who Prepares for Terrorism? Dennis Mileti, Linda Bourque Journal Article Terrorism and Society North America
An Automated Agent for Bilateral Negotiations with Bounded Rational Agents with Incomplete Information Jonathan Wilkenfeld Journal Article Risk Communication
The Challenges of Conflict Management: A Case Study of Sri Lanka Bidisha Biswas Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements South Asia
Testimony on Needed Emergency Management Reforms Kathleen Tierney Journal Article Resilience North America
Resolving Crises through Automated Bilateral Negotiations Amy Pate, Jonathan Wilkenfeld Journal Article Resilience
From the Margins to the Mainstream? Disaster Research at the Crossroads Kathleen Tierney Journal Article Resilience
Focus Groups with Children After the World Trade Center Attacks Betty Pfefferbaum Journal Article Resilience North America
Media Coverage and Children's Reactions to Disaster with Implications for Primary Care and Public Health Betty Pfefferbaum, Rose Pfefferbaum Journal Article Resilience North America
Research with Children Exposed to Disasters Betty Pfefferbaum Journal Article Resilience
Gang Membership, Gun Carrying, and Employment: Applying Routine Activities Theory to Explain Violent Victimization Among Inner City, Minority Youth Living in Extreme Poverty Joshua Freilich Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements, Resilience North America
All Terrorism is Local: Resources, Nested Institutions, and Governance for Urban Homeland Security in the American Federal System Erica Chenoweth Journal Article Terrorism and Society North America
Experiences with and Preparedness for Emergencies and Disasters Among Public Schools in California Linda Bourque Journal Article Resilience North America
Community Resilience and the Principles of Mass Trauma Intervention Fran Norris Journal Article Resilience
The Growing Importance of Criminology in the Study of Terrorism Gary LaFree Journal Article Crime and Terrorism Global
"Oxygen of Publicity" and "Lifeblood of Liberty" Communication Scholarship on Mass Media Coverage of Terrorism for the Twenty-first Century Lisa Keranen Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global
On Classifying Terrorism: A Potential Contribution of Cluster Analysis for Academics and Policymakers Erica Chenoweth Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Radical Beliefs and Behavior Global
Consenting to a Child's Decision to Join a Jihad: Insights from a Survey of Militant Families in Pakistan Victor Asal Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Individual Behavior South Asia
Dilettantes, Ideologues, and the Weak: Terrorists Who Don't Kill R. Karl Rethemeyer, Victor Asal Journal Article Radical Beliefs and Behavior Global