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

Publications

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The psychological structure of aggression across cultures Michele Gelfand Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Individual Behavior Global
Intelligence and Surprise Attack: Failure and Success from Pearl Harbor to 9/11 and Beyond Erik Dahl Book Terrorism and Society, Counterterrorism Global, North America
It's not Big Data, but Little Data, that Prevents Terrorist Attacks Erik Dahl Discussion Point Counterterrorism North America
'Keep Wicked Calm and Carry the Hell On': Boston, Terrorism and the Rhetorical Power of Resilience Hamilton Bean, Lisa Keranen Discussion Point Terrorism and Society, Resilience Global, North America, Western Europe
Social Networks and Public Support for the European Union Elizabeth Radziszewski Book Resilience Eastern Europe, Western Europe
The Stasi-Meinhof Complex? Journal Article Terrorism and Society Western Europe
Local Health Department Capacity for Community Engagement and Its Implications for Disaster Resilience Monica Schoch-Spana, Tara Kirk Sell Journal Article Resilience North America
When terrorists target schools: An exploratory analysis of attacks on educational institutions Margaret Wilson Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global
Heat Map: Global Terrorism Database, Terrorist Attacks 2012, Concentation and Intensity Map Terrorism and Society Global
Crime Terror Alliances and the State. Ethnonationalist and Islamist Challenges to Regional Security Ted Robert Gurr Book Crime and Terrorism
Terrorism and Democracy Erica Chenoweth Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global, North America, Western Europe
Research Highlight: Identifying the Characteristics of Communities Where Perpetrators Live and Pre-Incident Activity Occurs Kelly Damphousse, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Brent Smith, Paxton Roberts Research Brief Terrorism and Society North America
An Overview of Bombing and Arson Attacks by Environmental and Animal Rights Extremists in the United States, 1995-2010 Steven Chermak, Joshua Freilich, William Parkin START Reports Terrorism and Society North America
Comparative configurational analysis as a two-mode network problem: A study of terrorist group engagement in the drug trade R. Karl Rethemeyer, Ronald Breiger Journal Article Crime and Terrorism Global
The Political Effectiveness of Non-State Violence: A Two-Level Framework to Transform a Deceptive Debate Peter Krause Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global
Unpacking nonviolent campaigns : Introducing the NAVCO 2.0 dataset Erica Chenoweth Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global
Gender Ideologies and Forms of Contentious Mobilization in the Middle East Jonathan Wilkenfeld, Victor Asal Journal Article Terrorism and Society Middle East and North Africa
Networks as strategic repertoires: Functional differentiation among Al-Shabaab terror cells Christian Leuprecht Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements Sub-Saharan Africa
The “New” Face of Transnational Crime Organizations (TCOs): A Geopolitical Perspective and Implications to U.S. National Security Amy Pate, Gary Ackerman, Mila Johns White Paper Crime and Terrorism, Radiological and Nuclear Threats Middle East and North Africa
Social Media Use during Disasters Fact Sheet Brooke Liu, Julia Fraustino, Yan Jin Project Fact Sheet Resilience, Risk Communication North America
Research Highlight: Bombing and Arson Attacks by Environmental and Animal Rights Extremists in the United States, 1995-2010 Steven Chermak, Joshua Freilich, William Parkin Research Brief Terrorism and Society North America
Counterterrorism Strategies and Democracy: Lessons for the US from the (Unfortunate) Example of Turkey Nil Satana Discussion Point Terrorism and Society, Counterterrorism Middle East and North Africa, North America
From Extremist to Terrorist: Identifying the Characteristics of Communities Where Perpetrators Live and Pre-Incident Activity Occurs Kelly Damphousse, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Brent Smith, Paxton Roberts START Reports Terrorism and Society North America
Apparent intended lethality: Toward a model of intent to harm in terrorist bomb attacks Margaret Wilson Journal Article Terrorism and Society North America
Ethnic Conflict: An Organizational Perspective Jonathan Wilkenfeld, Victor Asal Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements Global