Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method

Conclusion: Collective reflections on tPP and undergraduate scholarship

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This post concludes our series sharing pre-publication versions of chapter introductions in our upcoming book titled “Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method” Chapter 9 Conclusion: Collective reflections on tPP and undergraduate scholarship by Anwyn Bishop, Kathryn Blowers, Megan Burtis, Morgan Demboski, Lauren Donahoe, Sara Godfrey, Brendan McNamara, Stephanie Sorich, and Madison Weaver Our team […]

Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method

“What’s in a name?”: The construction of eco-terrorism and legal repercussions of the AEPA/AETA

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This post continues our series sharing pre-publication versions of chapter introductions in our upcoming book titled “Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method” Chapter 8 “What’s in a name?”: The construction of eco-terrorism and legal repercussions of the AEPA/AETA by Athena Chapekis and Sarah Moore The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) defines domestic terrorism as“the […]

Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method

Gender, jail, and injustice: Gender interaction effects on judicial sentencing rhetoric

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This post continues our series sharing pre-publication versions of chapter introductions in our upcoming book titled “Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method” Chapter 7 Gender, jail, and injustice: Gender interaction effects on judicial sentencing rhetoric by Madison Weaver and Alexandria Doty One of the main goals of tPP is to examine how political violence […]

Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method

The impact of foreign affiliation and citizenship on the prosecution of political violence in the United States

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This post continues our series sharing pre-publication versions of chapter introductions in our upcoming book titled “Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method” Chapter 6 The impact of foreign affiliation and citizenship on the prosecution of political violence in the United States by Isabel Bielamowicz Through utilizing a grounded theory approach to the Prosecution Project […]

Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method

What tactic to choose?: Examining the relationship between ideological affiliation and tactic choice

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This post continues our series sharing pre-publication versions of chapter introductions in our upcoming book titled “Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method” Chapter 5 What tactic to choose?: Examining the relationship between ideological affiliation and tactic choice by Elizabeth Springer When committing an act of political violence, a person’s motivations and the message they […]

Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method

Friend or foe?: An analysis of factors influencing sentence length in the prosecution of terrorism

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This post continues our series sharing pre-publication versions of chapter introductions in our upcoming book titled “Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method” Chapter 4 Friend or foe?: An analysis of factors influencing sentence length in the prosecution of terrorism by Megan Burtis and Liz Butler The Federal Sentencing Guidelines provide a template for the […]

Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method

Labeling terrorism before and after 9/11

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This post continues our series sharing pre-publication versions of chapter introductions in our upcoming book titled “Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method” Chapter 3 Labeling terrorism before and after 9/11 by Lauren Donahoe 11 September 2001 was a significant turning point in the history of domestic terrorism. This event impacted how American citizens perceive […]

Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method

Signals of how and why socio-politically motivated crimes are completed

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This post continues our series sharing pre-publication versions of chapter introductions in our upcoming book titled “Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method” Chapter 2 Signals of how and why socio-politically motivated crimes are completed by Tia Turner and Brenda Uriona Attacks against others, whether extremist, politically motivated, crimes of hatred, as well as those […]

Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method

Introducing the Prosecution Project 2017-2020: Its aims and means

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This post begins our series sharing pre-publication versions of chapter introductions in our upcoming book titled “Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method” Chapter 1 Introducing the Prosecution Project 2017-2020: Its aims and means by Michael Loadenthal What is tPP and what is in this book? The Prosecution Project (tPP) is a long-term research platform […]