on findings

How Childhood Experiences Shape Belief Systems: Psychology behind the Ritchie case

Posted on

How Childhood Experiences Shape Belief Systems: Psychology behind the Ritchie case Megan Roques (@meganroques) When coding cases, we examine multiple cases with various motivations in order to determine if they fit the inclusion criteria. Lately, most of the cases that I have found have been the result of scraping documents and databases. Therefore, coding these […]

Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method

Conclusion: Collective reflections on tPP and undergraduate scholarship

Posted on

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

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

Posted on

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 […]

Uncategorized

Former Team Members

Posted on

Former team members   Other students who have briefly assisted tPP include: Megan Boyce, Reagan Brown, Allyson Croy, Rachel Faraci, Megan Frankland, Monica Cely Gomez, JJ Hartwell, Hayley Huge, Will Kendall, Leah Kovach, Megan Kelley, Jesus Lucero, Maggie McCutcheon, Marshal OBrien, Stone Oliver, Preet Patel, Nicolas Sabet, Maia Sepiashvili, Eric Waddell, Ryan Wilms, […]