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Locating Extremists Where They Strike: The Influence of Ideology and Geography on Terrorist Target Selection

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Locating Extremists Where They Strike: The Influence of Ideology and Geography on Terrorist Target Selection Isabel Bielamowicz and Kayla Groneck This is a brief summary of a 14-week research project we designed and carried out, the purpose of which was to identify the relationships between geographic location, ideological affiliation, and physical target for cases of […]

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Gender Disparities in Crimes of Political Violence: Revealing tPP’s Strengths and Limitations

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Gender Disparities in Crimes of Political Violence: Revealing tPP’s Strengths and Limitations Kayla Groneck Taking a step back from coding further cases for the dataset, tPP’s researchers wanted to take the time to answer some of the questions which had arisen around the trends we identified over months of researching and coding prosecutions of political […]

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 […]