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START Annual Meeting 2016: Quick-Fire Presentation - Terrorism and Radicalization


START Annual Meeting 2016: Quick-Fire Presentation - Terrorism and Radicalization

Abstract: 

Terrorism and Radicalization

  • A Typology of Terrorist Involvement presented by Neil Shortland
  • Terrorist Ideology Project presented by Gary Ackerman
  • One God for All? Religion and Group Radicalization presented by Jóhanna Birnir
  • Organizational Determinants of Violence and Performance presented by Gina Ligon
  • Patterns of U.S. Extremist Crime presented by Steven Chermak
  • Unifying Approaches to Adversarial Modeling presented by Julia Smith
  • Shadows of Violence: Empirical Assessments of Threats, Coercion, and Gray Zones presented by Barnett Koven
  • Using Experimental Research to Study the Dynamics of Radicalization presented by Anthony Lemieux
  • Cut from the Same Cloth? Comparing Domestic Extremists and Gang Members presented by David Pyrooz
  • Profiles of Individual Radicalization in the United States-Foreign Fighters (PIRUS-FF) presented by Patrick James
  • Recruitment and Radicalization Among U.S. Far-Right Terrorists presented by Pete Simi