Studies in Conflict & Terrorism

Papers
(The TQCC of Studies in Conflict & Terrorism is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Assessing the Threat of Incel Violence132
Research Note: Spreading Hate on TikTok99
Incel (E)motives: Resentment, Shame and Revenge37
Uncovering the Far-Right Online Ecosystem: An Analytical Framework and Research Agenda25
Lone-Actor Terrorism – A Systematic Literature Review21
A Witch’s Brew of Grievances: The Potential Effects of COVID-19 on Radicalization to Violent Extremism18
Rebel Governance at the Time of Covid-19: Emergencies as Opportunities for Rebel Rulers16
Lethal Violence in Civil War: Trends and Micro-Dynamics of Violence in the Northern Mali Conflict (2012-2015)14
Defying Rules. Defying Gender?: Women’s Resistance to Islamic State14
Repeated and Extensive Exposure to Online Terrorist Content: Counter-Terrorism Internet Referral Unit Perceived Stresses and Strategies13
From Cooperation to Competition: Localization, Militarization and Rebel Co-Governance Arrangements in Syria13
Rebels-Turned-Narcos? The FARC-EP’s Political Involvement in Colombia’s Cocaine Economy12
From Pawn to Knights: The Changing Role of Women’s Agency in Terrorism?12
White Supremacist Terrorism in Charlottesville: Reconstructing ‘Unite the Right’12
Playing for Hate? Extremism, Terrorism, and Videogames10
Contextualizing Disengagement: How Exit Barriers Shape the Pathways Out of Far-Right Extremism in the United States10
Special Issue Introduction for Terrorism, Gender and Women: Toward an Integrated Research Agenda10
Examining Online Indicators of Extremism in Violent Right-Wing Extremist Forums9
Too Close for Comfort: Cyber Terrorism and Information Security across National Policies and International Diplomacy9
Who Said We Were Terrorists? Issues with Terrorism Data and Inclusion Criteria9
Hospital Attacks Since 9/11: An Analysis of Terrorism Targeting Healthcare Facilities and Workers9
Do White Supremacist Women Adopt Movement Archetypes of Mother, Whore, and Fighter?8
Female Combatants and Durability of Civil War8
Disengaging from Left-Wing Terrorism and Extremism: Field Experiences from Germany and Research Gaps7
The Lure of (Violent) Extremism: Gender Constructs in Online Recruitment and Messaging in Indonesia7
From Bombs to Books, and Back Again? Mapping Strategies of Right-Wing Revolutionary Resistance6
An Attack against Us All? Perceived Similarity and Compassion for the Victims Mediate the Effects of News Coverage about Right-Wing Terrorism6
“A Skinhead at Heart with a Hate-Filled Mind”: Understanding the Themes Present in the White Power Music Scene6
Is There a Language of Terrorists? A Comparative Manifesto Analysis6
Refugees, Perceived Threat & Domestic Terrorism5
Jihadist Ideological Conflict and Local Governance in Mali5
The Radicalization of Young Jihadi Convicted of Membership of Terrorist Organization in Spain: Analyzing the Pieces of the Puzzle5
Gendered Reflections? Extremism in the UK’s Radical Right and al-Muhajiroun Networks5
How War in Yemen Transformed the Iran-Houthi Partnership5
“Jurisprudence Beyond the State: An Analysis of Jihadist “Justice” in Yemen, Syria and Libya5
A Crime Script Analysis of Involuntary Celibate (INCEL) Mass Murderers5
Supreme Men, Subjected Women: Gender Inequality and Violence in Jihadist, Far Right and Male Supremacist Ideologies5
Reconceptualizing Ideology and Extremism: Toward an Empirically-Based Typology5
“I Will Tell You a Story about Jihad”: ISIS’s Propaganda and Narrative Advertising5
Impacts of Radical Right Groups’ Movements across Social Media Platforms – A Case Study of Changes to Britain First’s Visual Strategy in Its Removal from Facebook to Gab5
From Superiority to Supremacy: Exploring the Vulnerability of Military and Police Special Forces to Extreme Right Radicalization4
How Do Leadership Decapitation and Targeting Error Affect Suicide Bombings? The Case of Al-Shabaab4
A Crime Script Analysis of Violent and Nonviolent Extremists4
Terrorism Studies and the Far Right – The State of Play4
The Wagner Group in Africa: Russia’s Quasi-State Agent of Influence4
A Hybrid Threat: The Night Wolves Motorcycle Club4
Barriers to Peace? Colombian Citizens’ Beliefs and Attitudes Vis-à-Vis the Government-FARC-EP Agreement4
Beyond Greed: Why Armed Groups Tax4
More Angry than Scared? A Study of Public Reactions to the Manchester Arena and London Bridge Terror Attacks of 20174
Exploring the Nexus between Armed Groups and the Trafficking and Smuggling of Human Beings in the Central Sahel and Libya4
Investigating the Effects of Right-Wing Terrorism on Government Satisfaction: A Time Course Analysis of the 2019 Christchurch Terror Attack4
Deep Analysis of Taliban Videos: Differential Use of Multimodal, Visual and Sonic Forms across Strategic Themes4
Social Exclusion and Political Violence: Multilevel Analysis of the Justification of Terrorism4
Queering Terrorism4
Understanding the Role of the Internet in the Process of Radicalisation: An Analysis of Convicted Extremists in England and Wales4
Gender in Countering Violent Extremism Program Design, Implementation and Evaluation: Beyond Instrumentalism3
New Models for Deploying Counterspeech: Measuring Behavioral Change and Sentiment Analysis3
Masculinities and Disengagement from Jihadi Networks: The Case of Indonesian Militant Islamists3
The Oxygen of Publicity: Explaining U.S. Media Coverage of International Kidnapping3
Emotional Trials in Terrorism Research: Running Risks When Accessing Salafi-Jihadist Foreign Fighter Returnees and Their Social Milieu3
Identifying Key Players in Violent Extremist Networks: Using Socio-Semantic Network Analysis as Part of a Program of Content Moderation3
A Comparative Analysis of Australian and Canadian Foreign Fighters Traveling to Syria and Iraq3
Fighting over the Image: The Israeli − Palestinian Conflict in the Gaza Strip 2018 − 193
The Relationship between of Moral Injury and Radicalisation: A Systematic Review3
Everyday Religion and Radical Islamism – A Contribution to Theorizing the Role of Religion in Radicalization Studies3
Al-Qaeda’s Iran Dilemma: Evidence from the Abbottabad Records3
Family Matters: A Preliminary Framework for Understanding Family Influence on Islamist Radicalization3
Capitalizing on Cleavages: Transnational Jihadist Conflicts, Local Fault Lines and Cumulative Extremism3
Comparing Online Posting Typologies among Violent and Nonviolent Right-Wing Extremists3
Application of the TRAP-18 Framework to U.S. and Western European Lone Actor Terrorists3
Exposure to Extremist Content and Public Sympathy for ISIS3
Pragmatism and Purism in Jihadist Governance: The Islamic Emirate of Azawad Revisited3
Part and Parcel? Examining Al Shabaab and Boko Haram’s Violence Targeting Civilians and Violence Targeting Women3
Causes of Violent Extremism in Central Asia: The Case of Kazakhstan3
Research Note: Former Extremist Interviews Current Extremist: Self-Disclosure and Emotional Engagement in Terrorism Studies3
Do Vigilante Groups Reduce Cartel-Related Violence? An Empirical Assessment of Crime Trends in Michoacán, Mexico3
Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghrib’s Expansion in the Sahara: New Insights from Primary Sources3
Everyday Prevention of Radicalization: The Impacts of Family, Peer, and Police Intervention3
Reframing the Campaign: From Egypt’s Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis to Wilayat Sinai, Islamic State’s Sinai Province3
Textual Messaging of ISIS’s al-Naba and the Context Drivers That Correspond to Strategic Changes3
Exceptional Inclusion: Understanding the PKK’s Gender Policy3
Developing an Extremist Construct Schema and Measuring Ideological Engagement2
A Model for Counterinsurgency Success? The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in the Struggle against the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (2003–2012)2
From Rebelling to Ruling: Insurgent Victory and State Capture in Africa2
“Sorry, We’re Closed”: Applying Business Models to Failed Terrorist Organizations2
Maoist Hybridity? A Comparative Analysis of the Links between Insurgent Strategic Practice and Tactical Hybridity in Contemporary Non-State Armed Groups2
An Empirical Assessment of China’s Counterterrorism Efforts and Securitization of Turkic Muslims2
A Framework for Explaining National P/CVE Programs: A Case Study of Kazakhstan2
Understanding PKK, Kurdish Hezbollah and ISIS Recruitment in Southeastern Turkey2
Composite Violent Extremism: Conceptualizing Attackers Who Increasingly Challenge Traditional Categories of Terrorism2
Redefining Global Jihad and Its Termination: The Subjugation of al-Qaeda by Its Former Franchise in Syria2
Legitimation through Collectivization: Al Qaeda and US Discourses on the Use of Force2
Toward an Ethical Framework for Countering Extremist Propaganda Online2
Side-Switching as State-Building: the Case of Russian-Speaking Militias in Eastern Ukraine2
Reclaim the Beach: How Offline Events Shape Online Interactions and Networks Amongst Those Who Support and Oppose Right-Wing Protest2
Landmines and Improvised Explosive Devices: The Lingering Terror of the Islamic State2
Post-Fordism and the Transformation of Transatlantic Counter-Terrorism2
Social Cleavages and Armed Group Consolidation: The Case of Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan Arab Armed Forces2
Counterterrorism and Modern White Supremacy2
Social Cohesion and Collective Violence: Latent Variable Approach to Explaining Riots in East Jerusalem2
Mechanisms of 3N Model on Radicalization: Testing the Mediation by Group Identity and Ideology of the Relationship between Need for Significance and Violent Extremism2
White Demographic Anxiety and Support for Torture of Terrorism Suspects2
Five Things We Need to Learn About Incel Extremism: Issues, Challenges and Avenues for Fresh Research2
The Effects of Social Media, Elites, and Political Polarization on Civil Conflict2
Whose Interest? Whose Peace? An Evaluation of Pakistan’s Peace Agreements with the Taliban in the Tribal Areas (2004–2015)2
The Image War as a Significant Fighting Arena – Evidence from the Ukrainian Battle over Perceptions during the 2022 Russian Invasion2
Women Too: Explaining Gender Ideologies of Ethnopolitical Organizations2
To Escalate, or Not to Escalate? Private Military and Security Companies and Conflict Severity2
A Downward Spiral: The Role of Hegemonic Masculinity in Lone Actor Terrorism2
Characteristics of Incel Forum Users: Social Network Analysis and Chronological Posting Patterns2
De-Talibanization and the Onset of Insurgency in Afghanistan2
And the Last Straw Falls: The Cumulative Influence of Disillusionment among Former Viet Cong Insurgents2
Coin as Imagined Sovereignty: A Rhetorical Analysis of Coins as a Transhistorical Artifact and an Ideograph in Islamic State’s Communication2
Transnational Jihad as a Bundled Conflict-Constellation2
Outbidding and Gender: Dynamics in the Colombian Civil War2
The ONA Network and the Transnationalization of Neo-Nazi-Satanism2
Terrorist Peer Review: Which Autonomous Attacks Does ISIL Accept for Publication?2
Blowin’ in the Wind? The Musical Response to the War on Terror2
Starvation as Siege Tactics: Urban Warfare in Syria2
Exiting the Manosphere. A Gendered Analysis of Radicalization, Diversion and Deradicalization Narratives from r/IncelExit and r/ExRedPill2
Oil and the Islamic State: Revisiting “Resource Wars” Arguments in Light of ISIS Operations and State-Making Attempts2
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