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A configurational analysis of 44 US mass shootings: 1975–2015
ABSTRACT This study identifies the conditions under which civilian shooter events in the United States become mass episodes of killing. Hitherto, researchers have examined many individual-level
Violence begets violence: Why states should not lethally repress popular protest
State repression committed upon political opposition is one of the most commonly reoccurring events in the age of the nation state. A popular question has been whether repression increases or
Repression, spontaneity, and collective action: the 2013 Turkish Gezi protests
ABSTRACT Scholars have identified various conditions that influence the formation of spontaneous collective action. Certain types of opposition strategies and geographic conditions make it likelier
Heat-transfer enhancement in a cross-flow over an in-line tube bank having turbulizing rods
Based on experimental data, the effect of the turbulizing rods installed in tube cells on the enhancement of heat transfer in a symmetrical in-line tube bank is evaluated.
A Distinction Without a Difference? Examining the Causal Pathways Behind Ideologically Motivated Mass Public Shootings
This study utilizes crisp-set qualitative comparative analysis to assess 306 mass shootings. We compare non-extremist and extremist mass shooters according to characteristics that capture mental
Debunking the Myths Behind Nonviolent Civil Resistance
Scholars argue that nonviolence is likelier to cause political change in comparison to other strategies, including violence. This study identifies issues throughout this literature ranging from
Antagonisms and the Discursive Sedimentation of American Gun Culture
This article offers a new critical viewpoint of American gun culture through the use of political discourse theory. I argue that the historical evolvement and position of guns in the United States
Social causation and protest mobilization: why temporality and interaction matter
ABSTRACT Social causation and protest mobilization: why temporality and interaction matter. Territory, Politics, Governance. In this study, fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA) is
Comparing Protest Massacres
  • A. Anisin
  • Sociology
    Journal of Historical Sociology
  • 1 June 2019
Unravelling the complex nature of security force defection
ABSTRACT This study analyses a large number of regime-change seeking movements, their experiences with state repression, and the outcome of security force defection. Crisp-set Qualitative-Comparative
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