Volume 5 • Issue 3 • 2012 • Special Issue: Terrorism and Political Violence Research

Introduction


Expanding the Horizons of Terrorism and Political Violence Research

Ellen Giebels and Paul J. Taylor

2012-07-05 Volume 5 • Issue 3 • 2012 • Special Issue: Terrorism and Political Violence Research

Special Issue Article


Assessing Contemporary Trends and Future Prospects in the Study of the Suicide Bomber

Paul Gill

2012-07-05 Volume 5 • Issue 3 • 2012 • Special Issue: Terrorism and Political Violence Research

“My In‐group is Superior!”: Susceptibility for Radical Right‐wing Attitudes and Behaviors in Dutch Youth

Bertjan Doosje , Kees van den Bos , Annemarie Loseman , Allard R. Feddes and Liesbeth Mann

2012-07-05 Volume 5 • Issue 3 • 2012 • Special Issue: Terrorism and Political Violence Research

What’s in a Name? The Representation of Terrorism Using Political Organization Names

Mark Dechesne

2012-07-05 Volume 5 • Issue 3 • 2012 • Special Issue: Terrorism and Political Violence Research

Differentiating Act from Ideology: Evidence from Messages For and Against Violent Extremism

Sheryl Prentice , Paul J. Taylor , Paul Rayson and Ellen Giebels

2012-07-05 Volume 5 • Issue 3 • 2012 • Special Issue: Terrorism and Political Violence Research

Far and Away: Police Negotiators on Overseas Deployments

Heidi A. Nieboer‐Martini , Adam Dolnik and Ellen Giebels

2012-07-05 Volume 5 • Issue 3 • 2012 • Special Issue: Terrorism and Political Violence Research