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2014
Makin, David A.,  Hoard, Season . Understanding the gender gap in domestic terrorism through criminal participation. Criminal Justice Policy Review. 25, (5), 531-532.
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2013
Simi, Pete,  Bubolz, Bryan,  Hardman, Ann . Military experience, identity discrepancies, and far right terrorism: An exploratory analysis. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. 36, (8), 654-671.
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2012
Johnson, Brian D. Cross-classified multilevel models: An application to the criminal case processing of indicted terrorists. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 28, (1), 163-189.
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2012
Chermak, Steven M.,  Freilich, Joshua, D.,  Parkin, William S.,  Lynch, James P. American terrorism and extremist crime data sources and selectivity bias: An investigation focusing on homicide events committed by far-right extremists. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 28, (1), 191-218.
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2011
Harms, Joshua A. The War on Terror and Legal Change: Exploring Offenders Who Provide Material Support to Terrorists. Dissertation, University of Texas at Dallas.
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2011
Reeser, Ann M. The Tipping Point to Terrorism: Involvement in Right-Wing Terrorist Groups in the United States. Dissertation, University of Nebraska at Omaha.
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2009
LaFree, Gary . Editorial introduction: Criminology's third war -- special issue on terrorism and responses to terrorism. Criminology and Public Policy. 8, (3), 431-444.
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2009
Stern, Jessica . Editorial conclusion: Strengths and limits of criminological research on terrorism. Criminology and Public Policy. 8, (3), 661-665.
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2009
Wigle, John . Policy Essay: A systematic approach to precursor behaviors. Criminology and Public Policy. 8, (3), 607-621.
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2009
Smith, Brent L.,  Damphousse, Kelly R. Patterns of precursor behaviors in the life span of a U.S. environmental terrorist group. Criminology and Public Policy. 8, (3), 475-496.
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2009
Legault, Richard L.,  Hendrickson, James C. Weapon choice and American political violence: A comparison of terrorists and other felons in federal custody. Criminology and Public Policy. 8, (3), 531-559.
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2009
Frellich, Joshua D.,  Chermak, Steven M.,  Caspi, David . Critical events in the life trajectories of domestic extremist white supremacist groups: A case study analysis of four violent organizations. Criminology and Public Policy. 8, (3), 497-530.
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2009
Bradley-Engen, Mindy S.,  Damphousse, Kelly R.,  Smith, Brent L. Punishing terrorists: A re-examination of U. S. federal sentencing in the postguidelines era. International Criminal Justice Review. 19, (4), 433-455.
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2009
Shields, Chris,  Damphousse, Kelly R.,  Smith, Brent L. Assessment of defense and prosecutorial strategies in terrorism trials: Implications for State and Federal prosecutors. Final Report. NCJ 228276, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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2009
Forst, Brian . Criminologists and terrorism: Finding firearms under lampposts. Criminology and Public Policy. 8, (3), 655-660.
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2008
Cothren, Jackson,  Smith, Brent L.,  Roberts, Paxton,  Damphousse, Kelly R. Geospatial and temporal patterns of preparatory conduct among American terrorists. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice. 32, (1), 23-41.
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2008
Bradley, Mindy,  Damphousse, Kelly R.,  Smith, Brent L. Case Disposition and Terrorist Status on Sentencing Outcomes: Rewarding Pleas or Punishing Trials?. American Society of Criminology. St. Louis, MO: American Society of Criminology.
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2008
Shields, Christopher A. An Analysis of Prosecutorial and Defense Strategies in Federal Terrorism Trials from 1980 to 2004. Dissertation, University of Arkansas.
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2008
Parrot, Neil . An Analysis of Terrorism Financing Court Cases. Thesis, University of Arkansas.
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2008
Johnson, Sheena M. Gender and Terrorism: Demographic Variations and Patterns of Behavior. Thesis, University of Arkansas.
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2007
Hobbs-Keith, Carrie,  Bradley, Mindy,  Smith, Brent L.,  Damphousse, Kelly R. Trials, Terrors, and Sentencing: The Impact of Case Disposition and Terrorist Status on Sentencing Outcomes. American Society of Criminology. Atlanta, GA: American Society of Criminology.
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2007
Damphousse, Kelly R.,  Shields, Chris . The morning after: Assessing the effect of major terrorism events on prosecution strategies and outcomes. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. 23, (2), 174-194.
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2007
Legault, Richard,  Hendrickson, James C. Terror prosecutions involving firearms related crime in the United States. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Atlanta, GA.
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2007
Simi, Pete,  Stacey, Ann . Recruitment Strategies among Aryan Extremist Groups. American Society of Criminology. Atlanta, GA: American Society of Criminology.
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