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Political parties and terrorist groups
L Weinberg, A Pedahzur, A Perliger
Routledge, 2008
2772008
The changing nature of suicide attacks: A social network perspective
A Pedahzur, A Perliger
Social forces 84 (4), 1987-2008, 2006
2632006
Altruism and fatalism: The characteristics of Palestinian suicide terrorists
A Pedahzur, A Perliger, L Weinberg
Deviant Behavior 24 (4), 405-423, 2003
2572003
Social network analysis in the study of terrorism and political violence
A Perliger, A Pedahzur
PS: Political Science & Politics 44 (1), 45-50, 2011
2552011
Jewish terrorism in Israel
A Pedahzur, A Perliger
Columbia University Press, 2009
1682009
Challengers from the Sidelines
A Perliger
West Point, NY: Combating Terrorism Center, 2012
1482012
Democratic attitudes among high-school pupils: The role played by perceptions of class climate
A Perliger, D Canetti-Nisim, A Pedahzur
School Effectiveness and School Improvement 17 (1), 119-140, 2006
1152006
From cradle to grave: the lifecycle of foreign fighters in Iraq and Syria
A Perliger, D Milton
Combating Terrorism Center at West Point, 2016
792016
American zealots: Inside right-wing domestic terrorism
A Perliger
Columbia University Press, 2019
652019
The gap between participation and violence: Why we need to disaggregate terrorist ‘profiles’
A Perliger, G Koehler-Derrick, A Pedahzur
International Studies Quarterly 60 (2), 220-229, 2016
642016
How democracies respond to terrorism: Regime characteristics, symbolic power and counterterrorism
A Perliger
Security Studies 21 (3), 490-528, 2012
642012
I versus we: Collective and individual factors of reserve service motivation during war and peace
G Ben-Dor, A Pedahzur, D Canetti-Nisim, E Zaidise, A Perliger, ...
Armed forces & society 34 (4), 565-592, 2008
622008
Explaining the spontaneous nature of far-right violence in the United States
MM Sweeney, A Perliger
Perspectives on Terrorism 12 (6), 52-71, 2018
602018
Policing terrorism in Israel
A Perliger, B Hasisi, A Pedahzur
Criminal Justice and Behavior 36 (12), 1279-1304, 2009
372009
Counter cultures, group dynamics and religious terrorism
A Perliger, A Pedahzur
Political Studies 64 (2), 297-314, 2016
332016
Turning to and from terror: Deciphering the conditions under which political groups choose violent and nonviolent tactics
S Martin, A Perliger
Perspectives on Terrorism 6 (4/5), 21-45, 2012
292012
The causes of vigilante political violence: The case of Jewish settlers
A Pedahzur, A Perliger
Civil Wars 6 (3), 9-30, 2003
282003
Jewish self-defence and terrorist groups prior to the establishment of the state of Israel: Roots and traditions
A Perliger, L Weinberg
Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions 4 (3), 91-118, 2003
272003
Introduction: characteristics of suicide attacks
A Pedahzur, A Perliger
Root Causes of Suicide Terrorism, 21-32, 2006
242006
Terrorist networks’ productivity and durability: a comparative multi-level analysis
A Perliger
Perspectives on Terrorism 8 (4), 36-52, 2014
222014
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