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Jun 8, 2022
Plapinger, Samuel. 2022. "Online Appendices for: "Insurgent Recruitment Practices and Combat Effectiveness in Civil War: The Black September Conflict in Jordan"". Qualitative Data Repository. https://doi.org/10.5064/F617CWDH. Security Studies. V1
These appendices provide supplementary information and background for the corresponding article published in Security Studies. The appendices include: (a) an extended discussion of the fieldwork that informed the article; (b) methodology and coding information for variables used...
Feb 1, 2022
Bou Nassif, Hicham. 2022. "Transnational Jihadists Lebanese Recruits". Qualitative Data Repository. https://doi.org/10.5064/F6P3QF2Y. Security Studies. V1
Project Summary The study seeks to reconsider the pathways for transnational Jihadi recruitment in Syria and Iraq. It explores four main theories of radical recruitment: socioeconomic, cultural-religious, sectarian-based, and socio-psychological. The project tests each theory by...
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