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Bart Schuurman
Bart Schuurman
Andere namenBart Willem Schuurman
Institute of Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University - Campus The Hague
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor fgga.leidenuniv.nl
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Research on terrorism, 2007–2016: A review of data, methods, and authorship
B Schuurman
Terrorism and Political Violence 32 (5), 1011-1026, 2020
3862020
End of the lone wolf: The typology that should not have been
B Schuurman, L Lindekilde, S Malthaner, F O'Connor, P Gill, N Bouhana
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 42 (8), 771-778, 2019
2492019
Topics in terrorism research: reviewing trends and gaps, 2007-2016
B Schuurman
Critical Studies on Terrorism 12 (3), 463-480, 2019
1622019
Reconsidering radicalization: Fanaticism and the link between ideas and violence
B Schuurman, M Taylor
Perspectives on Terrorism 12 (1), 3-22, 2018
1582018
Lone Actor Terrorist Attack Planning and Preparation: A Data‐Driven Analysis
B Schuurman, E Bakker, P Gill, N Bouhana
Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2017
1472017
Reintegrating jihadist extremists: evaluating a Dutch initiative, 2013–2014
B Schuurman, E Bakker
Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 8 (1), 66-85, 2016
1262016
Operation ‘Serval’: A strategic analysis of the French intervention in Mali, 2013–2014
S Boeke, B Schuurman
Journal of strategic studies 38 (6), 801-825, 2015
1252015
Clausewitz and the ‘New Wars’ Scholars
B Schuurman
Parameters 40 (1), 89-100, 2010
1192010
Moving terrorism research forward: the crucial role of primary sources
B Schuurman, Q Eijkman, IB Note
International Centre for Counter-Terrorism - The Hague, 8, 2013
109*2013
Rationales for terrorist violence in homegrown jihadist groups: A case study from the Netherlands
B Schuurman, JG Horgan
Aggression and Violent Behavior 27, 55-63, 2016
882016
Radicalization patterns and modes of attack planning and preparation among lone-actor terrorists: an exploratory analysis
L Lindekilde, F O’Connor, B Schuurman
Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 11 (2), 113-133, 2019
782019
Background and preparatory behaviours of right-wing extremist lone actors: A comparative study
N Bouhana, E Corner, P Gill, B Schuurman
Perspectives on Terrorism 12 (6), 150-163, 2018
742018
Converts and Islamist terrorism: An introduction
BW Schuurman, P Grol, S Flower
International Centre for Counter-Terrorism Policy Brief 7 (3), 1-21, 2016
672016
Indicators of terrorist intent and capability: Tools for threat assessment
B Schuurman, Q Eijkman
Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict 8 (3), 215-231, 2015
652015
Reintegrating Terrorists in the Netherlands: Evaluating the Dutch approach
L van der Heide, B Schuurman
Journal for Deradicalization, 196-239, 2018
542018
Becoming a European homegrown jihadist: A multilevel analysis of involvement in the Dutch Hofstadgroup, 2002-2005
B Schuurman
Amsterdam University Press, 2018
502018
The hofstadgroup revisited: Questioning its status as a “quintessential” homegrown jihadist network
B Schuurman, Q Eijkman, E Bakker
Terrorism and Political Violence 27 (5), 906-925, 2015
442015
Defeated by popular demand: Public support and counterterrorism in three western democracies, 1963–1998
B Schuurman
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 36 (2), 152-175, 2013
442013
Structural influences on involvement in European homegrown jihadism: A case study
B Schuurman, E Bakker, Q Eijkman
Terrorism and Political Violence 30 (1), 97-115, 2018
412018
Non-Involvement in Terrorist Violence: Understanding the Most Common Outcome of Radicalization Processes
B Schuurman
Perspectives on Terrorism 14 (6), 14-26, 2020
402020
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