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Sarah Carthy
Sarah Carthy
Assistant Professor, Leiden University
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Counter‐narratives for the prevention of violent radicalisation: A systematic review of targeted interventions
SL Carthy, CB Doody, K Cox, D O'Hora, KM Sarma
Campbell Systematic Reviews 16 (3), e1106, 2020
662020
Mental disorder, psychological problems and terrorist behaviour: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
KM Sarma, SL Carthy, KM Cox
Campbell systematic reviews 18 (3), e1268, 2022
262022
Countering terrorist narratives: Assessing the efficacy and mechanisms of change in counter-narrative strategies
SL Carthy, KM Sarma
Terrorism and Political Violence 35 (3), 569-593, 2023
152023
Understanding (non) involvement in terrorist violence: What sets extremists who use terrorist violence apart from those who do not?
B Schuurman, SL Carthy
Criminology & Public Policy 23 (1), 119-152, 2024
62024
Who commits terrorism alone? Comparing the biographical backgrounds and radicalization dynamics of lone-actor and group-based terrorists
B Schuurman, SL Carthy
Crime & Delinquency, 00111287231180126, 2023
52023
The makings of a terrorist: Continuity and change across left-, right-and jihadist extremists and terrorists in Europe and North-America, 1960s-present
B Schuurman, SL Carthy
Deviant Behavior 44 (6), 953-974, 2023
52023
PROTOCOL: Counter‐narratives for the prevention of violent radicalisation: A systematic review of targeted interventions
SL Carthy, CB Doody, D O'Hora, KM Sarma
Campbell systematic reviews 14 (1), 1, 2018
52018
PROTOCOL: Mental disorder, psychological problems and terrorist behaviour: A systematic review
KM Sarma, SL Carthy, KM Cox
Campbell systematic reviews 18 (2), e1249, 2022
22022
Contextualizing involvement in terrorist violence by considering non-significant findings: Using null results and temporal perspectives to better understand radicalization outcomes
B Schuurman, SL Carthy
Plos one 18 (11), e0292941, 2023
12023
Preventing violent radicalisation: An evidence-based approach to countering terrorist narratives
SL Carthy
School of Psychology, National University of Ireland, Galway, 2020
12020
Researching Extremists and Terrorists: Reflections on Interviewing Hard-to-Reach Populations
SL Carthy, B Schuurman
Fieldwork Experiences in Criminology and Security Studies: Methods, Ethics …, 2023
2023
Comparing the Red Army Faction to modern-day terrorists: bringing the'Analysen zum Terrorismus' back into scholarly debate
BW Schuurman, SL Carthy
Leiden Security and Global Affairs Blog, 2022
2022
Lessons learned from alternative narrative campaigns
DGMH Affairs
Publications Office of the European Union, 2022
2022
Intervenciones contra-narrativa pueden afectar algunos factores de riesgo relacionados con radicalización violenta
SL Carthy, CB Doody, K Cox, D O'Hora, KM Sarma
Campbell Collaboration, 2021
2021
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