Thursday, January 28, 2016

New Issue: Journal of Conflict Resolution

The latest issue of the Journal of Conflict Resolution (Vol. 60, no. 2, March 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Nam Kyu Kim, Revisiting Economic Shocks and Coups
  • Walter Enders, Gary A. Hoover, & Todd Sandler, The Changing Nonlinear Relationship between Income and Terrorism
  • Matthias Basedau, Birte Pfeiffer, & Johannes Vüllers, Bad Religion? Religion, Collective Action, and the Onset of Armed Conflict in Developing Countries
  • Anthony S. Marcum & Jonathan N. Brown, Overthrowing the “Loyalty Norm”: The Prevalence and Success of Coups in Small-coalition Systems, 1950 to 1999
  • Clionadh Raleigh, Pragmatic and Promiscuous: Explaining the Rise of Competitive Political Militias across Africa
  • Charles Butcher & Isak Svensson, Manufacturing Dissent: Modernization and the Onset of Major Nonviolent Resistance Campaigns
  • Kurt A. Ackermann, Jürgen Fleiß, & Ryan O. Murphy, Reciprocity as an Individual Difference
  • Stephanie Dornschneider & Nick Henderson, A Computational Model of Cognitive Maps: Analyzing Violent and Nonviolent Activity in Egypt and Germany