Steven Windisch
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Addicted to hate: Identity residual among former white supremacists
P Simi, K Blee, M DeMichele, S Windisch
American Sociological Review 82 (6), 1167-1187, 2017
Disengagement from ideologically-based and violent organizations: A systematic review of the literature
S Windisch, P Simi, GS Ligon, H McNeel
Recruitment and radicalization among US far-right terrorists recruitment and radicalization among US far-right terrorists
P Simi, S Windisch, K Sporer
Why radicalization fails: Barriers to mass casualty terrorism
P Simi, S Windisch
Terrorism and political violence 32 (4), 831-850, 2020
Organizational [dis] trust: Comparing disengagement among former left-wing and right-wing violent extremists
S Windisch, G Scott Ligon, P Simi
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 42 (6), 559-580, 2019
Understanding the micro-situational dynamics of white supremacist violence in the United States
S Windisch, P Simi, K Blee, M DeMichele
Perspectives on Terrorism 12 (6), 23-37, 2018
Anger from Within: The Role of Emotions in Disengagement from Violent Extremism
P Simi, S Windisch, D Harris, G Ligon
Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology 7 (2), 3-27, 2019
Measuring the extent and nature of adverse childhood experiences (ACE) among former white supremacists
S Windisch, P Simi, K Blee, M DeMichele
Terrorism and political violence 34 (6), 1207-1228, 2022
Trauma as a precursor to violent extremism: How non-ideological factors can influence joining an extremist group
P Simi, B Bubolz, H McNeel, K Sporer, S Windisch
START Newsletter, 2015
Headhunting among extremist organizations: An empirical assessment of talent spotting
S Windisch, MK Logan, GS Ligon
Perspectives on Terrorism 12 (2), 44-62, 2018
Online interventions for reducing hate speech and cyberhate: A systematic review
S Windisch, S Wiedlitzka, A Olaghere, E Jenaway
Campbell systematic reviews 18 (2), e1243, 2022
PROTOCOL: Online interventions for reducing hate speech and cyberhate: A systematic review
S Windisch, S Wiedlitzka, A Olaghere
Campbell Systematic Reviews 17 (1), 2021
The culture of violent talk: An interpretive approach
P Simi, S Windisch
Social sciences 9 (7), 120, 2020
Former extremists in radicalization and counter-radicalization research
R Scrivens, S Windisch, P Simi
Radicalization and counter-radicalization 25, 209-224, 2020
Neo-Nazi music subculture
S Windisch, P Simi
Routledge Handbook on Deviance, 111-121, 2017
Adverse childhood experiences (ACE), adolescent misconduct, and violent extremism: a comparison of former left-wing and right-wing extremists
MK Logan, S Windisch, P Simi
Terrorism and Political Violence 36 (1), 55-74, 2024
Salafi Jihadist inspired profiles and radicalization clusters (SPARC)
G Ligon, S Windisch, CL Braun, MK Logan, DC Derrick, G Armstrong
Characteristics of Homegrown Violent Extremist Radicalization. Final Report …, 2019
More than a joke: White supremacist humor as a daily form of resistance
S Windisch, P Simi
Deviant Behavior 44 (3), 381-397, 2023
On the Permissibility of Homicidal Violence: Perspectives from Former US White Supremacists
S Windisch, P Simi, KM Blee, M DeMichele
Perspectives on Terrorism 14 (6), 65-76, 2020
From Swaddling to Swastikas: A Life-course Investigation of White Supremacist Extremism [Dissertation]
S Windisch
University of Nebraska at Omaha, 2019
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