Jennifer Varriale Carson
Jennifer Varriale Carson
Other namesJennifer Anne Varriale
Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology & Director of the Honors College at University of
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Terrorist and non-terrorist criminal attacks by radical environmental and animal rights groups in the United States, 1970–2007
JV Carson, G LaFree, L Dugan
Terrorism and Political Violence 24 (2), 295-319, 2012
Counterterrorism and radical eco-groups: A context for exploring the series hazard model
JV Carson
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 30, 485-504, 2014
Assessing the Effectiveness of High‐Profile Targeted Killings in the “War on Terror” A Quasi‐Experiment
JV Carson
Criminology & Public Policy 16 (1), 191-220, 2017
Female gang members and desistance: Pregnancy as a possible exit strategy
JA Varriale
Journal of Gang Research 15 (4), 35-64, 2008
A comprehensive application of rational choice theory: how costs imposed by, and benefits derived from, the US federal government affect incidents perpetrated by the radical …
JV Carson, L Dugan, SM Yang
Journal of quantitative criminology 36, 701-724, 2020
The global jihadist movement: The most lethal ideology?
JV Carson, M Suppenbach
Homicide Studies 22 (1), 8-44, 2018
Cannabis prevalence and national drug policy in 27 countries: An analysis of adolescent substance use
MM Kotlaja, JV Carson
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 63 (7 …, 2019
Left‐Wing Terrorism: From Anarchists to the Radical Environmental Movement and Back
JV Carson
The handbook of the criminology of terrorism, 310-322, 2016
Examining the influence of Jessica’s Law on reported forcible rape: A time-series analysis
R Dierenfeldt, JV Carson
Criminal justice policy review 28 (1), 87-101, 2017
Problem-oriented policing in suburban low-income housing: A quasi-experiment
JV Carson, AP Wellman
Police Quarterly 21 (2), 139-170, 2018
Trends in police research: a cross‐sectional analysis of the 2005 literature
CW Telep, JA Varriale, JC Gibbs, C Na, B Bartholomew
Police Practice and Research: An International Journal 9 (5), 445-469, 2008
Trends in police research: A cross‐sectional analysis of the 2004 literature
JA Varriale, JC Gibbs, EM Ahlin, MR Gugino, C Na
Police Practice and Research 8 (5), 461-485, 2007
Eco-terrorism and the corresponding legislative efforts to intervene and prevent future attacks
SM Yang, YY Su, JV Carson
Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security, and Society, 2014
The radicalization of the Kanes: family as a primary group influence?
JV Carson, PA James, TA O’Neal
Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict 12 (1), 67-89, 2019
Assessing the nuances of counterterrorism programs: A country-level investigation of targeted killings
JV Carson
Crime & Delinquency 65 (9), 1262-1291, 2019
Implicit bias within public reporting: A virtual reality experiment examining “suspicious” activity
JV Carson, H Politte
Crime & Delinquency 67 (12), 2135-2162, 2021
The criminal conduct of radical environmental and animal rights groups: A rational choice perspective on morality
JV Carson
University of Maryland, College Park, 2010
Country-level firearm availability and terrorism: A new approach to examining the gun-crime relationship
JV Carson, R Dierenfeldt, D Fisher
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 59 (4), 449-486, 2022
Terrorism outside the proverbial vacuum: implications for the moral context
JV Carson, B Bartholomew
Deviant Behavior 37 (5), 557-572, 2016
Lone wolf terrorism: The new form of the global jihadist movement? Evidence from Afghanistan (1997–2013)
JV Carson, M Suppenbach
The Journal of the Middle East and Africa 7 (4), 441-453, 2016
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