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American Swastika: Inside the white power movement's hidden spaces of hate
P Simi, R Futrell
Rowman & Littlefield, 2015
389*2015
Free spaces, collective identity, and the persistence of US white power activism
R Futrell, P Simi
Social Problems 51 (1), 16-42, 2004
3772004
Understanding music in movements: The white power music scene
R Futrell, P Simi, S Gottschalk
The Sociological Quarterly 47 (2), 275-304, 2006
2342006
Narratives of childhood adversity and adolescent misconduct as precursors to violent extremism: A life-course criminological approach
P Simi, K Sporer, BF Bubolz
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 53 (4), 536-563, 2016
1792016
Negotiating white power activist stigma
P Simi, R Futrell
Social Problems 56 (1), 89-110, 2009
1682009
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
1522017
Sleep and delinquency: does the amount of sleep matter?
SS Clinkinbeard, P Simi, MK Evans, AL Anderson
Journal of youth and adolescence 40 (7), 916-930, 2011
1442011
Cyberculture and the endurance of white power activism
P Simi, R Futrell
Journal of Political and Military Sociology 34 (1), 115, 2006
1232006
Leaving the world of hate: Life-course transitions and self-change
BF Bubolz, P Simi
American Behavioral Scientist 59 (12), 1588-1608, 2015
1152015
Why study white supremacist terror? A research note
P Simi
Deviant Behavior 31 (3), 251-273, 2010
992010
Military experience, identity discrepancies, and far right terrorism: An exploratory analysis
P Simi, BF Bubolz, A Hardman
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 36 (8), 654-671, 2013
682013
the [un] surprising alt-right
R Futrell, P Simi
Contexts 16 (2), 76-76, 2017
632017
Why Radicalization Fails: Barriers to Mass Casualty Terrorism
P Simi, S Windisch
Terrorism and Political Violence, 1-20, 2018
602018
Recruitment and radicalization among US far-right terrorists
P Simi, S Windisch, K Sporer
National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism …, 2016
58*2016
Disillusionment and change: A cognitive-emotional theory of gang exit
BF Bubolz, P Simi
Deviant Behavior 36 (4), 330-345, 2015
542015
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, 1-22, 2017
492017
European farmers and their protests
E Bush, P Simi
Contentious Europeans. Protest and Politics in an Emerging Polity, 97-124, 2001
472001
Parenting as activism: identity alignment and activist persistence in the white power movement
P Simi, R Futrell, BF Bubolz
The Sociological Quarterly 57 (3), 491-519, 2016
422016
From punk kids to public enemy number one
P Simi, L Smith, AMS Reeser
Deviant behavior 29 (8), 753-774, 2008
392008
Putting the “O” in VEOs: What makes an organization?
GS Ligon, P Simi, M Harms, DJ Harris
Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict 6 (1-3), 110-134, 2013
342013
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