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 (3), 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
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
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
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 (3), 701-724, 2020
Problem-oriented policing in suburban low-income housing: a quasi-experiment
JV Carson, AP Wellman
Police Quarterly 21 (2), 139-170, 2018
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
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
Terrorism outside the proverbial vacuum: implications for the moral context
JV Carson, B Bartholomew
Deviant Behavior 37 (5), 557-572, 2016
The criminal conduct of radical environmental and animal rights groups: A rational choice perspective on morality
JV Carson
University of Maryland, College Park, 2010
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
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
Reintegrating to the prison community: An investigation into the impact of crime on victims classes
JV Carson, S Chenault, RE Matusiak
The Prison Journal 96 (4), 623-644, 2016
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