Research

Peer Reviewed Publications

 

5) Palmer, Glenn, Roseanne McManus, Vito D’Orazio, Michael R. Kenwick, Mikaela Karstens, Chase Bloch, Nicholas Dietrich, Kayla Khan, Kellan Ritter, and Michael J. Soules. “The MID 5 Dataset, 2011-2014: Procedures, Coding Rules, and Description. Accepted and Forthcoming. Conflict Management and Peace Science.

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4) Piazza, James A. and Michael J. Soules. 2021. “Terror After the Caliphate: The Effect of ISIS Loss of Control over Population Centers on Patterns of Global Terrorism.” Security Studies 30 (1): 107-135.

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3) Soules, Michael J. 2020. “Women in Uniform: The Opening of Combat Roles to Women in State Militaries.” International Interactions 46 (6): 847-871.

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2) Soules, Michael J. 2020. “The Tradeoffs of Using Female Suicide Bombers.” Accepted and Forthcoming. Conflict Management and Peace Science.

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1) Soules, Michael J. 2019. “Martyr or Mystery? Female Suicide Bombers and Information Availability.” Accepted and Forthcoming.  Studies in Conflict and Terrorism.

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Working Papers

 

Avdan, Nazli, Michael J. Soules, and James A. Piazza. “Silver Lining? The Effects of Epidemics on Terrorist Groups.” Under Review.

Karstens, Mikaela, Michael J. Soules, and Nicholas Dietrich. “A Crack in the Foundation: Event Data, Newspaper Databases, and Threats to Validity and Replicability.” Under Review. 

 

“Persuasion, Coercion, and Force: How Rebel Groups Recruit” (Dissertation) 

 

“Rebel Strength, Breadth of Goals, and Transnational Terrorism in Civil Wars”

 

Avdan, Nazli, Michael J. Soules, and James A. Piazza. “Internally Displaced Populations and Sexual Violence in Civil Wars.”

Brandon Bolte and Michael J. Soules. “Comparing the ISIS and al-Qaeda Networks”