Jacob A. Mauslein
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The primacy of the local: Identifying terrorist hot spots using geographic information systems
SC Nemeth, JA Mauslein, C Stapley
The Journal of Politics 76 (2), 304-317, 2014
612014
Repression, education, and politically motivated cyberattacks
V Asal, J Mauslein, A Murdie, J Young, K Cousins, C Bronk
Journal of Global Security Studies 1 (3), 235-247, 2016
162016
Hyper-extractive counties in the US: A coupled-systems approach
JA Aistrup, LJ Kulcsár, JA Mauslein, S Beach, DR Steward
Applied Geography 37, 88-100, 2013
92013
Ethnic political exclusion and terrorism: Analyzing the local conditions for violence
HE Hansen, SC Nemeth, JA Mauslein
Conflict Management and Peace Science 37 (3), 280-300, 2020
62020
Generosity is a dangerous game: aid allocation and the risks of terrorism
SC Nemeth, JA Mauslein
Terrorism and Political Violence 32 (2), 382-400, 2020
52020
Geography and the certainty of terrorism event coding
SC Nemeth, JA Mauslein
Journal of Global Security Studies 4 (2), 227-240, 2019
32019
Three essays on international cyber threats: Target nation characteristics, international rivalry, and asymmetric information exchange
JA Mauslein
Kansas State University, 2014
32014
Natural Resources and Terrorism
S Nehmeth, J Mauslein
Midwest Political Science Association, 1-25, 2013
22013
United Nations peacekeeping and terrorism: short-term risks and long-term benefits
HE Hansen, SC Nemeth, JA Mauslein
International Interactions 46 (2), 199-226, 2020
12020
Location matters: Average annual risk of domestic terrorism, 1990-2010: A subnational analysis
SC Nemeth, JA Mauslein
Journal of Regional Security 14 (1), 29-32, 2019
12019
Rivalry Type and Cyber Operations:“Hot” Rivalries,“Cold” Rivalries, and Cyber Incidents, 1990–2009
JA Mauslein, J Pickering
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, 20200046, 2021
2021
How We Got Where We Are Now: 20 Years of Research Into Online Mass Communication: An Annotation - Part Four, 2005-2009: Continuing the Patterns
THP Gould, A Dong, JA Mauslein
Web Journal of Mass Communication Research 34 (1), 2011
2011
How We Got Where We Are Now: 20 Years of Research Into Online Mass Communication: An Annotation - Part Three, 2000-2004: Hitting our stride
THP Gould, A Dong, JA Mauslein
Web Journal of Mass Communication Research 33 (1), 2011
2011
How We Got Where We Are Now: 20 Years of Research Into Online Mass Communication: An Annotation - Part Two, 1995-1999: Gaining Due Attention
THP Gould, A Dong, JA Mauslein
Web Journal of Mass Communication Research 31 (2), 2011
2011
How We Got Where We Are Now: 20 Years of Research Into Online Mass Communication: An Annotation - Part 1, 1990-94: Describing the Elephant in the Dark Room
THP Gould, A Dong, JA Mauslein
Web Journal of Mass Communication Research 31 (1), 2011
2011
CIVIL WAR AND TERRORISM: HOW CLOSE AN ANALOGY?
SC Nemeth, HE Hansen, JA Mauslein
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