W.H. Moore’s Dissent (Protest, Rebellion, and Terror) Research Page
This page contains Adobe PDF files of my work on protest and rebellion.
- “How Much Terror? Dissidents, Governments, Institutions and the Cross-National Study of Terror Attacks,” Ryan Bakker, Daniel W. Hill, Jr. & Will H. Moore, forthcoming at Journal of Peace Research, September, 2016.
- Previous, more detailed version available at SSRN.
- “Tilting at a Windmill? The Conceptual Problem in Contemporary Peace Science,” Will H. Moore. Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2015, 32(3): 356-369.
- “Ethnicity and Repression: The Ethnic Composition of Countries and Human Rights Violations,” Chris Lee, Ronny Lindström, Will H. Moore and Kürşad Turan, in S.C. Carey & S.C Poe (eds) Understanding Human Rights: New Systematic Studies, Ashgate, 2004, pp. 186-201.
- “Coercion and Protest: An Empirical Inquiry Revisited,” Chris Lee, Sandra Maline and Will H. Moore, in C. Davenport (ed.) Paths to State Repression: Human Rights and Contentious Politics in Comparative Perspective, Boulder: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000, pp. 127-147.
- “The Repression of Dissent: A Substitution Model of Government Coercion,” Will H. Moore, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2000, 44(1):107-127.
- “Repression and Dissent: Substitution, Context and Timing,” Will H. Moore, American Journal of Political Science, 1998, 42(3):851-873.
- “Ties That Bind? Domestic and International Conflict Behavior in Zaire,” Will H. Moore and David R. Davis, Comparative Political Studies, 1998, 31(1):45-71.
- “Assessing Risks of Ethnorebellion in the Year 2000: Three Empirical Approaches,” Will H. Moore and Ted Robert Gurr, in Susanne Schmeidl and Howard Adelman (eds.) Early Warning and Early Response. Columbia International Affairs Online, Columbia University Press.
- “Ethnopolitical Rebellion: A Cross-sectional Analysis of the 1980s with Risk Assessments for the 1990s,” Ted Robert Gurr and Will H. Moore, American Journal of Political Science, 1997, 41(4):1079-1103.
- “Ethnicity, Minorities and International Conflict Patterns,” David R. Davis, Keith Jaggers, and Will H. Moore, in David W. Carment and Patrick James (eds.) Wars in the Midst of Peace: The International Politics of Ethnic Conflict, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1997, pp. 148-163.
- “Land Reform, Political Violence and the Economic Inequality–Political Conflict Nexus: A Longitudinal Analysis,” Will H. Moore, Ronny Lindström and Valerie O’Regan, International Interactions , 1996, 21(4)335-363.
- “Deprived, Rational or Both? `Why Minorities Rebel’ Revisited,” Ronny Lindström and Will H. Moore, Journal of Political and Military Sociology , 1995, 23 (Winter):167-190.
- “Action-Reaction or Rational Expectations? Reciprocity and the Domestic-International Conflict Nexus During the ‘Rhodesia Problem’,” Will H. Moore, Journal of Conflict Resolution , 1995, 39(1):129-167.
- “Rational Rebels: Overcoming the Free-Rider Problem,” Will H. Moore, Political Research Quarterly , 1995, 48(2):417-454.
- “Rebel Music: Appeals to Rebellion in Zimbabwe,” Will H. Moore , Political Communication and Persuasion, 1991, 8(2):125-138.
- “Discrimination and Political Violence: A Cross-Sectional Study with Two Time Periods,” Maro Ellina and Will H. Moore Western Political Quarterly, 1990, June, 43(2):267-278.
- “Deprivation, Mobilization, and the State: A Synthetic Model of Rebellion,” Will H. Moore and Keith Jaggers, Journal of Developing Societies , 1990, 6(1):17-36.
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