John F Morrison
John F Morrison
Other namesJohn Morrison
Maynooth University
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Here to stay? The rising threat of violent dissident Republicanism in Northern Ireland
J Horgan, JF Morrison
Terrorism and Political Violence 23 (4), 642-669, 2011
Divided we stand: The strategy and psychology of Ireland's dissident terrorists
J Horgan
Oxford University Press, 2012
The Origins and Rise of Dissident Irish Republicanism: The Role and Impact of Organisational Splits
JF Morrison
Bloomsbury, 2014
Crime in Ireland north and south: Feuding gangs and profiteering paramilitaries
N Hourigan, JF Morrison, J Windle, A Silke
Trends in Organized Crime 21, 126-146, 2018
Cultivating trust and perceptions of source credibility in online counternarratives intended to reduce support for terrorism
K Braddock, JF Morrison
Narrative, Political Violence and Social Change, 41-66, 2021
Reloading the Armalite? Victims and targets of violent dissident Irish republicanism, 2007–2015
JF Morrison, J Horgan
Terrorism and Political Violence 28 (3), 576-597, 2016
Fighting talk: the statements of “The IRA/New IRA”
JF Morrison
Terrorism and Political Violence 28 (3), 598-619, 2016
A time to think, a time to talk: Irish Republican prisoners in the Northern Irish peace process
JF Morrison
Prisons, Terrorism and Extremism, 75-85, 2014
Risk factors for violent dissident republican incidents in Belfast: A comparison of bombings and bomb hoaxes
Z Marchment, P Gill, J Morrison
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 36, 647-666, 2020
Trust in me: Allegiance choices in a post-split terrorist movement
JF Morrison
Aggression and violent behavior 28, 47-56, 2016
Individual disengagement from terrorist groups
P Gill, N Bouhana, J Morrison
Terrorism and political violence, 243-257, 2015
The phoenix model of disengagement and deradicalisation from terrorism and violent extremism
A Silke, J Morrison, H Maiberg, C Slay, R Stewart
Monatsschrift fr Kriminologie und Strafrechtsreform 104 (3), 310-320, 2021
A systematic review of post-2017 research on disengagement and deradicalisation
JF Morrison, A Silke, H Maiberg, C Slay, R Stewart
Full Report. Crest, 2021
Talking stagnation: Thematic analysis of terrorism experts’ perception of the health of terrorism research
JF Morrison
Terrorism and political violence 34 (8), 1509-1529, 2022
Why do people become dissident Irish Republicans?
J Morrison
Continuum, 2011
The development of the framework for research ethics in terrorism studies (FRETS)
J Morrison, A Silke, E Bont
Terrorism and political violence 33 (2), 271-289, 2021
Re-offending by released terrorist prisoners: Separating hype from reality
A Silke, J Morrison
International Centre for Counter-Terrorism, 2020
Copying to be different: Violent dissident Irish Republican learning
JF Morrison
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 40 (7), 586-602, 2017
Reality Check
J Morrison
Perspectives on terrorism 14 (6), 152-164, 2020
Historical perspectives on organized crime and terrorism
J Windle, JF Morrison, A Winter, A Silke
Routledge, 2018
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