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Charismatic authority and fractured polities: A cross-national analysis
BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY.
By: A. Davis & L. Vila-Henninger
Masculinity, Ritual, and Racialized Status Threat: Examining Mass Shooter Manifestos Using Structural Topic Models
By: J. Pfaffendorf, A. Davis & A. Kinney
2020 journal article
Happiness is a warm gun? Gun ownership and happiness in the United States (1973-2018)
SSM-POPULATION HEALTH, 10.
By: T. Hill, B. Dowd-Arrow, A. Davis & A. Burdette
Social scientists' testimony before Congress in the United States between 1946-2016, trends from a new dataset
PLOS ONE, 15(3).
By: T. Maher, C. Seguin, Y. Zhang & A. Davis
The Nastiest Question: Does Population Mobility Vary by State Political Ideology during the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic?
By: T. Hill, K. Gonzalez & A. Davis
2019 journal article
Civil society and exposure to domestic terrorist attacks: Evidence from a cross-national quantitative analysis, 1970-2010
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE SOCIOLOGY, 60(3), 173–189.
By: A. Davis & Y. Zhang
Limitations of Fixed-Effects Models for Panel Data
By: T. Hill, A. Davis, J. Roos & M. French
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