Analytical Reports

Peer-Reviewed Journal

October 2018: “The prosecution of ‘others’: presidential rhetoric and the interrelation of framing, legal prosecutions, and the Global War on Terror“, published in the journal Critical Studies on Terrorism


Spring 2019

Preliminary Statistical Report #1

Preliminary Statistical Report #2

Preliminary Statistical Report #3

Preliminary Statistical Report #4

Preliminary Statistical Report #5

Threatening and targeting of public officials in the Prosecution Project (tPP) dataset [report]


Summer 2019

Locating Extremists Where They Strike: Ideological and Geographic Influences on Terrorist Target Selection

The Influence Ideological Affiliation Can Have on Length of Prison Sentence

Age and Ideological Affiliation in Terrorism: As Reported in tPP

Gender, Jail, and Injustice: Gender Interaction Effects on Judicial Sentencing Rhetoric

An Exploratory Dive into the Dark Network Links of Far-Right tPP Cases

Friend of Foe?: An Analysis of Factors Influencing Sentence Length in the Prosecution of Terrorism

Deportation Station: How the United States Decides Who Stays and Who Goes

How and Why Socio-Politically Motivated Crimes are Completed


Early Analysis Blog Briefs

Fall 2018-Spring 2019

Faults in Statistical Analysis and tPP’s Solutions

Mapping

Death Penalty Cases in Relation to Othered Status

Who gets called a terrorist?

Gender Disparity in Political Crimes: Revealing tPP’s Strengths and Limitations

The impact of 9/11 on terrorism prosecutions

On the Analyses of the Prosecution Project (tPP) Dataset

Military Trends in Political Violence