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Joseph K. Young October 14, 2016

Joseph K. Young

Curriculum Vitae

Contact Information

American University Phone: 202.885.2618

School of Public Affairs Fax: 202.885.2353

Department of Justice, Law & Society Office: 247 Ward Circle Building

4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Email: jyoung@american.edu Washington, DC 20016-8043 URL: http://nw18.american.edu/~jyoung/ Academic Appointments American University, Washington, DC Chair, Justice, Law & Criminology, Fall 2015 - present Associate Professor, Justice, Law & Criminology, Fall 2013 - present Joint Appointment in the School of International Service Assistant Professor, Justice, Law & Society, 2011 - 2013 Faculty Affiliate, Center for Latin American and Latino Studies Investigator, Research Affiliate, START, University of Maryland, 2012 - present Non-resident Fellow, Innovations for Peace and Development, UT, Austin, 2015 - present Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL Assistant Professor, Political Science, 2008 - 2011 Joint Appointment in the Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice Education Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL Ph.D., Political Science, 2008 Major Fields: International Relations and Comparative Politics (Latin America) Dissertation: The Process of Civil War (Chair: Will Moore) Nominated for the Isard Award for the Best Dissertation in Peace Science Ohio University, Athens, OH M.A., Political Science, 2003 Stetson University, DeLand, FL B.A., International Relations and Economics, 1998 Additional Training ICPSR, Bayesian Data Analysis, Summer 2013 Indiana University, Bloomington 1 Joseph K. Young October 14, 2016 SWOTT, Summer Workshop on Teaching About Terrorism, Summer 2006 University of Georgia, Athens ICPSR, Categorical Dependent Variables, Summer 2005 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Research Interests Transnational Political Violence Domestic Conflict Processes Transnational Terrorism Domestic Terrorism Interstate War Civil War & Insurgency Transnational Conflict Processes Institutions and Violence Refereed Publications

27. Joseph K. Young. “Measuring Terrorism.” Terrorism and Political Violence forthcoming.

26. Asal, Victor, Jacob Mauslein, Aman Murdie, Joseph Young, Ken Cousins and Chris Bronk.

2016. “Repression, Education and Politically Motivated Denial of Service Attacks.” Journal of Global Security Studies 1(3): 235-247.

25. Michael G. Findley and Joseph K. Young. 2015. “Terrorism, Spoiling, and the Resolution of Civil War.” Journal of Politics 77(4): 1115-1128.

24. Justin Conrad, Courtenay Conrad, and Joseph K. Young. 2014. “Tyrants and Terrorism:

Why some Autocrats are Terrorized while Others are Not.” International Studies Quarterly 58(3): 539-549.

23. Cullen Hendrix and Joseph K. Young. 2014. “State Capacity and Terrorism: A TwoDimensional Approach.” Security Studies 23(2): 329-363.

22. Joseph K. Young and Laura Dugan. 2014. “Survival of the Fittest: Why Terrorist Groups Endure.” Perspectives on Terrorism 8(2): 1-23.

21. Erin Kearns, Brendan Conlon, and Joseph K. Young. 2014. “Lying about Terrorism.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 37(5): 422-439.

20. Joseph K. Young. 2013. “Repression, Dissent, and the Onset of Civil War.” Political Research Quarterly 66(3): 516-532.

19. Stephen Shellman, Brian Levy, and Joseph K. Young. 2013. “Shifting Sands: Predicting Phase Shifts by Dissident Organizations.” Journal of Peace Research 50(3): 319-336.

18. Jacqueline DeMeritt and Joseph K. Young. 2013. “A Political Economy of Human Rights:

Oil and State Incentives to Repress.” Conflict Management & Peace Science: 30(2): 99-120.

17. Joseph K. Young, Peter Kingstone, and Rebecca Aubrey. 2013. “Resistance to Privatization:

Why Protest Movements Succeed and Fail in Latin America.” Latin American Politics & Society 55(3): 93-116.

16. Michael G. Findley and Joseph K. Young. 2012. “Using Geography to Understand Terrorist Actors and Actions.” International Studies Review 14(3): 475-497. Co-editor of the Forum.

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15. Mike Findley and Joseph K. Young. 2012. “More Combatants, More Terror? An Empirical Test and Extension of the Outbidding Thesis,” Terrorism and Political Violence 24(5): 706Victor Asal and Joseph K. Young. 2012. “Battling Abroad: Why Some Organizations are Likely Targets of Foreign Counterterrorism.” Civil Wars 14(2): 272-287.

13. Mike Findley and Joseph K. Young. 2012. “Terrorism and Civil War: A Spatial and Temporal Approach to a Conceptual Problem,” Perspectives on Politics 10(2): 285-305.

–Reprinted in Russian by the Russian International Affairs Council –Winner of the 2014 Best Paper Award by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism

12. Mike Findley, Jim Piazza, and Joseph K. Young. 2012. “Games Rivals Play: Interstate Rivalry and Transnational Terrorism,” Journal of Politics 74(1): 235-248.

11. Christopher W. Mullins and Joseph K. Young. 2012. “Cultures of Violence and Acts of Terror: Applying a Legitimation-Habituation Model to Terrorism,” Crime & Delinquency 58(1): 28-56.

10. Joseph K. Young and Mike Findley. 2011. “Can Peace Be Purchased? A Sectoral-Level Analysis of Aid’s Influence on Transnational Terrorism,” Public Choice 149(3/4): 365-381.





9. Joseph K. Young and Mike Findley. 2011. “Promise and Pitfalls of Terrorism Research,” International Studies Review 13(3): 411-431.

8. Mike Findley and Joseph K. Young. 2011. “Terrorism, Bargaining and Credible Commitment,” International Studies Quarterly 55(2): 357-378.

7. Joseph K. Young and Laura Dugan. 2011. “Veto Players and Terror,” Journal of Peace Research 48(1): 19-33.

6. Joseph K. Young. 2009. “State Capacity, Democracy, and the Violation of Personal Integrity Rights,” Journal of Human Rights 8(4): 283-300.

5. David A. Siegel and Joseph K. Young. 2009. “Simulating Terrorism: Credible Commitment, Costly Signaling, and Strategic Behavior,” PS: Political Science & Politics 42(2): 765-771.

4. Peter Kingstone and Joseph K. Young. 2009. “Partisanship and Policy Choice: What’s Left for the Left in Latin America?,” Political Research Quarterly 62(1): 29-41.

3. Mike Findley and Joseph K. Young. 2007. “Fighting Fire with Fire? How (Not) to Neutralize an Insurgency,” Civil Wars 9(4): 378-401.

2. Joseph K. Young and Brian Urlacher. 2007. “Cantankerous Cooperation: Democracies, Authoritarian Regimes, and the Prisoner’s Dilemma,” International Interactions 33(1): 51Joseph K. Young. 2006. “Simulating Two-Level Negotiations,” International Studies Perspectives 7(1): 77-82.

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Under Review 1. “If Torture is Wrong, What About 24?: Torture and the Hollywood Effect,” (with Erin Kearns) 2. “Democracy and Homicide” (with Alex Testa and Chris Mullins) 3. “Occupy This.” (with Victor Asal and Alex Testa) 4. “Foreign Aid and the Intensity of Violent Armed Conflict” (with Daniel Strandow and Mike Findley, R & R) Other Publications

9. Joseph K. Young. 2016. “Antecedents of Civil War: Greed, Grievance, and State Repression,” in What do We Know about Civil Wars, David Mason and Sarah Mitchell, eds. Rowman and Littlefield, 33-43.

8. Joseph K. Young and Erin Kearns. 2015. “Terrorism and Homicides” in The Handbook on Homicide, eds. Fiona Brookman and Ed Maguire. Wiley-Blackwell.

7. Joseph K. Young and Mike Findley. 2013. “Computational Modeling to Study Conflicts and Terrorism” in The Routledge Handbook on Research Methods in Military Studies, ed. Bas Rietjens. Routledge.

6. Erin Kearns and Joseph K. Young. 2013. “Military Tactics in Civil War” in The Routledge Companion to Civil War Studies, eds. Edward Newman and Karl DeRouen. Routledge.

5. Book Review. 2012. The Consequences of Counterterrorism, New York: Russell Sage Foundation, in Journal of Politics 74(2).

4. Scott McClurg and Joseph K. Young. 2011. “A Relational Political Science,” guest editors and authors of the introduction to a symposium on the study of social networks in Political Science, PS: Political Science & Politics 44(1): 39-43.

3. Joseph K. Young. 2010. “Fighting Terrorism: A “War” that Can’t be Won.” In Issues:

Understanding Controversy and Society. http://issues2.abc-clio.com/

2. Laura Dugan and Joseph K. Young. 2009. “Allow Extremist Participation in the PolicyMaking Process.” In Natasha A. Frost, Joshua D. Freilich, and Todd R. Clear (Eds.), Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Policy: Policy Proposals From the American Society of Criminology Conference. Belmont, CA: Cengage/Wadsworth.

1. Book Review. 2008. Christian Davenport’s State Repression and the Domestic Democratic Peace, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, in Journal of Conflict Studies 38(1).

Conference Participation 38. “Dynamics of Counterterrorism” (with Victor Asal and R. Karl Rethemeyer) International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. March. 2016.

37. “Transnational Terrorism” (with Mike Findley, Alex Braithwaite, Henry Pascoe and Josiah Marineau) International Studies Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Feb. 2015.

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36. Junior Scholar Symposium, Civil Conflict, Discussant, International Studies Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Feb. 2015.

35. “If Torture is Wrong, What About 24?: Torture and the Hollywood Effect,” (with Erin Kearns) American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, August 2014.

34. “What is Terrorism?” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, August 2014.

33. “What is Terrorism?” International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, Mar. 2014.

32. “Foreign Aid and the Intensity of Violent Armed Conflict” (with Daniel Strandow and Mike Findley) International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, Mar. 2014.

31. “The Local Geography of Transnational Terrorist Attacks” (with Mike Findley, Alex Braithwaite, and Josiah Marineau) International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, Mar. 2014.

30. “Terrorism, Spoiling, and Civil War” (with Mike Findley) American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 2013.

29. “For Better and Worse: Border Fixity, State Capacity, and the Geography of War” (with Boaz Atzili) American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 2013.

28. “Terrorism, Spoiling, and Civil War” (with Mike Findley) Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2013.

27. “How Conflict Ends,” Roundtable discussion, Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2012.

26. “Weapon of the Weak? The Effects of State Capacity on Terrorism” (with Cullen Hendrix) Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2012.

25. “Tyrants and Terrorism: Why some Autocrats are Terrorized while Others are Not” (with Justin Conrad and Courtenay Conrad) International Studies Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, Mar. 2012.

24. “Comparing Role-Specific Terrorist Profiles” (with Paul Gill) American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Washington, DC Nov. 2011.

23. “Foreign Aid and Terrorism” (with Mike Findley) Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2011.

22. Discussant. Panel, “Quantitative Approaches to Terrorism” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2011.

21. Discussant. Panel, “Counterterrorism” International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, Mar. 2011.

20. “Modeling Dynamic Violence: Integrating Events Data Analysis and Agent-Based Modeling” (with Mike Findley and Steve Shellman) International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, Mar. 2011.

19. “Comparing Role-Specific Terrorist Profiles” (with Paul Gill) International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, Mar. 2011.

5 Joseph K. Young October 14, 2016 18. “Terrorism and Civil War: A Spatial and Temporal Approach to a Conceptual Problem” (with Mike Findley) American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, September 2010.

17. “Modeling Dynamic Violence: Integrating Events Data Analysis and Agent-Based Modeling” (with Mike Findley and Steve Shellman) American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, September 2010.

16. “Destroyer, Benefactor, or Nuisance? How Terrorism Affects Democracy” (with Erica Chenoweth) Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2010.

15. Chair/Discussant. Panel, “Peacemaking and Peacebuilding” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2010.

14. “Why do Terrorist Groups Endure?” (with Laura Dugan) International Studies Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Feb. 2010.

13. “More Combatants, More Terror?: An Empirical Test and Extension of the Outbidding Thesis” (with Mike Findley) International Studies Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Feb. 2010.

12. “Promise, Peril, and Pitfalls of Terrorism Research” (with Mike Findley) Peace Science Society (International) Meeting, Chapel Hill, NC, November 2009.

11. “Promise, Peril, and Pitfalls of Terrorism Research” (with Mike Findley) Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2009.

10. Chair/Discussant. Panel, “Terrorism and Extremist Violence” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 2009.

9. “International Relations, State Capacity, and Civil War” Peace Science Society (International) Meeting, Claremont, CA, October 2008.

8. “The Process of Civil War” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 2007.

7. “Iron Fists or Velvet Gloves: Evaluating Competing Approaches to Counterinsurgency” International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 2007.



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