Sarah Louise Carthy
Dr. Sarah Carthy is an assistant professor in terrorism and political violence at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs. She is a graduate of the University of Galway where she completed her BA and PhD in Psychology. Her research mainly focuses on radicalisation, evidence-based approaches to prevention and understanding non-involvement in terrorist violence.
Comparing the Biographical Backgrounds and Radicalization Dynamics of Lone-Actor and Group-Based Terrorists
What sets extremists who use terrorist violence apart from those who do not?
The Makings of a Terrorist: Continuity and Change Across Left-, Right- and Jihadist Extremists and Terrorists in Europe and North-America, 1960s-Present
Countering Terrorist Narratives: Assessing the Efficacy and Mechanisms of Change in Counter-narrative Strategies
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