Blurred Boundaries of Lone-Actor Targeted Violence. Similarities in the Genesis and Performance of Terrorist Attacks and School Shootings

Böckler N, Leuschner V, Roth V, Zick A, Scheithauer H (2018)
Violence and Gender 5(2): 70-80.

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Böckler N, Leuschner V, Roth V, Zick A, Scheithauer H. Blurred Boundaries of Lone-Actor Targeted Violence. Similarities in the Genesis and Performance of Terrorist Attacks and School Shootings. Violence and Gender. 2018;5(2):70-80.
Böckler, N., Leuschner, V., Roth, V., Zick, A., & Scheithauer, H. (2018). Blurred Boundaries of Lone-Actor Targeted Violence. Similarities in the Genesis and Performance of Terrorist Attacks and School Shootings. Violence and Gender, 5(2), 70-80. doi:10.1089/vio.2018.0002
Böckler, N., Leuschner, V., Roth, V., Zick, A., and Scheithauer, H. (2018). Blurred Boundaries of Lone-Actor Targeted Violence. Similarities in the Genesis and Performance of Terrorist Attacks and School Shootings. Violence and Gender 5, 70-80.
Böckler, N., et al., 2018. Blurred Boundaries of Lone-Actor Targeted Violence. Similarities in the Genesis and Performance of Terrorist Attacks and School Shootings. Violence and Gender, 5(2), p 70-80.
N. Böckler, et al., “Blurred Boundaries of Lone-Actor Targeted Violence. Similarities in the Genesis and Performance of Terrorist Attacks and School Shootings”, Violence and Gender, vol. 5, 2018, pp. 70-80.
Böckler, N., Leuschner, V., Roth, V., Zick, A., Scheithauer, H.: Blurred Boundaries of Lone-Actor Targeted Violence. Similarities in the Genesis and Performance of Terrorist Attacks and School Shootings. Violence and Gender. 5, 70-80 (2018).
Böckler, Nils, Leuschner, Vincenz, Roth, Viktoria, Zick, Andreas, and Scheithauer, Herbert. “Blurred Boundaries of Lone-Actor Targeted Violence. Similarities in the Genesis and Performance of Terrorist Attacks and School Shootings”. Violence and Gender 5.2 (2018): 70-80.