Micro-cleavages and violence in civil wars : a computational assessment


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WEIDMANN, Nils B., 2016. Micro-cleavages and violence in civil wars : a computational assessment. In: Conflict Management and Peace Science. 33(5), pp. 539-558. ISSN 0738-8942. eISSN 1549-9219. Available under: doi: 10.1177/0738894215570433

@article{Weidmann2016-11-01Micro-31246, title={Micro-cleavages and violence in civil wars : a computational assessment}, year={2016}, doi={10.1177/0738894215570433}, number={5}, volume={33}, issn={0738-8942}, journal={Conflict Management and Peace Science}, pages={539--558}, author={Weidmann, Nils B.} }

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