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- Studies in strategic peacebuilding
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- Counting civilian casualties (Online)
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- Who counts? -- Introduction / Taylor B. Seybolt, Jay D. Aronson, and Baruch Fischhoff -- Significant numbers: civilian casualties and strategic peacebuilding / Taylor B. Seybolt -- The politics of civilian casualty counts / Jay D. Aronson -- Recording violence: incident-based data -- Iraq body count: a case study in the uses of incident-based conflict casualty data aggregate conflict casualty data / John Sloboda, Hamit Dardagan, Michael Spagat, and Madelyn Hsiao-Rei Hicks -- A matter of convenience: challenges of non-random data in analyzing -- Human rights violations in Peru and Sierra Leone / Todd Landman and Anita Gohdes -- Estimating violence: surveys -- Using surveys to estimate casualties post-conflict: developments for the developing world / Jana Asher -- Collecting data on violence: scientific challenges and ethnographic solutions / Meghan Foster Lynch -- Estimating violence: multiple-systems estimation -- Combining found data and surveys to measure conflict mortality / Jeff Klingner and Romesh Silva -- Multiple-systems estimation techniques for estimating casualties in armed conflicts / Daniel Manrique-Vallier, Megan E. Price, and Anita Gohdes -- Mixed methods -- MSE and casualty counts: assumptions, interpretation, and challenges / Nicholas P. Jewell, Michael Spagat, and Britta L. Jewell -- A review of estimation methods for victims of the Bosnian war and the Khmer Rouge regime / Ewa Tabeau and Jan Zwierzchowski -- The complexity of casualty numbers -- It doesn't add up: methodological and policy implications of conflicting casualty data / Jule Krüger, Patrick Ball, Megan Price, and Amelia Hoover Green -- Challenges to counting and classifying victims of violence in conflict -- Post-conflict, and non-conflict settings / Keith Krause -- Conclusion -- Moving toward more accurate casualty counts / Jay D. Aronson, Baruch Fischhoff, and Taylor B. Seybolt.
Counting civilian casualties [electronic resource] : an introduction to recording and estimating nonmilitary deaths in conflict / edited by Taylor B. Seybolt, Jay D. Aronson, and Baruch Fischhoff.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 
Studies in strategic peacebuilding
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