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CAH Seminar with RAND - Shared screen with speaker view
Jamie Scanlon
22:08
The report was released today, link: https://www.rand.org/pubs/research_reports/RRA1203-1.html
Henry Willis
30:28
Some may find the bibliography and list of datasets identified useful and also some of the insight on what makes a dataset useful for different purposes (e.g., research, policy, operational support)
Michael Kenney
31:19
Fascinating stuff! Will the slides from today's presentation be made available afterwards?
Michael Kenney
35:52
How were "transnational terrorism" and "extremist violence" defined for the data collection process?
Jamie Scanlon
38:06
Sorry all zoom froze
Jack Rozel (He/Him)
39:17
It is interesting to hear the complexity around classifying and counting incidents in the project; we have heated debates around this same challenge in the mass violence/active shooter field. difficult to compare findings from studies purporting to study the same topic when their datasets for events barely overlap...
Michael Kenney
52:15
But how can we expect terrorism databases to measure CT program effectiveness or outcomes?
Michael Kenney
01:00:28
file:///C:/Users/mkenney/Downloads/RAND_RRA1203-1.pdf
Jamie Scanlon
01:00:41
The report was released today, link: https://www.rand.org/pubs/research_reports/RRA1203-1.html
Brittany Gomez
01:07:39
Thank you!
Jack Rozel (He/Him)
01:07:50
Wonderful talk - thank you!
Julia Badyna
01:07:54
Thank you!