Articles by Christoph Dworschak

October 4, 2023

Community deprivation drives far-right violence

Christoph Dworschak
Using disaggregated data for England, Margherita Belgioioso, Christoph Dworschak, and Kristian Skrede Gleditsch show that community deprivation drives far-right violence. Their research reveals how deprivation fuels it, and how it may be possible to predict where such violence is likely, even when we cannot predict who may be carrying out attacks. They also suggest that efforts to reduce community deprivation can also help reduce political violence
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Christoph Dworschak
Lecturer in Quantitative Political Science, Department of Politics & International Relations, University of York

Christoph studies the dynamics of intra-state conflict, with a focus on conflict forecasting, the causes and consequences of violent and nonviolent mobilisation, civil-military relations, and military effectiveness.

His work has been published in journals including International Studies Quarterly, Comparative Politics, the Journal of Peace Research, and the Journal of Conflict Resolution.

He tweets @chris_dworschak

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