Insurgency Frameworks (archived)
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This web site is set up to highlight research on developing a unified general framework for insurgency (definition, vocabulary, and description). Initially it will include the thesis by ENS Shanece Kendall, USN, that uses a Living Systems Theory approach and the related research that she references (e.g. social network analysis, sociobiology, population modeling, complex adaptive systems, and systems dynamics). The web site is organized to support ongoing research; it will include major categories to provide links to other papers of interest. It will also host comments and critiques of ENS Kendall's thesis and more generally the research program and other papers on this topic.
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