Da Silva, R., Fernández-Narravo, P., Gonçalves, M. M., Rosa, C. and Silva, J.(2019) Tracking narrative change in the context of extremism and terrorism: Adapting the Innovative Moments Coding System. Aggression and Violent Behavior.doi: 10.1016/j.avb.2019.05.002.
Da Silva, R., Rosa, C and König, J. (in press) “I’m not the same, but I’m not sorry, my ideas and my fight remain the same”: Exploring dialogical positioning in the self-transformation of a former politically violent militant. Journal of Constructivist Psychology.
Da silva, J. R., da Silva, R., Fernández-Navarro, P., Gonçalves, M. M. and Rosa, C. (in press) Understanding extreme violent behaviour in ultra firms: Exploring identity fusion from a dialogical perspective. Journal of Constructivist Psychology.
Da Silva, R. and Ferreira, A. (2019) The post-dictatorship memory politics in Portugal that erased political violent activism from the collective memory.Integrative Psychological and Behavioural Science. 53:1, 24-43.
da Silva, R. (2019) Narratives of political violence: life stories of former militants. London: Routledge.
Da Silva, R. (2018) Narrative resources and political violence: the life stories of former clandestine militants in Portugal. In Nolas, S. M., Varvantakis, C. and Aruldoss, V. (eds.). Political Activism across the Life Course. London: Routledge.
Graef, J., Da Silva, R. and Lemay-Hébert, N. (2018) Narrative, political violence and social change. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. doi: 10.1080/1057610X.2018.1452701.
Da Silva, R., Fernández-Navarro, P., Gonçalves, M. M., Rosa, C. and Silva, J. (2018) Disengagement from political violence and deradicalisation: A narrative-dialogical perspective. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. doi: 10.1080/1057610X.2018.1452709
Da Silva, R. (2017), Narrative resources and political violence: the life stories of former clandestine militants in Portugal, Contemporary Social Sciences, 12(1-2): 40-51.
Da Silva, R. and Crilley, R. (2017), ‘Talk about terror in our back gardens’: An analysis of online comments about British foreign fighters in Syria, Critical Studies on Terrorism, 10(:1): 162-186.
Pinilla-Roncancio, M. and da Silva, R. (2018) Children in Angola: Poverty, deprivation and child labour. ChildIndicators Research. 11, 901-1005
Spalek, B., MacDonald, L., Limbada, Z., Silke, D. and Da Silva, R. (2015), “Counter-terrorism as conflict transformation”., In: Jarvis, L. and Lister M. (eds.) Critical perspectives on counter-terrorism., London: Routledge. pp. 77-90
Spalek, B., MacDonald, Silke, D. and Da Silva, R. (2012), Crime, (In)Security and Islam, Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology, New York: Oxford University Press.
Spalek, B., MacDonald, L., Limbada, Z., Silke, D. And Da Silva, R. (2012), Impacts of counter-terrorism in communities: methodology report, Open Society Foundations and Institute for Strategic Dialogue.
Da Silva, R. and Machado, C. (2012), O envolvimento na luta armada política em Portugal: a perspectiva dos seus actors [The involvement in the political armed struggle in Portugal: the perspective of its actors], Análise Psicológica, 1: 193-213.
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