Dynamic Analysis of Dispute Management (DADM) Project


Welcome to the homepage of the Dynamic Analysis of Dispute Management (DADM) Project!

 

The Dynamic Analysis of Dispute Management (DADM) Project was established to assist scholars and students in researching and analyzing efforts by third-party actors – including states, intergovernmental organizations (IGOs), and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) – to manage intrastate or domestic political disputes during the 20th and 21st centuries.  The project includes two basic activities: (1) the collection of information associated with cases of intrastate disputes and third-party management of intrastate disputes in the 20th and 21st centuries (dispute narratives); and (2) the coding of information related to cases of intrastate disputes and third-party management of intrastate disputes in the 20th and 21st centuries (data sets).

If you have any questions regarding the DADM Project or if you would like to be a participant in the DADM Project, please contact Dr. Mark Mullenbach at markm@uca.edu.

 

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Project Participants

Research Assistants

DADM Pilot Project

Coding Manuals and Data Sets

Related Research

Dispute Narratives

References

 

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