DEFINITION: Three classifications of states for further comparative analysis: states experiencing collective political violence with excessive targeting of civilians (CPVCIV), states experiencing political violence without excessive targeting of civilians (CPVNOCIV), and states without collective political violence. The first two classifications provided ordinal magnitude scales, ranging from 1 to 4; the third classification was used as a common baseline control set (scaled value â€œ0â€?). Collective Political Violence with Excessive Targeting of Civilians (CPVCIV) CPV recoded into CPVCIV 8 4 7 3 5 2 3 1 Collective Political Violence without Excessive Targeting of Civilians (CPVNOCIV) CPV recoded into CPVNOCIV 6 4 4 3 2 2 1 1.
|Former French colonies||68||1990|
|Middle Eastern and North Africa||49||1990|
|South and Central Asia||47||1990|
|Former Spanish colonies||38||1990|
|Former Soviet republics||34||1990|
|High income OECD countries||22||1990|
|Group of 7 countries (G7)||7||1990|