Issue Title
No 17 (2018): Winter 2018/2019 Countering Violent Extremism in Tunisia – Between Dependency and Self-Reliance Abstract  PDF
Lydia Letsch
No 1: Winter 2014/15 The Radical Online: Individual Radicalization Processes and the Role of the Internet Abstract  PDF
Daniel Koehler
No 14 (2018): SPRING ISSUE 2018 Why beliefs always matter, but rarely help us predict jihadist violence. The role of cognitive extremism as a precursor for violent extremism. Abstract  PDF
Jakob Guhl
No 11 (2017): Summer Issue 2017 Radicalisation of Young Adults in the Balkan States: Counter-Measures, Healthcare Provision, and Community Involvement Abstract  PDF
Cara Richardson, Katherine M. Berlouis, Paul A. Cameron
No 26: Spring 2021 Research Note: Singapore’s “Deradicalisation” Model: Revolution – or Evolutions? Abstract  PDF
Shashi Jayakumar
No 17 (2018): Winter 2018/2019 Shieldmaidens of Whiteness: (Alt) Maternalism and Women Recruiting for the Far/Alt-Right Abstract  PDF
Ashley Mattheis
No 1: Winter 2014/15 #hitlerwasright: National Action and National Socialism for the 21st Century Abstract  PDF
Paul Jackson
No 23: Summer 2020 Research Note: ‘How Can I Get Them Offstage?’ – Critical Reflections on a Researcher’s Approach to Qualitative Data Collection with Social Workers Involved in Preventing Violent Extremism in Norway Abstract  PDF
Håvard Haugstvedt
No 14 (2018): SPRING ISSUE 2018 Resisting Radicalisation: A Critical Analysis of the UK Prevent Duty Abstract  PDF
Anne Lynn Dudenhoefer
No 10 (2017): Spring Issue 2017 Polarization, Stigmatization, Radicalization. Counterterrorism and Homeland Security in France and Germany Abstract  PDF
Witold Mucha
No 17 (2018): Winter 2018/2019 Responding to the Challenges of Violent Extremism/Terrorism Cases for United States Probation and Pretrial Services Abstract  PDF
Kevin Lowry
No 23: Summer 2020 Jumanji Extremism? How games and gamification could facilitate radicalization processes Abstract  PDF
Linda Schlegel
No 14 (2018): SPRING ISSUE 2018 ‘Sometimes you just have to try something’ - A critical analysis of Danish state-led initiatives countering online radicalisation Abstract  PDF
Anna Warrington
No 19 (2019): Summer Trusting the Mistrusted: Norwegian Social Workers’ Strategies in Preventing Radicalization and Violent Extremism Abstract  PDF
Håvard Haugstvedt
No 10 (2017): Spring Issue 2017 Beware of Branding Someone a Terrorist: Local Professionals on Person-Specific Interventions to Counter Extremism Abstract  PDF
Quirine Eijkman, Josien Roodnat
No 17 (2018): Winter 2018/2019 Supporting disengagement and reintegration: qualitative outcomes from a custody-based counter radicalisation intervention Abstract  PDF
Adrian Cherney
No 22: Spring 2020 An Assessment of Returning Foreign Terrorist Fighters’ Commitment to Reintegrate: A Case Study of Kwale County, Kenya Abstract  PDF
Tina Mykkänen
No 14 (2018): SPRING ISSUE 2018 Exploring People’s Perceptions of Precursors to the Development of Radicalisation and Extremism. Abstract  PDF
Sabrina Hussain
No 10 (2017): Spring Issue 2017 Voices Against Extremism: A case study of a community-based CVE counter-narrative campaign Abstract  PDF
Logan Macnair, Richard Frank
No 26: Spring 2021 From Conversion to Violent Extremism: Empirical Analysis of Three Canadian Muslim Converts to Islam Abstract  PDF
Denis Suljić, Alex Wilner
No 16 (2018): Fall Issue The political challenges of community-level PVE practices: The Danish case of Copenhagen vs. Aarhus on dialoguing with extremist milieus Abstract  PDF
Teemu Tammikko
No 22: Spring 2020 Harassment and Threats, Concern and Fear: the Experiences of Local Politicians in Ludvika, Sweden Abstract  PDF
Lars Korsell, Tomas Axelson, Liselotte Frisk, Jonas Stier
No 14 (2018): SPRING ISSUE 2018 Trends in Anti-Fascist and Anarchist Recruitment and Mobilization Abstract  PDF
Dr. Ariel Koch
No 8 (2016): Fall Issue Counter-Productive Counter-Terrorism. How is the dysfunctional discourse of Prevent failing to restrain radicalisation? Abstract  PDF
Lauren Powell
No 26: Spring 2021 Can partnership approaches developed to prevent Islamic terrorism be replicated for the extreme right? Comparing the Muslim Brotherhood and Generation Identity as ‘firewalls’ against violent extremism Abstract  PDF
Christopher J. Morris
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