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No 1: Winter 2014/15 Preventing Radicalization and Discrimination in Aarhus Abstract  PDF
Toke Agerschou
 
No 8 (2016): Fall Issue What’s in a name? Asymmetries in the evaluation of religiously motivated terrorism and right-wing motivated violence in the context of the “refugee crisis” Abstract  PDF
Noreen van Elk
 
No 1: Winter 2014/15 What makes a terrorist stop being a terrorist? Abstract  PDF
John Horgan
 
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 Suburban Bliss or Disillusionment - Why Do Terrorists Quit? Abstract  PDF
Liesbeth van der Heide, Robbert Huurman
 
No 19 (2019): Summer Exploring the capabilities of Prevent in addressing radicalisation in cyberspace within Higher Education Abstract  PDF
Liam Sandford
 
No 13 (2017): Winter Issue 2017 „Denn du gehst gleich ein in ewige Gärten.“ Zum Zusammenhang zwischen transzendenter Weltanschauung und Gewaltbegründung (“You Will Enter Eternal Gardens.“ On the Connection Between Transcendental Worldviews and Legitimizing Violence) Abstract  PDF
Lucia Heisterkamp
 
No 7 (2016): Summer Issue 2016 Terrorism, the Internet and the Social Media Advantage: Exploring how terrorist organizations exploit aspects of the internet, social media and how these same platforms could be used to counter-violent extremism. Abstract  PDF
Luke Bertram
 
No 19 (2019): Summer Emotional Effects of Terroristic Communication: Between Professional Propaganda and Media Coverage Abstract  PDF
Michael Johann, Michael Oswald
 
No 13 (2017): Winter Issue 2017 Radicalisation: The Last Taboo in Safeguarding and Child Protection? Assessing Practitioner Preparedness in Preventing the Radicalisation of Looked-After Children Abstract  PDF
Matt Dryden
 
No 7 (2016): Summer Issue 2016 De-Radicalising Prisoners in Nigeria: developing a basic prison based de-radicalisation programme Abstract  PDF
Atta Barkindo, Dr. Shane Bryans
 
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