Issue Title
No 20 (2019): Fall Between Child Soldiers and Terrorists: Reintegrating Child Members of the Islamic State Abstract  PDF
Aleksandar Pašagić
No 9 (2017): Winter Issue 2016/17 Political de-radicalization: why it is no longer possible in the wilāyāt system of the Islamic State Abstract  PDF
Sara Brzuszkiewicz
No 12 (2017): FALL ISSUE 2017 Re-Purposing the Push-Pull Model to Describe Signature Patterns of Terrorist Disengagement by Group: A Validation Study. Abstract  PDF
Marita La Palm
No 11 (2017): Summer Issue 2017 How much Takfir is too much Takfir? The Evolution of Boko Haram’s Factionalization Abstract  PDF
Jacob Zenn, Zacharias Pieri
No 25: Winter Issue 2020/21 ‘Many Sisters Wish They Were Men’: Gendered Discourse and Themes in pro-ISIS Online Communities Abstract  PDF
Meili Criezis
No 22: Spring 2020 What About the Camp Followers – and their Children? Abstract  PDF
Ian MacVicar
No 9 (2017): Winter Issue 2016/17 Islamic State, Identity, and the Global Jihadist Movement: How is Islamic State successful at recruiting “ordinary” people? Abstract  PDF
Alyssa Chassman
No 22: Spring 2020 ‘Muhajirun’ from Austria. Why they left to join ISIS and why they don’t return. Abstract  PDF
Veronika Hofinger, Thomas Schmidinger
No 9 (2017): Winter Issue 2016/17 “My Muslim sister, indeed you are a mujahidah” - Narratives in the propaganda of the Islamic State to address and radicalize Western Women. An Exemplary analysis of the online magazine Dabiq Abstract  PDF
Julia Musial
No 19 (2019): Summer Emotional Effects of Terroristic Communication: Between Professional Propaganda and Media Coverage Abstract  PDF
Michael Johann, Michael Oswald
No 8 (2016): Fall Issue Suburban Bliss or Disillusionment - Why Do Terrorists Quit? Abstract  PDF
Liesbeth van der Heide, Robbert Huurman
No 17 (2018): Winter 2018/2019 “Kill Them Wherever You Find Them” - Radicalizing Narratives of the “So-Called” Islamic State Via the Online Magazine Rumiyah Abstract  PDF
Micha Bröckling, Carola Fritsch, Monzer Haider, Tülin Yalman
No 13 (2017): Winter Issue 2017 Who does (not) belong to the jihadis’ umma? A comparison of IS’s and al Qaida’s use of takfīr to exclude people from the Muslim community. Abstract  PDF
Christina Hartmann
No 12 (2017): FALL ISSUE 2017 “Sein oder Nichtsein”: Zur Konstruktion muslimischer Identität im IS-Journal Rumiyah. ("To be or not to be": On the construction of Muslim identity in the IS journal Rumiyah) Abstract  PDF
Jonas Ohl
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