Issue Title
No 21 (2019): Winter 2019/20 Reviewing the Role of the Internet in Radicalization Processes Abstract  PDF
Özen Odag, Anne Leiser, Klaus Boehnke
No 18 (2019): Spring Clarifying the Explanatory Context for Developing Theories of Radicalization: Five Basic Considerations Abstract  PDF
Lorne Dawson
No 23: Summer 2020 Reviewing Radicalization Research Using a Network Approach Abstract  PDF
Veronika Batzdorfer, Holger Steinmetz
No 19 (2019): Summer The Neurocognitive Process of Digital Radicalization: A Theoretical Model and Analytical Framework Abstract  PDF
Tiffiany Howard, Brach Poston, Stephen D. Benning
No 19 (2019): Summer A scoping review of interventions for preventing and countering violent extremism: Current status and implications for future research Abstract  PDF
Isabella Pistone, Erik Eriksson, Ulrika Beckman, Christer Mattson, Morten Sager
No 18 (2019): Spring Signs of Concern about Islamic and Right-Wing Extremism on a Helpline against Radicalization Abstract  PDF
Jennie Sivenbring
No 18 (2019): Spring Higher Education in an Era of Violent Extremism: Exploring Tensions Between National Security and Academic Freedom Abstract  PDF
Bernhard Streitwieser, Kristen Allen, Kathryn Duffy-Jaeger
No 18 (2019): Spring From Idea to Policy: Scandinavian Municipalities Translating Radicalization Abstract  PDF
Robin Andersson Malmros
No 21 (2019): Winter 2019/20 The Promotion of Secularization as a Counterterrorism Strategy to Religious Terrorism: A Case Study of Iraq Abstract  PDF
Mohammad Hossein Mojtahedi, Joris van Wijk
No 20 (2019): Fall Family-Oriented P/CVE Programs: Overview, Challenges and Future Directions Abstract  PDF
Anaïs F. El-Amraoui, Benjamin Ducol
No 19 (2019): Summer Militant Extremist Mindset in Post-conflict Regions of the Balkans Abstract  PDF
Lazar Stankov, Goran Knežević, Boban Petrović, Janko Međedović, Ljiljana B. Lazarević
No 5 (2015): Winter 2015/16 How Could a Terrorist be De-Radicalised? Abstract  PDF
Luke Bertram
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 Preventing Terrorist Recruitment through Early Intervention by Involving Families Abstract  PDF
Ahmet S. Yayla
No 12 (2017): FALL ISSUE 2017 Parental Influence on Radicalization and De-radicalization according to the Lived Experiences of Former Extremists and their Families Abstract  PDF
Elga Sikkens, Marion van San, Stijn Sieckelinck, Micha de Winter
No 19 (2019): Summer Trusting the Mistrusted: Norwegian Social Workers’ Strategies in Preventing Radicalization and Violent Extremism Abstract  PDF
Håvard Haugstvedt
No 5 (2015): Winter 2015/16 What is the Impact of Foreign Military Intervention on Radicalization? Abstract  PDF
Tom Pettinger
No 16 (2018): Fall Issue Initiatives and Perceptions to Counter Violent Extremism in the Coastal Region of Kenya Abstract  PDF
Fathima Azmiya Badurdeen, Paul Goldsmith
No 12 (2017): FALL ISSUE 2017 Youth De-Radicalization: A Canadian Framework Abstract  PDF
Hafal (Haval) Ahmad
No 5 (2015): Winter 2015/16 Reconsidering the Relationship Between Integration and Radicalization Abstract  PDF
Sadeq Rahimi, Raissa Graumans
No 16 (2018): Fall Issue Becoming, belonging and leaving – Exit processes among young neo-Nazis in Sweden Abstract  PDF
Christer Mattson, Thomas Johansson
No 23: Summer 2020 Jumanji Extremism? How games and gamification could facilitate radicalization processes Abstract  PDF
Linda Schlegel
No 11 (2017): Summer Issue 2017 Islamist Indoctrination: Exploring the Techniques Used by Hizb Ut-Tahrir to Radicalize Young British Muslims Abstract  PDF
Farhaan Wali
No 4 (2015): Fall Issue The need for a national deradicalisation program in Afghanistan Abstract  PDF
Johnnie Auld
No 16 (2018): Fall Issue Factors Facilitating the Successful Implementation of a Prevention of Violent Radicalization Intervention as Identified by Front-Line Practitioners Abstract  PDF
Anne Sophie Ponsot, Cateline Autixier, Pablo Madriaza
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