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No 24 (2020): Fall Countering extremism(s): Differences in local prevention of left-wing, right-wing and Islamist extremism Abstract  PDF
Jan Jämte, Rune Ellefsen
 
No 20 (2019): Fall Motivational Interviewing for Deradicalization: Increasing the Readiness to Change Abstract  PDF
Michael Clark
 
No 21 (2019): Winter 2019/20 A former right-wing extremist in school-based prevention work: Research findings from Germany Abstract  PDF
Maria Walsh, Antje Gansewig
 
No 20 (2019): Fall Fighting the Enemies of God: the Rise of and the Response to Violent Extremism in Sudan Abstract  PDF
Salma Mohamed Abdalmunim Abdalla
 
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 Policy Paper: The Terrorism, Radicalisation and Extremism Disclosure Scheme (TREDS) Abstract  PDF
Matt Dryden
 
No 18 (2019): Spring Clarifying the Explanatory Context for Developing Theories of Radicalization: Five Basic Considerations Abstract  PDF
Lorne Dawson
 
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 13 (2017): Winter Issue 2017 Risk Reduction in Terrorism Cases: Sentencing and the Post-Conviction Environment Abstract  PDF
Kelly Berkell
 
No 15 (2018): Summer Issue Comparing Theories of Radicalisation with Countering Violent Extremism Policy Abstract  PDF
Keiran Hardy
 
No 6 (2016): Spring Issue 2016 Radicalization in British Columbia Secondary Schools: The Principals' Perspective Abstract  PDF
Michael R. Mitchell
 
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 12 (2017): FALL ISSUE 2017 Youth De-Radicalization: A Canadian Framework Abstract  PDF
Hafal (Haval) Ahmad
 
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 11 (2017): Summer Issue 2017 Countering violent extremism in Indonesia: priorities, practice and the role of civil society Abstract  PDF
Cameron Sumpter
 
No 15 (2018): Summer Issue Community Cohesion and Countering Violent Extremism: Interfaith Activism and Policing Methods in Metro Detroit Abstract  PDF
Allison D. Miller
 
No 10 (2017): Spring Issue 2017 Polarization, Stigmatization, Radicalization. Counterterrorism and Homeland Security in France and Germany Abstract  PDF
Witold Mucha
 
No 19 (2019): Summer Trusting the Mistrusted: Norwegian Social Workers’ Strategies in Preventing Radicalization and Violent Extremism Abstract  PDF
Håvard Haugstvedt
 
No 15 (2018): Summer Issue Prevent as an Intractable Policy Controversy: Implications and Solutions Abstract  PDF
James Lewis
 
No 24 (2020): Fall Youth Resilience to Violent Extremism: An Evaluation of a Mentorship Intervention in Kenya Abstract  PDF
Gayatri Sahgal, Timothy Kimaiyo
 
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 24 (2020): Fall Entertainment-Education Versus Extremism: Examining Parasocial Interaction among Arab Viewers of Anti-ISIS TV Drama Abstract  PDF
Kareem El Damanhoury
 
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 14 (2018): SPRING ISSUE 2018 Closing the “Critical Disconnect“. The establishment of regional prevention networks at the interface of prevention and deradicalisation work using the example of the Federal State Democracy Centre Baden-Wuerttemberg Abstract  PDF
Jens Ostwaldt
 
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
 
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