Digital radicalization

‘Questions about Dawlah. DM me, plz.’ The Sock Puppet Problem in Online Terrorism Research

Year: 2015

This is Not Your Mother’s Terrorism: Social Media, Online Radicalization and the Practice of Political Jamming

Author(s): Huey-- Laura
Year: 2015
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Abstract: It is commonly recognized that social media presents vast new opportunities for terrorist groups seeking to radicalize audiences. However, few scholars have studied the actual mechanisms by which radicalizing – …

Comment le jihadisme est-il devenu numérique ? Évolutions, tendances et ripostes,

Author(s): Ducol-- Benjamin
Year: 2015
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Abstract: Twitter constitue un terrain de jeu de prédilection pour le groupe État islamique (EI) : espace de médiatisation, de revendication et de mobilisation. Depuis sa matrice de naissance afghane – …

Toward a Framework Understanding of Online Programs for Countering Violent Extremism

Year: 2016
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Abstract: There is an emerging consensus that ideologically-based narratives play a central role in encouraging and sustaining radicalization to violence, and that preventing, arresting, or reversing radicalization requires some means – …

Voices of the Caucasus Emirate: Mapping and analyzing North Caucasus insurgency websites.

Geography: Eastern Europe
Year: 2015
Description:

Abstract: This article looks at Internet use by insurgent groups in the North Caucasus in the context of a regional diffusion of violence. Using a mixed methods research design that – …

Spreading the message digitally: A look into extremist organizations’ use of the Internet

Year: 2015
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Why would a terrorist choose to utilize the Internet rather than the usual methods of assassination, hostage taking, and guerrilla warfare? Conway (2006) identified five major reasons why extremist groups – …

A Radical Sociability: In Defense of an Online/Offline Multidimensional Approach to Radicalisation

Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2015

Terrorist and extremist organizations’ use of the internet for recruitment

Publisher: Routledge

TSAS WP16-05: Assessment of the state of knowledge: Connections between research on the social psychology of the Internet and violent extremism

Publisher: TSAS
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This paper seeks to answer the question: How does social psychology contribute to our understanding of the link between the Internet and violent extremism?

This is Not Your Mother’s Terrorism: Social Media, Online Radicalization and the Practice of Political Jamming

Author(s): Huey– Laura
Geography: North America
Year: 2015

Questions about Dawlah. DM me, plz.’ The Sock Puppet Problem in Online Terrorism Research

Year: 2015

Crime Facilitation Purposes of Social Networking Sites: A Review and Analysis of the Cyberbanging Phenomenon

Year: 2013