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“Prevent duty”: empirical reflections on the challenges of addressing far-right extremism within secondary schools and colleges in the UK
Ideology, Discourse, and Alliance Structures: Explaining Far-Right Political Violence in Turkey in the 1970s
“We are already 1-0 behind”: Perceptions of Dutch Muslims on Islamophobia, securitisation, and de-radicalisation
An Analysis of Islamic State’s Gendered Propaganda Targeted Towards Women: From Territorial Control to Insurgency
Armed and Explosive? An Explorative Statistical Analysis of Extremist Radicalization Cases with Military Background
A Qualitative Analysis of Drivers among Military-Affiliated and Civilian Lone Actor Terrorists Inspired by Jihadism
Countering Terrorist Narratives: Assessing the Efficacy and Mechanisms of Change in Counter-narrative Strategies
Consensus or Conflict? A Survey Analysis of How Norwegians Interpret the July 22, 2011 Attacks a Decade Later
Preventing the Next Wave of Foreign Terrorist Fighters: Lessons Learned from the Experiences of Algeria and Tunisia.
Breivik’s Long Shadow? The Impact of the July 22, 2011 Attacks on the Modus Operandi of Extreme-right Lone Actor Terrorists
“The Fighting Made Me Feel Alive:” Women’s Motivations for Engaging in Left-wing Terrorism: A Thematic Analysis
Social Learning and Social Control in the Off- and Online Pathways to Hate Crime and Terrorist Violence.
Pathways to violence: do uncertainty and dark world perceptions increase intentions to engage in political violence?
Monster or Hero? Far-right Responses to Anders Behring Breivik and the July 22, 2011 Terrorist Attacks