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RESEARCH CONTEXT An estimated 25,000 foreign fighters have been recruited to Islamic State (IS) from over 100 counties around the world. While shocking in itself, this reflects only the militant end-product of the radic...
Funded by: AHRC
Lead research organisation: University of Bath
The project focuses on predicting online radicalisation and developing software to analyse social media data related to extremism.
The explosive use of social media tools in recent years has turned them into a double-edged sword. On one hand, social media is viewed as a positive factor in Middle East revolutions. On the other hand, violence events s...
Funded by: EPSRC
Lead research organisation: Aston University
This project also focuses on detecting trends of violent radicalization and extremism from social media using a Bayesian modeling approach.
Counter-terrorism and radicalisation prevention policies are not peripheral discourses and practices that affect only certain individuals and spheres, but should be understood as instruments that have serious implication...
Funded by: ESRC
Lead research organisation: Loughborough University
The project investigates the role of media in the dissemination of new imaginaries of radicalisation and the effects of counter-radicalisation strategies, which partially answers the question about the role and influence of the internet and social media in the radicalisation process.