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Radicalisers as Regulators: An Examination of Dabiq Magazine / Stuart Macdonald

Terrorists' Use of the Internet: Assessment and Response, Volume: NATO Science for Peace and Security Series - E: Human and Societal Dynamics, Pages: 146 - 157

Swansea University Author: Macdonald, Stuart

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DOI (Published version): 10.3233/978-1-61499-765-8-146

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This chapter analyses the contents of so-called Islamic State's Dabiq magazine using the framework of responsive regulation. After a brief statement on methodology, the chapter begins by outlining the notion of responsive regulation and seeks to justify its application in this context. It argue...

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Published in: Terrorists' Use of the Internet: Assessment and Response
ISBN: 978-1-61499-764-1
Published: Amsterdam IOS Press 2017
Online Access: http://ebooks.iospress.nl/volumearticle/46551
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