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Online Terrorist Magazines: Preliminary Findings / Stuart Macdonald; Nuria Lorenzo-Dus; Matteo di Cristofaro; David Mair; Anina Kinzel; Saffron Lee; Nyasha Maravanyika; David Nezri; Jodie Parker; Elliot Parry; Kate Thomas; Luke Walker

Swansea University Author: Macdonald, Stuart

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This report stems from a research project on online terrorist magazines. The overarching objective of the project was to identify central narratives and themes, and to examine the communicative (language and images) devices used to advance these. This report provided an initial statistical overview...

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title Online Terrorist Magazines: Preliminary Findings
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