Combating violent extremism and radicalization in the digital era
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Combating Violent Extremism and Radicalization in the Digital Era
Skip to search form Skip to main content. Radicalization has increasingly become a transnational risk as cyber-technologies and social networks have steadily improved in the past years. DAESH has utilized the benefits of these new technologies to radicalize and recruit home-grown fighters, inviting them to join their ranks in the Islamic State territories, or inciting them to attack in their Western countries. However, this process of radicalization is not a simple task. View on IEEE.
Advances in digital technologies have provided ample positive impacts to modern society; however, in addition to such benefits, these innovations have inadvertently created a new venue for criminal activity to generate. Combating Violent Extremism and Radicalization in the Digital Era is an essential reference for the latest research on the utilization of online tools by terrorist organizations to communicate with and recruit potential extremists and examines effective countermeasures employed by law enforcement agencies to defend against such threats. Focusing on perspectives from the social and behavioral sciences, this book is a critical source for researchers, analysts, intelligence officers, and policy makers interested in preventive methods for online terrorist activities. Gabriel Ong , University of Melbourne, Australia. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Condition: New.
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