vii) Countering violent extremism

Key and recent overviews

Eggert, J. P. (2020). Gender, deradicalisation and disengagement. In Routledge Handbook of Deradicalisation and Disengagement (pp. 67–80). Routledge.

Hansen, S. J., & Lid, S. (eds.). (2020). Routledge Handbook of Deradicalisation and Disengagement. Routledge.

Pearson, E., Winterbotham, E., & Brown, K. E. (2019). Countering violent extremism: Making gender matter. Springer Nature.

Stephens, W., S. Sieckelinck, and H. Boutellier. 2019. Preventing Violent Extremism: A Review of the Literature. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 44 (4): 346–361. doi:10.1080/1057610X.2018.1543144.

Further works

Agius C, Cook K, Nicholas L, Ahmed A, bin Jehangir H, Safa N, Hardwick T & Clark S. (2020). Mapping right-wing extremism in Victoria. Applying a gender lens to develop prevention and deradicalisation approaches. Melbourne: Victorian Government, Department of Justice and Community Safety: Countering Violent Extremism Unit and Swinburne University of Technology.

Chan, E. (2023). Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence, Hate Speech, and Terrorism: A Risk Assessment on the Rise of the Incel Rebellion in Canada. Violence Against Women, 29(9), 1687-1718. doi:10.1177/10778012221125495

Jasser, G., Kelly, M., and Rothermel, A.(2020). Male Supremacism and the Hanau Terrorist Attack: Between Online Misogyny and Far-Right Violence. Perspective, The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism, 20 May 2020.

Koehler, D., Clubb, G., Bélanger, J. J., Becker, Michael H., & Williams, M. J. (2023). Don’t Kill the Messenger: Perceived Credibility of Far-Right Former Extremists and Police Officers in P/CVE Communication. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 1-20. doi:10.1080/1057610X.2023.2166000

Kropiunigg, Laura, and Rafael Kropiunigg. (2022). Do Violent Homes Make Violent Extremists? How childhood experiences around domestic violence may be driving terrorism worldwide. Women without Borders, Policy Paper No 4, November.

Kropiunigg, U., Kropiunigg, R., Schlaffer, E., and Kropiunigg, L. (2019). Can Fathers Challenge Extremism? Studying the Violence Prevention Potential of East African Fathers. Women without Borders, Vienna.

Leidig, E. (2021). “We Are Worth Fighting for”: Women in Far-Right Extremism. Perspective, The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism, 26 October.

Leidig, E. (2021). Why Terrorism Studies Miss the Mark When It Comes To Incels. Perspective, The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism, 31 August, 2021.

Phelan, A. (Ed.). (2020). Terrorism, gender and women: toward an integrated research agenda. Routledge.

Roose, J., M. Flood, A. Greig. M. Alfano, and S. Copland. (2022). Masculinity and Violent Extremism. Palgrave.

Scrivens, R., Venkatesh, V., Bérubé, M., & Gaudette, T. (2022). Combating Violent Extremism: Voices of Former Right-Wing Extremists. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 45(8), 661-681. doi:10.1080/1057610X.2019.1686856

Skjelsbæk, I., Hansen, J. M., & Lorentzen, J. (2020). Hopes and misguided expectations: How policy documents frame gender in efforts at preventing terrorism and violent extremism. Politics, Religion & Ideology, 21(4), 469-486. doi:10.1080/21567689.2020.1851873

Thorburn, J. (2023). Exiting the Manosphere. A Gendered Analysis of Radicalization, Diversion and Deradicalization Narratives from r/IncelExit and r/ExRedPill. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 1-25. doi:10.1080/1057610X.2023.2244192