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Not Just The Web: Radicalisation and Digital Media

The Internet is often declared the sole cause of radicalisation and extremism. But there are many factors contributing to both

Is the Internet a radicalizing force? Does it lead to more politically motivated violence? These are questions that flare up again and again after terrorist attacks…




Perspectives on the Internet, Media, Journalism, Society, Culture and Politics

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Felix Simon

Felix Simon

Journalist & Researcher. DPhil student Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford. Research Assistant Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

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