Jihadology presents Academic Journal Articles of 2013, Part IV

For previous posts in this series see:

Kathleen Deloughery — Simultaneous Attacks by Terrorist Organisations

Khalil al-Anani and Maszlee Malik — Pious Way to Politics: The Rise of Political Salafism in Post-Mubarak Egypt

Khuram Iqbal and Sara De Silva — Terrorist lifecycles: a case study of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan

M.W. Zackie — An Analysis of Abu Mus’ab al-Suri’s “Call to Global Islamic Resistance”

Manuel Cebrian, Manuel R. Torres, Ramon Huerta, and James H. Fowler — Violent extremist group ecologies under stress

Marcus Schulzke — Being a terrorist: Video game simulations of the other side of the War on Terror

Marie Breen-Smyth — Theorising the “suspect community”: counterterrorism, security practices and the public imagination

Mark Woodward, Muhammad Sani Umar, Inayah Rohmaniyah, and Mariani Yahya — Salafi Violence and Sufi Tolerance? Rethinking Conventional Wisdom

Martijn de Koning — The moral maze: Dutch Salafis and the construction of a moral community of the faithful

Martin Rudner — Al Qaeda’s Twenty-Year Strategic Plan: The Current Phase of Global Terror

Mary Beth Altier, John Horgan, and Christian Thoroughgood — In Their Own Words? Methodological Considerations in the Analysis of Terrorist Autobiographies

Matthias Kortmann and Kerstin Rosenow-Williams — Islamic Umbrella Organizations and Contemporary Political Discourse on Islam in Germany

Matthew Feldman — Comparative Lone Wolf Terrorism: Toward a Heuristic Definition 

Megan Smith and James Igoe Walsh — Do Drone Strikes Degrade Al Qaeda? Evidence From Propaganda Output

Mohammed Ilyas — Islamist groups in the UK and recruitment

Mohammad Shehzad — The State of Islamic Radicalism in Pakistan

Monica Marks — Youth Politics and Tunisian Salafism- Understanding the Jihadi Current

Moran Yarchi, Gadi Wolfsfeld, Tamir Sheafer, and Shaul R Shenhav — Promoting stories about terrorism to the international news media: A study of public diplomacy

Muniba Saleem and Craig A. Anderson — Arabs as terrorists- Effects of stereotypes within violent contexts on attitudes, perceptions, and affect

Nazek Jawad — Democracy in Modern Islamic Thought