Published in July 2018.
This module is a resource for lecturers
This section recommends advanced readings for students interested in exploring the topic(s) of this Module in more detail, and for lecturers teaching the Module.
- United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (2017). Enhancing the Understanding of the Foreign Terrorist Fighters Phenomenon in Syria . July.
- United Nations General Assembly, Human Rights Council (2015). Resolution adopted by the Human Rights Council on 2 October 2015: Human rights and preventing and countering violent extremism . 12 October. A/HRC/RES/30/15.
- United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) (2016). Handbook on the Management of Violent Extremist Prisoners . Criminal Justice Handbook Series. Vienna.
- UNDP, EU (2014). Supporting Insider Mediation: Strengthening Resilience to Conflict and Turbulance . New York, and Brussels.
- UNDP (2014). UNDP Guidelines on Engaging with Faith-based Organizations and Religious Leaders . New York.
- What's in Blue (2017). " Foreign Terrorist Fighters: Resolution." 20 December. (Regarding a follow up to resolution 2178 on FTFs, adopted on 24 September 2014).
- Heydemann, Steven (2014). " Countering Violent Extremism as a Field of Practice." United States Institute of Peace Insights, no. 1.
- Laqueur, Walter (1996). " Postmodern Terrorism: New Rules for an Old Game." Foreign Affairs, September/October.
- Botha, Anneli (2015). " Radicalisation to Terrorism in Kenya and Uganda: a Political Socialisation Perspective." Perspectives on Terrorism [online], vol. 9, no. 5.
- Sageman, Marc (2014). " The stagnation in terrorism research, terrorism and political violence." Terrorism and Political Violence, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 565-580.
- Patel, Faiza (2011). Rethinking Radicalization . New York: Brennan Center for Justice.
- Davies, Lynn, Zubeda Limbada, Laura Zahra McDonald, Basia Spalek, and Doug Weeks. (2015). Formers and Families: Transitional Journeys In and Out of Violent Extremism in the UK . ConnectJustice.
- United States Agency for International Development (USAID) (2011). " The Development Response to Violent Extremism and Insurgency: Putting Principles into Practice." USAID Policy, September.
- Downey, Greg (2015). " Scott Atran on Youth, Violent Extremism and Promoting Peace." PLOS BLOGS, ARTIS Research and Risk Modeling.
- McCants, Will, and Clinton Watts (2012). " U.S. Strategy for Countering Violent Extremism: An Assessment." Foreign Policy Research Institute E-Notes, December.
- Travis, Alan (2017). " Only 5% of people referred to Prevent extremism scheme get specialist help." The Guardian, 9 November.
- Walklate, Sandra, and Gabe Mythen (2015). "Managing Terrorism: From Risk to Resilience?" In Gabe Mythen and Sandra Walklate, Contradictions of Terrorism: Security, Risk and Resilience.Oxon: Routledge.
- Mythen, Gabe, Sandra Walklate, and Fatima Khan (2012). " 'Why Should We Have to Prove We're Alright?': Counter-terrorism, Risk and Partial Securities." British Sociological Association, Sociology, vol. 47, issue 2, pp. 383-398.
- Walsh, James P. (2017). " Moral panics by design: The case of Terrorism." Current Sociology, vol. 65, issue 5, pp. 643-662.
- Aradau, Claudia, and Rens van Munster (2007). " Governing Terrorism through Risk: Taking Precautions, (un)Knowing the Future." European Journal of International Relations, vol. 13, issue 1, pp. 89-115.
- Mythen, Gabe (2017). " Thinking with Ulrich Beck: security, terrorism and transformation." Journal of Risk Research, vol. 21, issue 1, pp. 17-28.
- Savitch, Hank V. (2008). Cities in a Time of Terror: Space, Territory, and Local Resilience . New York: Routledge.
- Roach, Kent (2015). "Thematic Conclusions and Future Challenges." In Kent Roach ed. Comparative Counter-Terrorism Law,Cambridge University Press. Pp. 683-777.
- King, Michael, and Donald M. Taylor (2011). " The Radicalization of Homegrown Jihadist: A Review of Theoretical Models and Social Psychological Evidence." Terrorism and Political Violence, vol. 23, issue 4, pp. 602-622.
- Neumann, Peter R. ed. (2015). Radicalization, Major Works Collection, Vol. 1: Models and Theories. London and New York: Routledge.
- Singh, Bilveer (2011). " Why Successful Counter-Terrorism Can Beget More Terrorism? Indonesia Since the 2002 Bali Bombings. Southeast Asia Regional Centre for Counter-Terrorism (SEARCCT)." SEARCCT's Selection of Articles, vol. 2, pp. 1-16.
- Letter from the American Civil Liberties Union (24 December 2015) addressed to the Special Rapporteur, on file, and letter (18 December 2014) from the American Civil Liberties Union addressed to Lisa Monaco, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and National Deputy Security Adviser.
- Aziz, Sahar, F. (2017). " Losing the 'War of Ideas': A Critique of Countering Violent Extremism Programs." Texas A&M University School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 17-22.
- Aziz, Sahar F. (2011/12). "Caught in a Preventive Dragnet: Selective Counterterrorism in a Post-9/11 America." Gonzaga Law Review, vol. 47, p. 429.
- Prelis, Lakshitha Saji (2016). " UNDP Global Meeting on Preventing Violent Extremism & Promoting Inclusive Development, Tolerance & Diversity." Presentation by Search for Common Ground and Co-Chair of Inter-Agency Working Group on Youth and Peacebuilding, 14-16 March 2016, Oslo, Norway.