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Author archive for Dr Ayse Lokmanoglu

  • Mar292023

    A Picture is Worth a Thousand (S)words: Classification and Diffusion of Memes on a Partisan Media Platform

    The Executive Summary of this report is also available in Arabic and French. Memes have become an integral tool of…

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  • Nov262022

    Online Platforms as Gendered Sites: Why We Should Pay Attention to Women-Only Forums

    This Insight is part of GNET’s Gender and Online Violent Extremism series in partnership with Monash Gender, Peace and Security Centre. This series…

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  • Jul202022

    White Nationalism, Stormfront, and the Extremist Politicisation of Science

    For decades, terrorists and extremists have been harnessing the affordances of media in general, and the internet, specifically, for their…

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  • Nov262021

    Censoring Extremism: Impact of Takedowns on Islamic State Visuals

    Non-state extremist groups like Islamic State (IS) and al-Qaeda utilise various online channels to disseminate strategic information to members, sympathisers,…

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  • Nov132020

    Baghdadi Fan Mail

    An earlier version of this Insight incorrectly mentioned Denmark in the table below, instead of Austria. This has now been…

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