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Extremism and Gaming Network

Reports

Extremism and Gaming Network

  • Feb082024

    Grooming for Violence: Similarities Between Radicalisation and Grooming Processes in Gaming Spaces

    Rachel Kowert and Elizabeth D. Kilmer are members of the Extremism and Gaming Research Network (EGRN). The EGRN works together…

  • May312023

    Accelerationism Meets Gamification: A Look at the Convergence in the Framing of Online Narratives

    Petra Regeni is a member of the Extremism and Gaming Research Network (EGRN). EGRN brings together world-leading counter-extremism organisations to develop insights…

  • Feb092023

    Preventing Extremism through Storytelling and Gaming

    On 2 February 2023, GNET and the Extremism and Gaming Research Network (EGRN) hosted a webinar on ‘Preventing Extremism through…

  • Feb082023

    From Atari to Allahu Akbar: Comparing White Supremacist and Jihadist Uses of Gamified Extremism

    Firas Mahmoud is a research fellow of the Extremism and Gaming Research Network (EGRN). EGRN brings together world-leading counter-extremism organisations…

  • Feb062023

    God of Race War: The Utilisation of Viking-Themed Video Games in Far-Right Propaganda

    Ashton Kingdon is a Research Fellow of the Extremism and Gaming Research Network (EGRN). EGRN brings together world-leading counter-extremism organisations…

  • Oct192022

    Playing Against Radicalisation: Why Extremists are Gaming and How P/CVE Can Leverage the Positive Effects of Video Games to Prevent Radicalisation

    The potential nexus between gaming and extremism is an increasingly important concern for researchers, tech companies, policymakers, and practitioners working…

  • Sep052022

    Can Serious Games Make a Difference in P/CVE?

    Video games and gamification have become key tools of extremist actors’ recruitment arsenal and have taken a central role in…

  • Jun102022

    The Gamification of Violent Extremism: An Empirical Exploration of the Christchurch Attack

    This Insight is based on research conducted by the author and Susann Wiedlitzka, the results of which are extensively discussed…

  • Mar092022

    Understanding the Game: Bridging Research Gaps at the Nexus of Gaming and Extremism

    Preventing and countering violent extremism practitioners are increasingly concerned about pathways to radicalisation, including those leading to violent extremism, present…