Combating terrorism through addressing radicalization and violent extremism has become a ubiquitous feature of national strategies, resulting in the emergence of many policies and practices directed toward countering and preventing violent extremism. These soft-power approaches aim at intervention before violence occurs. One prominent theme in the literature is that violent extremism can be prevented by developing some capacity, skill, or characteristic in individuals that prevents them from being drawn toward violent extremist ideologies or groups. The image evoked by the theories and approaches that fall within this “resilient individual” orientation is that of creating strong, critical, or flexible individuals. What do you think about this? See where the literature takes you in response to and engaging with any aspects of an individual-centered counter-radicalization approach. 

Combating Terrorism Exchange (CTX) (Links to an external site.)

Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses (CTTA) (Links to an external site.)

Defense Against Terrorism Review (DATR) (Links to an external site.)

Journal for Deradicalization (JD) (Links to an external site.)

Journal of 9/11 Studies (Links to an external site.)

Journal of Counter Terrorism & Homeland Security International, (Links to an external site.)

Journal of Terrorism & Cyber Insurance, The (JTCI) (Links to an external site.)

Journal on Terrorism and Security Analysis, The (JTSA) (Links to an external site.)

Perspectives on Terrorism (PT) (Links to an external site.)

PRISM (Links to an external site.)

Terrorism: An Electronic Journal and Knowledge Base (Links to an external site.)

Terrorism Monitor (TM)