terrorism

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White terrorism, white genocide and metapolitics2.0

Column
Ico Maly
23/05/2019
7 minutes to read

The terrorist attack in New Zealand has an offline and an online dimension and it is crucial that we take this online/offline nexus on board when analyzing contemporary white terrorism. says Ico Maly (Tilburg University).

The November 13 Paris attacks

Article
Nine van Steen
28/01/2019
10 minutes to read

Loads of people got involved in the Paris attacks: perpetrators, Islamic State, victims, and the general public. In this article, these groups of people are brought in relation to online infrastructures. 

Traffic jam

On butterfly effects and terror

Column
Jan Blommaert
11/12/2017
5 minutes to read

Thinking about a freak traffic accident and its huge butterfly effects made me reflect on the similarities with terror attacks. Can such things be prevented at all?

Ben Carson tweets '#IamaChristian' right after the Oregon shooting on October 2nd 2015.

Ben Carson's #IamaChristian

Paper
Suleika Gommers
01/11/2018
20 minutes to read

Carsons tweet 'I AM A CHRISTIAN ’  went viral right after the college shooting near Roseburg, Oregon, killing nine people. This paper give insight on the person Ben Carson, what made him tweet these words.  

Construction and presentations of interethnic boundaries in the media:

‘The Moroccan Drug Dealer’

Article
Mijndert Rodolf
25/01/2017
8 minutes to read

Why does the media frame minority groups the way they do? How is this done? What are the the effects of these negative frames?

The failure of surveillance

Article
Jan Blommaert
13/06/2016
3 minutes to read

The search for terrorists is supported by highly sophisticated and intensive surveillance of electronic communication media, but overlooks the basic fact that sometimes people switch off their devices and become invisible.