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Researching Jihadist Propaganda: Access, Interpretation, and Trauma
Charlie Winter
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This chapter explores three key challenges that arise in the context of research on violent extremist propaganda. While this chapter is focused specifically on research on violent extremist materials…
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Religious Politics and Student Associations in Nigeria
Abdoulaye Sounaye and Medinat Abdulazeez Malefakis
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Religion is a major source of social currency at Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) and other campuses in Nigeria, as it is in broader society.

Association with religious groups on campuses…
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The State of Secularism in Chadian Higher Education: Testing Perceived Ties to Violent Extremism
Remadji Hoinathy and Daniel Eizenga
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Debates about the secular character of the state and the role of religion in the public sphere in the Lake Chad Basin reveal important socio-religious divisions in higher education. If left…
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Islam, Higher Education, and Extremism in Cameroon
Brandon Kendhammer and Adama Ousmanou
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Despite the growing influence of Salafism on campuses, there is little evidence of extremist ideologies or of intra-Muslim ideological conflict. The need to maintain cordial relations with the state…
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COMPENDIUM: Bangladesh and Violent Extremism: RESOLVE Network Research 2016-2017
This compendium is the collected work of RESOLVE Network publications resulting from RESOLVE’s 2016-2017 Bangladesh Research Initiative.

In 2017, the RESOLVE Network Secretariat…
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BANGLADESH RESEARCH SERIES FACT SHEET NO. 1.4: Islamic Militancy in Bangladesh
This fact sheet provides a snapshot of findings from the RESOLVE Network’s 2016-2017 Bangladesh Research Initiative. As part of the Initiative, RESOLVE conducted a nationwide survey of 4,067…