Stuart Macdonald
Stuart Macdonald
Professor, School of Law, Swansea University
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Introduction to the special issue: Terrorist online propaganda and radicalization
A Aly, S Macdonald, L Jarvis, TM Chen
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 40 (1), 1-9, 2017
A Suicidal Woman, Roaming Pigs and a Noisy Trampolinist: Refining the ASBO's Definition of ‘Anti‐Social Behaviour’
S Macdonald
The Modern Law Review 69 (2), 183-213, 2006
What is cyberterrorism? Findings from a survey of researchers
L Jarvis, S Macdonald
Terrorism and Political Violence 27 (4), 657-678, 2015
Violent extremism online: New perspectives on terrorism and the internet
A Aly, S Macdonald, L Jarvis, T Chen
Routledge, 2016
Regulating terrorist content on social media: automation and the rule of law
S Macdonald, SG Correia, AL Watkin
International Journal of Law in Context 15 (2), 183-197, 2019
The cyberterrorism threat: Findings from a survey of researchers
L Jarvis, S Macdonald, L Nouri
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 37 (1), 68-90, 2014
Cyberterrorism: Understanding, Assessment, and Response
T Chen, L Jarvis, S Macdonald
Springer, 2014
Unpacking cyberterrorism discourse: Specificity, status, and scale in news media constructions of threat
L Jarvis, S Macdonald, A Whiting
European Journal of International Security 2 (1), 64-87, 2016
Constructing a Framework for Criminal Justice Research: Learning from Packer's Mistakes
S Macdonald
New Criminal Law Review: In International and Interdisciplinary Journal 11 …, 2008
Constructing cyberterrorism as a security threat: a study of international news media coverage
L Jarvis, S Macdonald, A Whiting
Perspectives on Terrorism 9 (1), 2015
Visual Jihad: Constructing the “Good Muslim” in Online Jihadist Magazines
S Macdonald, N Lorenzo-Dus
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 2019
Terrorism Online: A new strategic environment
S Macdonald, D Mair
Terrorism Online: Politics, Law and Technology. Abingdon: Routledge (1), 2015
Othering the West in the online Jihadist propaganda magazines Inspire and Dabiq
N Lorenzo-Dus, S Macdonald
Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 6 (1), 79-106, 2018
Cyberterrorism today? Findings from a follow-on survey of researchers
S Macdonald, L Jarvis, SM Lavis
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 45 (8), 727-752, 2022
Daesh, Twitter and the Social Media Ecosystem: A Study of Outlinks Contained in Tweets Mentioning Rumiyah
S Macdonald, D Grinnell, A Kinzel, N Lorenzo-Dus
The RUSI Journal 164 (4), 60-72, 2019
ASBOs and control orders: two recurring themes, two apparent contradictions
S Macdonald
Parliamentary affairs 60 (4), 601-624, 2007
Online radicalization: Contested terms and conceptual clarity
S Macdonald, J Whittaker
Online terrorist propaganda, recruitment, and radicalization, 33-45, 2019
Locating Cyberterrorism: how Terrorism researchers use and view the Cyber Lexicon
L Jarvis, S Macdonald
Perspectives on Terrorism 8 (2), 52-65, 2014
Shedding Light on Terrorist and Extremist Content Removal
I van der Vegt, P Gill, S Macdonald, B Kleinberg
The Criminalisation of Terrorists’ Online Preparatory Acts
L Carlile QC, S Macdonald
Cyberterrorism: Understanding, Assessment and Response, 155-173, 2014
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