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Countering Radicalisation of Muslim Community Opinions on the EU Level

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Breaking the Waves: How the Phenomenon of European Jihadism Militates Against the Wave Theory of Terrorism

References Coogan, T. P., The IRA. New York: Palgrave, 2002. Copeland, T., “Is the ‘New Terrorism’ really new? An Analysis of the New Paradigm for Terrorism.” The Journal of Conflict Studies XXI.2 (2001): 7-27. Crenshaw, M., “The Debate over ‘New’ vs. ‘Old’ Terrorism.” Values and Violence: Intangible Aspects of Terrorism. Eds. I. Karawan, W. McCormack, S. Reynolds. Dordrecht: Springer, 2008. Critical Terrorism Studies: A New Research Agenda. Ed. R. Jackson. Abingdon: Routledge, 2009

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Exploring the Theories of Radicalization

violent radicalization in Europe. Part I. Potential Contribution of Social Movement Theory. DIIS Working Paper. Copenhagen: Danish Institute for International Studies, 2008. -----. Studying violent radicalization in Europe. Part II. The potential contribution of socio-psychological and psychological approaches. DIIS Working paper. Copenhagen: Danish Institute for International Studies, 2008. Della Porta, D. Social movements, political violence and the state: a comparative analysis of Italy and Germany. Cambridge: Cambridge University

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Place Branding and Citizen Involvement: Participatory Approach to Building and Managing City Brands

. Public Sector Management. Harlow: Pearsons Education, 2002. Govers, R. “Why place branding is not about logos and slogans.” Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, 9 (2013): 71–5. Grindle, M.S. “Good Enough Governance Revisited.” Development Policy Review , Vol. 25 (5) (2007): 553–74. Hankinson, G. “Relational Network Brands: Towards a Conceptual Model of Place Brands.” Journal of Vacation Marketing , 10 (2) (2004): 109–21. Hanna, S., Rowley, J. “An Analysis of Terminology Use in Place Branding.” Place Branding and Public Diplomacy , Vol. 4

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