Nov 14, 2016



We invite academics, practitioners and policy makers to submit articles for the next JD issue (No. 9 Winter 2016/17) to be published end of December 2016. Article types may include research papers, working papers, policy recommendations, conference reports, field experiences, interviews, book reviews and program introductions within the topic of radicalization and deradicalization studies of all radical milieus and ideologies. You may use updated versions of previously published or unpublished work. However, original work will be preferred. The length of the contributions should be between 5.000 (for policy papers, field experiences, program introductions, book reviews) and 20.000 (research papers, working papers, interviews) words. Languages accepted are German and English.
The JD Journal for Deradicalization is the world’s only and premier peer reviewed periodical for the theory and practice of deradicalization with a wide international audience. Named an “essential journal of our times” (Cheryl LaGuardia, Harvard University) the JD’s editorial board of expert advisors includes some of the most renowned scholars in the field of deradicalization studies, such as Prof. Dr. John G. Horgan (Georgia State University); Prof. Dr. Tore Bjørgo (Norwegian Police University College); Prof. Dr. Mark Dechesne (Leiden University); Prof. Dr. Cynthia Miller-Idriss (American University Washington); Prof. Dr. Marco Lombardi, (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milano); Dr. Paul Jackson (University of Northampton); Professor Michael Freeden, (University of Nottingham); Professor Hamed El-Sa'id (Manchester Metropolitan University); Prof. Sadeq Rahimi (University of Saskatchewan, Harvard Medical School), Dr Omar Ashour (University of Exeter), and Prof. Neil Ferguson (Liverpool Hope University).
If you are interested in submitting an article, please send a short abstract (ca. 250 words) about your topic together with your affiliation to: until no later than October 31st.
Please indicate the type of article you want to write and the approximate length. You will hear within the following week about the acceptance of your proposal and the suggested issue for inclusion. Afterwards we will ask you to finish the articles until end of November. Your article will then have to pass through a double blind peer review process and you will hear back until mid-December about necessary changes. Please be aware that there will be no copyediting! You will be responsible for orthography and style and articles will be rejected if they are not copyedited by the authors. We do prefer APA style citation but leave the decision regarding the citation style to the authors.
For reference please see our current issue #8 Summer 2016.

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