Follow
Maura Conway
Maura Conway
Moriarty Prof. Gov & Intern’l Studies, Dublin City Uni; Prof. Cyber Threats, Swansea Uni
Verified email at dcu.ie - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Determining the role of the internet in violent extremism and terrorism: Six suggestions for progressing research
M Conway
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 40 (1), 77-98, 2017
3282017
Combining social network analysis and sentiment analysis to explore the potential for online radicalisation
A Bermingham, M Conway, L McInerney, N O'Hare, AF Smeaton
Social Network Analysis and Mining, 2009. ASONAM'09. International†…, 2009
2412009
Terrorist Use of the Internet by the Numbers: Quantifying Behaviors, Patterns, and Processes
P Gill, E Corner, M Conway, A Thornton, M Bloom, J Horgan
Criminology & Public Policy 16 (1), 99 - 117, 2017
2102017
Terrorism and the Internet: New Media—New Threat?
M Conway
Parliamentary Affairs 59 (2), 283-298, 2006
2042006
Down the (white) rabbit hole: The extreme right and online recommender systems
D O’Callaghan, D Greene, M Conway, J Carthy, P Cunningham
Social Science Computer Review 33 (4), 459-478, 2015
1682015
Jihadi video and auto-radicalisation: evidence from an exploratory YouTube study
M Conway, L McInerney
Intelligence and Security Informatics, 108-118, 2008
1602008
The Internet and politics: citizens, voters and activists
S Oates, D Owen, RK Gibson
Routledge, 2006
1562006
Reality bytes: Cyberterrorism and terrorist 'use' of the Internet
M Conway
First Monday 7 (11), 2002
1342002
Terrorist 'Use'of the Internet and Fighting Back
M Conway
Information and Security 19, 9, 2006
1152006
Right-wing extremists’ persistent online presence: History and contemporary trends
M Conway, R Scrivens, L McNair
International Centre for Counter-terrorism–The Hague, 2019
902019
An analysis of interactions within and between extreme right communities in social media
D O’Callaghan, D Greene, M Conway, J Carthy, P Cunningham
Ubiquitous social media analysis, 88-107, 2012
892012
Disrupting Daesh: Measuring takedown of online terrorist material and its impacts
M Conway, M Khawaja, S Lakhani, J Reffin, A Robertson, D Weir
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 42 (1-2), 141-160, 2019
872019
From al-Zarqawi to al-Awlaki: The emergence of the internet as a new form of violent radical milieu
M Conway
Combating Terrorism Exchange 2 (4), 12-22, 2012
642012
From al-Zarqawi to al-Awlaki: The emergence and development of an online radical milieu
M Conway
CTX: Combating Terrorism Exchange 2 (4), 12-22, 2012
622012
Reality check: assessing the (un) likelihood of cyberterrorism
M Conway
Cyberterrorism, 103-121, 2014
592014
Exploring the form and function of dissident Irish Republican online discourses
L Bowman-Grieve, M Conway
Media, War & Conflict 5 (1), 71-85, 2012
582012
What is cyberterrorism?
M Conway
Current history: A journal of contemporary world affairs, 436-442, 2002
562002
Online social media in the Syria conflict: Encompassing the extremes and the in-betweens
D O'Callaghan, N Prucha, D Greene, M Conway, J Carthy, P Cunningham
2014 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks†…, 2014
522014
Uncovering the wider structure of extreme right communities spanning popular online networks
D O'callaghan, D Greene, M Conway, J Carthy, P Cunningham
Proceedings of the 5th Annual ACM Web Science Conference, 276-285, 2013
512013
Code wars: steganography, signals intelligence, and terrorism
M Conway
Knowledge, Technology & Policy 16 (2), 45-62, 2003
512003
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20