Reimagined Territory: A New Theory of Terrorist Geographies

Christopher Fuhriman
This research proposes a new theoretical concept of reimagined territory for application in the study of terrorism and other forms of political violence. Geographic theories of space and place, geopolitics, and multidisciplinary terrorism studies provide the theoretical framework for this dissertation. A mixed-method approach comprised of computer-aided content analysis, manual content analysis, cartographic visualization, and geographic narrative analysis is applied to ISIS's Dabiq magazine as a case study of the reimagined territory of a terrorist...
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