Contact details and full publications list can be found on this link.
Copies of many of the papers can be downloaded from DCU’s Open Access Institutional Repository DORAS.
Lisa McInerney is a Research Fellow in the School of Law and Government, and the Institute for International Conflict Resolution and Reconstruction, at Dublin City University. Lisa is Programme Manager for VOX-Pol, a European Commission-funded ‘Network of Excellence’ focused upon violent online political extremism.
Lisa’s research interests are in violent political extremism and processes of violent radicalisation with a particular interest in the potential for violent radicalisation via the Internet. Analysis of violent political extremist narratives aimed at radicalising youth — across a range of ideologies — forms the core of Lisa’s most recent research along with exploring the potential for development of effective counternarrative strategies.
Invited to contribute on related issues at a variety of international events including the OSCE and the US Naval Postgraduate School, Lisa has also published in a Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) volume on ‘Intelligence and Security Informatics’, in IEEE Computer Society, and has co-edited (with Maura Conway) a special issue on terrorism in ‘old’ and ‘new’ media in Media, War & Conflict in which she also had a co-authored paper on the framing of ‘JihadJane’ in the US press.