Over the course of six weeks, Dr. Travis Morris was able to complete several chapters, resulting in the completion of a book manuscript to Lexington Books. In his book, he examines twelve leading violent jihadi and neo-Nazi demagogues active over the past sixty years. A mixed methodological approach was used to analyze the life and work of neo-Nazi and violent jihadi demagogues from a socio-ecological perspective that was used to examine the relationship between social/political context, biographical details, propaganda, and ideology. The book focuses on the specific forms of propaganda, the context surrounding it, and the author’s biographical details, in order to better understand information warfare.

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