Shandon John Francis Harris-Hogan

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Visiting address Moltke Moes vei 31 0851 OSLO
Postal address Postboks 1097 Blindern 0317 OSLO
Other affiliations Faculty of Social Sciences (Student)

Background

Shandon Harris-Hogan is a PhD Research Fellow at the Center for Research on Extremism (C-REX), University of Oslo. He holds Masters degrees in International Relations (Monash University) and Research (Macquarie University), and is an Adjunct Fellow at Victoria University.

Shandon’s research focuses on understanding the radicalisation and disengagement process, how terrorist networks are structured and operate, and how acts of politically motivated violence can manifest. Such work has been published in a number of leading academic journals including Terrorism and Political Violence and the Oxford Review of Education. He is also an Associate Editor of Behavioural Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression. 

Shandon’s applied research focuses on helping to facilitate disengagement from violent extremism through the design, implementation and evaluation of Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) programs and policy. Since 2010 he has been involved over a dozen applied research grants (more than half as lead or co-lead researcher) with partner agencies including Victoria Police, the Australia New Zealand Counter-Terrorism Committee and the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society.

Shandon previously worked as a researcher at the Global Terrorism Research Centre (Monash University) and as an analyst for the Australian government. He has delivered presentations at a range of international and domestic academic conferences, lectured in post-graduate university courses and briefed high level government and police officials on issues relating to terrorism, security and international relations. In 2014 he was named the Future Strategic Writer of the year by the Institute for Regional Security.

Tags: Terrorism, Extremism, Political Violence, Counterterrorism, Countering Violent Extremism, Disengagement

Publications

Harris-Hogan, S. (2020) How to Evaluate a Program Working With Terrorists? Understanding Australia’s Countering Violent Extremism Early Intervention Program. Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism 15, 97-116

Harris-Hogan, S; Dawson, L & Amarasingam, A. (2020) A Comparative Analysis of the Nature and Evolution of the Domestic Jihadist Threat to Australia and Canada (2000–2020). Perspectives on Terrorism 14, 77-102

Bright, D; Whelan, C & Harris Hogan, S. (2020) Exploring the Hidden Social Networks of ‘Lone Actor’ Terrorists. Crime, Law and Social Change 74, 491-508

Harris Hogan, S & Barrelle, K. (2020) Young Blood: Understanding the emergence of the new cohort of Australian Jihadists. Terrorism and Political Violence 32, 1391-1412

Harris Hogan, S; Barrelle, K & Smith D. (2019) The Role of Schools and Education in Countering Violent Extremism (CVE): Applying lessons from Western countries to Australian CVE policy. Oxford Review of Education 45, 731-748

Bright, D; Whelan, C & Harris Hogan, S. (2018) On the Durability of Terrorist Networks: Revealing the hidden connections between Jihadist cells. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 43, 638-656

Harris-Hogan, S. (2018) Terrorism, 1888–2018: Some change, but mostly the same. Journal of Threat Assessment and Management 5, 245-247

Harris Hogan, S; Barrelle, K & Zammit, A. (2016) What is Countering Violent Extremism? Exploring CVE policy and practice in Australia. Behavioural Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 8, 6-24

Harris Hogan, S & Barrelle, K. (2016) Assisting Practitioners to Understand Countering Violent Extremism. Behavioural Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 8, 1-5 (Introduction to the special issue)

Harris Hogan, S. (2015) Understanding the Logic: An Analysis of Jihadist Targeting and Tactics in Western Countries from 2000 – mid 2012. Security Challenges 11, 75-91

Harris Hogan, S & Zammit, A. (2014) Mantiqi IV: A Case Study of al Qaeda’s Threat to the West through Co-opting Jihadist Organisations. Democracy and Security 10, 315-334

Harris Hogan, S & Zammit, A. (2014) The Unseen Terrorist Connection: Exploring Jihadist links between Lebanon and Australia. Terrorism and Political Violence 26, 449-469

Harris Hogan, S. (2014) The Importance of Family: The Key to Understanding the Evolution of Jihadism in Australia. Security Challenges 10, 31-24

Harris-Hogan, S. (2014) Violent Extremism in Australia: An overview. Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice 491. 1-14

Schuurman, B; Harris Hogan, S; Lentini, P & Zammit, A. (2014) Operation Pendennis: A Case Study of an Australian Terrorist Plot. Perspectives on Terrorism 8, 91-99

Andre, V & Harris Hogan, S. (2013) Mohamed Merah: From Petty Criminal to Neojihadist. Politics, Religion and Ideology 14, 307-319

Harris Hogan, S. (2012) Anatomy of a Terrorist Cell: A study of the network uncovered in Sydney in 2005. Behavioural Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 5, 137-154

Harris Hogan, S. (2012) The Australian Neojihadist network: Origins, evolution and structure. Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict 5, 18-30

Harris Hogan, S. (2012) Australian Neojihadist Terrorism: Mapping the network and cell analysis using wiretap evidence. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 35, 298–314

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