Institut for Statskundskab

David John Parker

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David John Parker

Gæsteforsker

  • Institut for Statskundskab
Postaddresse:
Bartholins Allé 7
8000
Aarhus C
Danmark

E-mail: david.parker@ps.au.dk

Kvalifikationer

War Studies, PhD, King's College London

Local Government Management, Postgraduate Diploma, Warwick Business School, Warwick University

International Relations, MA, King's College London

Modern History and Political Science, BA, University of Birmingham

Ansættelse

Gæsteforsker

Institut for Statskundskab

Aarhus Universitet

Aarhus C, Danmark

10 sep. 2019 → nu

Dr. David Parker is an EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the department. His research focuses upon anti-radicalisation communication strategies in Denmark and the UK, assessing how communication can be improved and how those individuals vulnerable to radicalisation can be more effectively reached. In addition to his research David is an experienced counter-terrorism practitioner, with eight years of experience supporting the strategic local implementation of the UK government’s Prevent Strategy (counter-radicalisation) in West London.  

Postdoc

Institut for Statskundskab

Aarhus Universitet

Aarhus C, Danmark

1 nov. 201716 sep. 2019

Postdoc

Institut for Statskundskab

Aarhus Universitet

Aarhus C, Danmark

7 nov. 201719 jun. 2018

Academic Advisor to Radicalisation Awareness Network

The European Commision

1 jan. 2018 → …

Visiting Research Fellow

King's College London

London, Storbritannien

1 okt. 2017 → …

Member of ICCT Editorial Board

The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT)

Den Hague, Holland

1 aug. 2017 → …

Publikationer

Communicating with the Public About Marauding Terrorist Firearms Attacks: Results from a Survey Experiment on Factors Influencing Intention to "Run, Hide, Tell" in the United Kingdom and Denmark

Pearce, J. M., Lindekilde, L., Parker, D. & Rogers, M. B., aug. 2019, I : Risk Analysis. 39, 8, s. 1675-1694 20 s.

Challenges for Effective Counterterrorism Communication: Practitioner Insights and Policy Implications for Preventing Radicalization, Disrupting Attack Planning, and Mitigating Terrorist Attacks

Parker, D. J., Pearce, J. M., Lindekilde, L. & Rogers, M. B., mar. 2019, I : Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. 42, 3, s. 264-291 28 s.

Press coverage of lone-actor terrorism in the UK and Denmark: shaping the reactions of the public, affected communities and copycat attackers

Parker, D. J., Pearce, J. M., Lindekilde, L. & Rogers, M. B., 2 jan. 2019, I : Critical Studies on Terrorism. 12, 1, s. 110-131 22 s.

Encouraging public reporting of suspicious behaviour on rail networks

Pearce, J. M., Parker, D. J., Lindekilde, L., Bouhana, N. & Rogers, M. B., 2019, I : Policing and Society. 20 s.

Counter-Radicalisation at the Coalface: Lessons for Europe and Beyond

Parker, D. J. & Davis, J., 2017, I : RUSI Journal. 37, 1

The Securitization of Democracy: Freedom House Ratings of Russia

Parker, D. J. & Andrei P. Tsygankov, 2015, I : European Security. 24, 1, s. 77-100 24 s.

Aktiviteter

The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism - The Hague (ICCT) (Forlag)

David John Parker (Fagfællebedømmer)
27 jul. 2017 → …

Priser

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship

David John Parker (Modtager), 2017

Nominee for the King’s College London Graduate School Elsevier Prize for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis

David John Parker (Modtager), 2015

Projekter

CPR: A cross-country comparison of Communications designed to Prevent Radicalisation

Parker, D. J. & Lindekilde, L.

01/11/201731/10/2019

PRIME: Preventing, Interdicting and Mitigating Extremism

Parker, D. J.

02/02/201531/05/2017