Dana Janbek Publications and Media Appearances

Dana Janbek



Seib, P. & Janbek, D. (2010). Global terrorism and new media: The post Al-Qaeda generation. Routledge.

Book Chapters

Wall, M., Janbek, D., & Otis Campbell, M. Refugees, information precarity and social inclusion: The precarious communication practices of Syrians fleeing war. In J. Retis and R. Tsagarousianou (Eds), The handbook of diasporas, media and culture. Wiley Blackwell. Forthcoming.

Steinfatt, T. & Janbek, D. (2016). Persuasion in terrorism. In M. Khader and L. Seng (Eds), Combating violent extremism and radicalization in the digital era. IGI Global.

Janbek, D. (2014). Functioning of terrorism. In M. Eid (Ed), Exchanging terrorism oxygen for media airwaves:The age of terroredia. IGI Global.

Journal Articles

Wall, M., Otis Campbell, M., & Janbek, D. (2017). Syrian refugees and information precarity. New Media & Society,19(2), 240-254.

Janbek, D. & Williams, V. (2014). The role of the Internet post 9/11 in terrorism & counterterrorism. Brown
Journal of World affairs, 20(2), 297-308.

Prado, P. & Janbek, D. (2013). Telecenter web portals in Latin American and Arab Nations: A comparative analysis. The Journal of Community Informatics, 9(1).

Janbek, D. & Prado, P. (2012). Rethinking the role of virtual communities in terrorist websites. Combating Terrorism Exchange, 2(4), 23-27.

Janbek, D. (2011). Terrorism in the age of the Internet: The case of Muslim Arab FTOs. Journal of Religious and Theological Information, 10(1), 5-15.

Janbek, D. & Lopez-Preciado, L. (2008). The Arab lobby in the United States: A case study of media use. Journalof Middle East Media, 4(1), 61-79.

Media Appearances

Media Publications

  • Janbek, D. & Wall, M. (2016, June 28). If you are worried about your safety, focus less on refugees and more on guns. E-International Relations.
  • Otis Campbell, M., Janbek, D., & Wall, M. (2016, March 2). Canada's audacious refugee response. E-International Relations.
  • Wall, M. & Janbek, D. (2015, June 23). The Syrians are coming. The Hill.
  • Janbek, D. (2014, October 16). For Syrian refugees in Jordan, the cellphone is a lifeline. WBUR Cognoscenti