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Von August bis Oktober war sie als Nachwuchsforscherin beim European Institute for Asian Studies tätig, einem von der EU unterstützten Think Tank für Politik und Forschung, welches von George Weidenfeld gegründet wurde.
Von Oktober bis Juni war Ebner als Senior Researcher bei der Anti-Extremismus-Organisation Quilliam Foundation tätig, wo sie Forschungsprojekte zur Terrorismusprävention für die Europäische Kommission  und die Kofi Annan Foundation leitete sowie als Sachverständige vom Home Affairs Select Committee für Rechtsextremismus , einem Ausschuss des House of Commons , angehört wurde.
Seit Juli ist Ebner als Resident Research Fellow am Londoner Institute for Strategic Dialogue spezialisiert auf Rechtsextremismus, gegenseitige Radikalisierung und europäische Terrorismusprävention.
Auf der Grundlage ihrer Forschung berät Julia Ebner parlamentarische Arbeitsgruppen, Frontarbeiter und Tech-Firmen, spricht auf internationalen Konferenzen und hält Workshops in Schulen und Universitäten ab.
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Es la necesidad de amor o de reconocimiento de personas que se han sentido humilladas o abandonadas y buscan una nueva identidad.
Mi experiencia me indica que siempre debemos incidir en el lado humano que les queda. En el grupo encuentran el sustituto de la familia o de la amistad.
Atacarles, e incluso ridiculizarles, puede funcionar a veces, pero en muchos casos es ineficaz y contraproducente. JE - It was one of the communities that I found the most terrifying.
You could see that there were women from all kinds of different backgrounds, ranging from ultra-conservative women who wanted to go back to the gender roles of the s, all the way through to women who were explicitly endorsing domestic violence, or what they called domestic discipline, and were also feeding into the wider misogynist online ecosystem of the manosphere.
Julia Ebner, author of Going Dark. Photo: Supplied. JM - The problem with these women, who take the 'red pill' as it's referred to from The Matrix movie, the problem isn't them, if they want to stay at home and cook and clean - that's a choice, it's the submission demanded by the red pill men, and the abuse and contempt?
JE - Yes. There are also some female influences within those tradwife communities, or red pill women communities, as they call themselves - who give instructions to men how to red pill their wives or their girlfriends.
JM - The strange rationale is that respecting your husband will end any abuse? JE - Exactly, basically that women should not speak up against any kind of verbal abuse, or even physical abuse, that they should just keep silent basically.
It's also the way that they frame themselves, as almost the new counter-culture to the mainstream feminist or ultra-liberal establishment.
It's quite an interesting dynamic, where you see also increasingly really young generations joining some of these communities. JM - But you liked the sorority of the tradwives?
So there was a kind of appeal - in what way? JE - I could feel that the topics that they were talking about, and the fears that they were addressing, really were resonating with me.
And they also mattered to me. For example, they were talking about double-burdens in women's lives in the modern world. Also, the fast paced dating life, online dating apps, the so-called hook-up culture.
These are all topics that I felt as a woman I could relate to, and the community was almost framing itself as a kind of self-help forum, or as a counselling forum.
It felt nice to connect with women who had similar concerns, and I was myself in quite a vulnerable state I think, at the time when I did these investigations.
So, it really also showed me that anyone, and from any background could potentially be lured into these networks if it happens at a weak moment in time.
JM - You say red-pilled women are chasing this fantasy of being the perfect wife, and on the other hand many enlightened women are chasing this fantasy of needing to be super-competent, super-successful and hot as well?
Tradwives and red pill women are far-right women's movements. Photo: rf. JM - So, maybe if you got lucky as a tradwife with the right bloke it might be more relaxing, but that probably isn't the norm?
JE - I'm sure it isn't the norm. And there were also lots of women who then reported about physical abuse, and that they were just accepting that, and wanted to submit to their husbands.
And it was really shocking to see how some women ended up actually really being indoctrinated quite quickly after joining that community.
JM - Then in your book you come to the jihadi brides, and speaking of closeness - the emotional appeal of belonging to the group.
The jihadists of Indonesia have operated as families JE - It was similar to the tradwives community.
I spent around two years in that group. You could see how some of the women that joined felt like they were almost replacing their families. They were getting support, they were getting advice on very personal matters, they were sharing a lot of their fears.
And you could see how there was a form of sister-hood. JM - You took a risk going among them didn't you - how were you received? JE - In general there weren't many questions, up to the point when the attacks in Indonesia happened, and a lot of the women became really suspicious and fearful that the security agencies might have infiltrated their networks, and they might be uncovered.
But also, I think because I had joined in the very beginning, when there were only a few women in that group. So they didn't really think of the possibility of the security services being in their group at such an early stage.
JM - Who did they think you were? JE - A German-based jihadi bride whose husband or family had travelled to Syria.
JM - One of the jihadi women you talked to thinks at one point in her indoctrination that she may be going too far in her newfound zeal.
Newcomers to far-right extremist networks can initially be asked to prove their whiteness by taking a photo of their wrist along with a timestamp and the group logo.
Ebner was once asked to submit a genetic test to prove her white ancestry she used a fake one. Though there may be better ways to get that kind of kick … such as jumping out of a plane.
Nonetheless, there have been times when fears about her personal safety have almost overwhelmed her. At the time, she was working for the counter-extremist thinktank Quilliam.
The next day, Robinson and a camera crew entered her office to demand that she justify linking him to white supremacists. It was followed by a campaign of online harassment led by others against Ebner, which included threats of sexual violence and death.
It is their goal in their intimidation campaigns to make people quit their jobs, to make them too afraid to criticise them or expose their manipulative tactics.
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Das sieht gut aus - verwenden Sie diese. Wir laden Ihr Foto hoch Hier Ihr artwork. Können Sie nicht die richtigen Worte finden?Julia Ebner is a researcher specialising in radicalisation, cumulative extremism and terrorism prevention. She is currently conducting her DPhil project at the Centre for the Study of Social Cohesion. Building on existing research from the fields of cognitive anthropology, social psychology and communication studies, the aim of her project is. Julia Ebner is a researcher at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue and author of The Rage: The Vicious Circle of Islamist and Far-Right Extremism. 5/17/ · Julia Ebner's work involves monitoring extremist groups, but she wanted to go one step further to understand them, so went undercover into a string of international jihadist and alt-right groups. Ebner says creating identities to go undercover and infiltrate extremist groups was like creating fictional characters for a novel.