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Mişcarea Legionară, între istorie și percepții actuale. Amestec de fascism și atitudini populiste

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Polis: Revista de Stiinte Politice, Vol X, Iss 37, Pp 65-80 (2022)

Abstract:The Legionary Movement (called also the Iron Guard) was a special political phenomenon, which appeared in a special socio-economic and geopolitical context, in interwar Romania. As some of the elements of this context seem to repeat today (the reappear...

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A link between radicalisation models and extremist propaganda

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Global Security: Health, Science and Policy, Vol 7, Iss 1, Pp 44-50 (2022)

Abstract:This study explores the relationship between extremist propaganda and the process of radicalisation. Two theories of the radicalisation process are explored which include a linear approach and a non-linear approach. The Dabiq magazines published by ISI...

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Inszenieren und Mobilisieren: Rechte und islamistische Akteure digital und analog

Inszenieren und Mobilisieren: Rechte und islamistische Akteure digital und analog

Publication Type:eBook

Abstract:Soziale Medien bilden im zunehmenden Maß einen Ort der Austragung und diskursiven Verarbeitung gesellschaftlicher und politischer Konflikte. Extrem rechte und salafistisch-dschihadistische Akteur•innen nehmen an diesen Auseinandersetzungen teil und nut...

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Radicalization in the Digital Society: A Social Psychological Analysis

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics, Vol 19, Iss 2, Pp 336-351 (2022)

Abstract:Terrorism is not a new phenomenon, it has existed for more than two millennia, developing, changing and acquiring new features and peculiarities of a particular historical period. Nevertheless, terrorism has kept one feature unchanged: it still poses a...

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“Resistance!”: Collective Action Cues in Conspiracy Theory-Endorsing Facebook Groups

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Media and Communication, Vol 10, Iss 2, Pp 130-143 (2022)

Abstract:Conspiracy theories on social media have been suspected of contributing to mobilization and radicalization. Yet, few studies have examined the prevalence of psychological variables that may serve to motivate normative and non-normative collective actio...

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Terror Financing and Unregulated Economy of Pakistan: An Investigation of an Economically Failed State

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):International Journal of Politic and Security, Vol 4, Iss 1, Pp 143-169 (2022)

Abstract:Sometimes it has been witnesses the allegation of state-sponsored terrorism against Pakistan because the claim of state authority has lost its relative autonomy in controlling the terrorist organizations. Therefore this essay intends to examine the c...

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Systematic Review on the Outcomes of Primary and Secondary Prevention Programs in the Field of Violent Radicalization

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal for Deradicalization, Vol Spring, Iss 30, Pp 117-168 (2022)

Abstract:Since 2001, attacks attributed to extremist movements or “lone actors” have intensified and spread around the world, prompting governments to invest significant sums of money into preventing violent radicalization. Nonetheless, knowledge regarding best...

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Olivier Roy and the “Islamization of Radicalism”: Overview and Critique of a Theory of Western Jihadist Radicalization

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal for Deradicalization, Vol Spring, Iss 30, Pp 81-116 (2022)

Abstract:Olivier Roy’s argues that the radicalization of Western jihadists is about the “Islamization of radicalism” and not the “radicalization of Islam.” This argument has exerted a strong influence on terrorism studies, yet received little systematic scrutin...

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Evaluating an Interactive Film on the Prevention of Political Radicalization

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal for Deradicalization, Vol Spring, Iss 30, Pp 169-222 (2022)

Abstract:The functionality of social media permits (and maybe fosters) an increase in political radicalization, which causes immense social harm. In response, authorities have started using social media for prevention but empirical evidence on the effectiveness...

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De-recidivism, not de-radicalisation: Understanding the cognitive ‎process among de-radicalised Indonesian terrorist returnees

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Cogent Social Sciences, Vol 8, Iss 1 (2022)

Abstract:Against the looming public scepticism towards de-radicalisation, this paper argues for the reform of de-radicalisation programme from an effort to change terrorist’s worldview toward one that focuses on preventing terrorist recidivism. It contends that...

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