Radicalization

Research and workshops investigating the psychological, sociological, and ideological factors and processes by which individuals and groups become involved in violent extremism are part of this research area.

Related PUBLICATIONS about Radicalization

Linguistic and Narrative Trends Among Islamic State Videos and Magazines

Duped: Why Gender Stereotypes are Leading to Inadequate Deradicalization and Disengagement Strategies

Trajectories of Radicalized Females in Montreal

Meanwhile in Canada: anti-Muslim ordinary racism and the banalization of far-right ideology

Talking to Foreign Fighters: Socio-Economic Push versus Existential Pull Factors

Trying to Talk to Terrorists: Ethical and Methodological Challenges in Canada

Cheering on the Jihad: An Exploration of Women’s Participation in Online Pro-jihadist Networks

Assessment of the state of knowledge: Connections between research on the social psychology of the Internet and violent extremism

Traits de personnalité et terrorisme

Personality Traits and Terrorism

No Sandwiches Here: Representations of Women in Dabiq and Inspire Magazines

Perceptions of Muslim Faith, Ethno-Cultural Community-based and Student Organizations in Countering Domestic Terrorism in Canada

Can “Dangerous Speech” be Used in Explaining “Lone-Wolf” Terrorism?

Social Perspectives on National Security: A review of recent literature

The Process of Radicalization: Right-Wing Skinheads in Quebec

(Mis)Understanding Muslim Converts in Canada: A Critical Discussion of Muslim Converts in the Contexts of Security and Society

Les théories des mouvements sociaux et la dialectique des niveaux: un cadre d’analyse pour l’étude des évolutions d’Al-Qaïda au Maghreb islamique

Les Dimensions Émotionnelles du Terrorisme

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