4 edition of The radicalization of diasporas and terrorism found in the catalog.
The radicalization of diasporas and terrorism
|Statement||Bruce Hoffman ... [et al.]|
|Series||Conference proceedings (Rand Corporation)|
|Contributions||Hoffman, Bruce., Rand Corporation. National Security Research Division., Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule Zurich. Forschungsstelle fur Sicherheitspolitik.|
|LC Classifications||HV6433.E88 R33 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 41 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
Selected Literature on Radicalization and De-radicalization from Terrorism Monographs, Edited Volumes, Grey Literature and Prime (published since , compiled by Eric Price & . Throughout history, factors of radicalization have involved social and economic conditions and issues of identity. Patterns of Islamist radicalization in Europe reflect the historical experience of European Muslim communities, particularly their links to their home countries, the prevalence of militant groups there, and the extent to which factors of radicalization in Muslim countries /5(3).
The Center on Radicalization and International Terrorism focuses on the empirical analysis of violent and non-violent extremism in Europe and the world, with a particular emphasis on jihadist ideology. The Centre is also engaged in . The Radicalization of Diasporas and Terrorism same individuals, involved in the sequential stages of the radicalization process: alienation, susceptibility to indoctrination, re-education and deployment. Post-9/11, the United States, and to a lesser degree Canada, have gone to great lengths in expanding counter-terrorism which has included.
To interrupt the process of radicalization before it turns to violence and terrorism, we need to understand how ISIS’s violent radical narrative spreads and why it works. One effective prevention strategy has been to let young people hear criticism of ISIS from their former combatants, their families, and the victims of violent extremism. universally accepted” definition of terrorism, which is the following: terrorism is the use of violence to create fear (i.e., terror, psychic fear) for (1) political, (2) religious, or (3) ideo - logical reasons (ideologies are systems of belief derived from worldviews that frame.
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No part of this book may be reproduced in any form by any electronic or Radicalization, Terrorism, and Diasporas Doron Zimmermann, CSS Terrorism, Diasporas and the EU Response Paul Bagguley and Yasmin Hussain, Leeds University Non-Muslim Responses to File Size: KB.
The Radicalization of Diasporas and Terrorism: A Joint Conference by the RAND Corporation and the Center for Security Studies, ETH Zurich (Rand Corporation Conference Proceedings) [Hoffman, Bruce, Rosenau, William, Curiel, Andrew The radicalization of diasporas and terrorism book, Zimmermann, Doron] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Radicalization of Diasporas and Cited by: The Radicalization of Diasporas and Terrorism Book Description: Certain Diaspora communities, frustrated by a perceived war against the Muslim world, have turned against their adopted homelands, targeting the government and its people by supporting terrorist attacks against Western countries through recruitment, fundraising, and training.
The conference proceedings reported here are the result of a twoday conference on “Radicalization, Terrorism and Diasporas” cosponsored by the Center for Security Studies (CSS) at eth Zurich——Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland; and by the rand Corporation.
the conference was held on March in RAND’s Washington, D.C. The Radicalization of Diasporas and Terrorism A Joint Conference by the RAND Corporation and the Center for Security Studies, ETH Zurich by Bruce Hoffman Author William Rosenau Author.
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Curiel, Doron Zimmermann Approved for public release; distribution unlimited. Patterns of Islamist radicalization in Europe reflect the historical experience of European Muslim communities, particularly their links to their home countries, the prevalence of militant groups there, and the extent to which factors of radicalization in Muslim countries transfer to European Muslim by: Book Description ‘Radicalization’ has become one of the great buzzwords of our time.
A Google search for the concept produces more than 1, hits—less than ‘terrorism’ but equal to ‘political violence’ and ‘extremism’.
This may seem surprising, given that the term entered the academic vocabulary just ten years ago. Diasporas and Terrorism Historical ContextHistorically, the dispersion of the Jews outside Israel beginning with the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem in BC when they were exiled to Babylonia up to the present time, defined Diaspora.
In the wake of the Paris, San Bernadino, and Brussels terrorist attacks, fears over “homegrown terrorism” have surfaced to a degree not seen since Septem —especially following the news that all of the perpetrators in Paris were European citizens. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, 41 pages ; 28 cm.
Contents: Radicalization, Terrorism, and Diasporas / Bruce Hoffman --Terrorism, Diasporas and the EU Response / Doron Zimmermann --Non-Muslim Responses to the 7th July Bombing in London and the Muslim Diaspora in Britain and its Responses to the London Bombings of 7th.
The Radicalization of Diasporas and Terrorism by Professor Bruce Hoffman,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Professor Bruce Hoffman.
Eurojihad examines the sources of radicalization in Muslim communities in Europe and the responses of European governments and societies. In an effort to understand the scope and dynamics of Islamist extremism and terrorism in Europe, this book takes into account recent developments, in particular the emergence of Syria as a major destination.
The research will contribute to an empirical understanding of political radicalization of diasporas. Scholars have an abundance of hypotheses. Guilt leaving compatriots behind, alienation in their host setting, frustrated socio-economic aspirations, and theological or nationalist ideologies may each contribute to radicalization.
Radicalization (or radicalisation) is a process by which an individual or group comes to adopt increasingly radical political, social, or religious ideals and aspirations that reject or undermine the status quo or contemporary ideas and expressions of the nation.
The outcomes of radicalization are shaped by the ideas of the society at large; for example, radicalism can originate from a.
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This accessible book identifies twelve mechanisms of political radicalization that can move individuals, groups, and the masses to increased sympathy and support for political violence. Terrorism is an extreme form of radicalization, and the book describes pathways to terrorism to demonstrate the twelve mechanisms at work/5.
Throughout history, factors of radicalization have involved social and economic conditions and issues of identity. Patterns of Islamist radicalization in Europe reflect the historical experience of European Muslim communities, particularly their links to their home countries, the prevalence of militant groups there, and the extent to which factors of radicalization in Muslim countries 4/5(9).
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