Multi-faceted approach to radicalization in terrorist organizations [electronic resource] / edited by Ihsan Bal, Suleyman Ozeren and Mehmet Alper Sozer.
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- Amsterdam ; Washington D.C. : IOS Press, c2011.
- Conference Name:
- NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Developing Prevention Strategies and Tactics in Countering Radicalization
- NATO science for peace and security series. Human and societal dynamics ; E, v. 87.
NATO science for peace and security series. E, Human and societal dynamics, 1874-6276 ; v. 87
1 online resource (232 p.)
Terrorism -- Prevention.
- Electronic books.
- Terrorism, and the radicalization of terrorists in particular, has become a focus for academics and practitioners in recent years. However, the concept of radicalization has a variety of definitions and this is due in part to its relationship to other concepts with no clearly agreed definition, such as terrorism. Clarifying the intellectual background is important if the various trends in radicalization are to be properly understood. A clear picture of such trends is essential for the analysis of the radicalization process which will enable law enforcement agencies, academics and policymakers
- Introduction : why a multi-faceted approach to radicalization?
pt. 1. Conceptual framework and radicalization : trends and case studies
pt. 2. Macro and micro level analysis in countering radicalization
pt. 3. Nexus between financing mafia-type organized crime and terrorism
pt. 4. Weapon and target selection patterns of terrorists.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
- Bal, İhsan.
Sozer, Mehmet Alper.
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