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Investigating radicalization trends : case studies in Europe and Asia / Babak Akhgar, Douglas Wells, José María Blanco, editors.

Publication:
Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2020]
Series:
Security informatics and law enforcement.
Format/Description:
Book
xiv, 294 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm
Subjects:
Radicalization -- Europe.
Radicalization -- Asia.
Radicalization -- Prevention.
Internal security -- Europe.
Internal security -- Asia.
Summary:
This book provides a detailed insight into the complex dynamics of radicalization that are in play amongst contemporary society. The authors focus on understanding emerging trends and models that can be used to analyse and understand modern violent extremist and xenophobic discourse. The chapters cover multiple regions, providing a collective analysis of country-specific case studies for the formulation of best practices, recommendations and learning material. It is recommended that this book may serve as a compendium for practitioners, academics, teachers and students wishing to gain state-of-the art knowledge. Topics covered by the authors vary from hands-on practical information to tactical, operational, strategic and ethical guidance. This book provides a holistic, harmonized approach based upon European internal security strategies recognizing that internal security cannot be achieved in isolation from the rest of the world. Additionally, this material resonates with the EU?s commitment to fight extremism in a rational manner, alongside promoting human rights, democracy, peace and stability within the EU Member States. Presents a comprehensive understanding of the interconnectivities and trends behind emerging radicalisation patterns; Features newest conceptual and practical knowledge to monitor, analyse and respond to radicalization around the world; Provides a comprehensive view into the methodologies for analysis, through visualizations, case studies and applications.
Contents:
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Security and European Polarisation
Chapter 3. The Radicalisation-Factor Model (RFM): Proposing a Framework for the Systematic Investigation and Modelling of Online Radicalisation
Chapter 4. The So-Called 'Lone Wolf' Phenomenon
Chapter 5. Cyber Intelligence Against Radicalisation and Violent Extremism
Chapter 6. Testing for Reliability of the TARGET Threat Analysis Instrument (TTAI) An Interdisciplinary Instrument for the Analysis of School Shooting Threats
Chapter 7. Counter-Radicalisation Strategies: An Analysis of German and French Approaches and Implementations
Chapter 8. Radicalisation: No Prevention Without 'Juridicalisation'
Chapter 9. Countering Radicalisation in the United Kingdom: A Community-Based Approach
Chapter 10. Enhancing Community Resilience: Assessing the role that black, Asian and minority ethnic law enforcement (LEA) staff associations and networks can play in the fight against radicalisation
Chapter 11. The 'Choice to Challenge' Extreme Views in the Classroom? Counter-radicalisation and the Prevent Agenda in the University context
Chapter 12. Mothers' Agency as an Alternative to the War on Terror.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Akhgar, Babak, editor.
Wells, Douglas, editor.
Blanco, José M. (José María), editor.
ISBN:
3030254356
9783030254353
OCLC:
1104593391
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