A guide to accessing journal articles for those without access to university libraries People working outside academia will sometimes want to read full-text journal articles, but unless they are associated[…]
In addition to the broad range of high quality academic research available on the site we also provide introductory guides to some of the core issues. These accessible guides explain the key arguments and topics and also suggest further reading. Please use the form on the Contact Us page if you would like further information, or to suggest a topic to be included.
This is a short glossary to terms and phrases frequently found in Islamist extremist material. These terms are not used exclusively by Islamists and their use is not an indicator[…]
This guide introduces Pegida UK, how it is linked to the wider right wing spectrum of movements and the issues it is seeking to highlight. Speaking at a press event[…]
Schools are increasingly seen as being on the front-lines of the battle to prevent extremism. Their duty to prevent extremism has now been enshrined in law in Section 26 of[…]
There are many theories of radicalisation as well as those scholars who argue that radicalisation in itself is a flawed concept. The Holy Grail of radicalisation theories would look like a[…]
Finding Research If you would like to find research on the site, either use the search bar or the ‘Research‘ tab. This section is divided into a number of categories[…]
Welcome to RR Welcome to RadicalisationResearch.org. The site has just been updated, we hope you like the new format, but please point out any errors you spot whilst exploring. There[…]