This study questions whether the perspectives of security and intelligence serve educators well enough in the early stages of radicalisation. Assigned to signal deviant behaviour, educators are unwittingly drawn into a villain-victim imagery of their students. This imagery seems to impede a genuine educational outlook on radicalisation. Key notions of this outlook may be ‘critically addressing ideals’ and ‘forming pedagogical coalitions’.
- Journal : British Journal of Educational Studies
- Author : Stijn Sieckelinck, Femke Kaulingfreks & Micha De Winter
- Date : 2015
- Volume : 63 (3)
- Pages : 329-343