By Matthew Francis, Lancaster University This week saw the convictions of two men at opposite ends of the process of radicalisation – one convicted for radicalising others, the other for[…]
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[…]
Publisher’s description This is the first book to address in depth the interplay between radicalisation and political violence in Europe, as well as the effectiveness of counter-measures. As evidenced from[…]
The article is a good example of the type of theory that seeks to explain how ‘normal’ people come to act in abnormal ways.
This article gives a typology of violent groups and provides a theoretical starting point for considering theories of radicalisation.
Written about terrorism, not radicalisation per se, this article is nevertheless helpful for thinking about causes of violent radicalisation.