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Understanding and responding to causes of violent extremism

Deborah M. Price

Understanding and responding to causes of violent extremism

by Deborah M. Price

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Published by Nova Science Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social aspects,
  • Radicalism,
  • Terrorism,
  • Islam

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementeditors, Deborah M. Price and Joshua W. Morris
    SeriesTerrorism, hot spots and conflict-related issues, Defense, security, and strategy, Terrorism, hot spots and conflict-related issues, Defense, security and strategy series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6431 .U3467 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 275 p. ;
    Number of Pages275
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25042311M
    ISBN 101611229154
    ISBN 109781611229158
    LC Control Number2010044747
    OCLC/WorldCa678535813

    The Ecology of Violent Extremism brings together leading theorists and practitioners to describe an ecological or systems approach to violent extremism. Nothing can be fixed until it is understood. News media keep us alarmed to the close--‐up devastation of acts of : Lisa Schirch. bibliographies and other resources on root causes of terrorism (i.e., the spectrum of factors which trigger, catalyse, or sustain terrorist activities by individuals or groups). Although focusing on .

    Progress in understanding and responding to terrorism and violent extremism has continued to stall in part because we often fail to adequately conceptualize the problem. In his book Racist and Right-Wing Violence in Scandinavia, Tore Bjørgo argues that there are a range of "push" and "pull" factors that can lead to people exiting extremist organisations. Push.

      The Ecology of Violent Extremism brings together leading theorists and practitioners to describe an ecological or systems approach to violent extremism. Nothing can be fixed until it is understood. News media keep us alarmed to the close--‐up devastation of acts of book climbs a ladder to get a better view of the : LIsa Schirch. A consortium of researchers dedicated to improving the understanding of the human causes and consequences of terrorism. Terrorism and Violent Extremism. Terrorism and Violent Extremism. Book: Extremist Violence from the Fatherland to the Homeland: A Comparison of Far-right Homicide in Germany and the United States.


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Understanding and responding to causes of violent extremism by Deborah M. Price Download PDF EPUB FB2

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 27 cm. Contents: Limitations of "root causes" and "underlying conditions" explanations of violent extremim --Generic shortcomings of "underlying conditions" explanations --The "social and economic root causes" of violent extremism and terrorism: additional cautionary notes --Ideas, beliefs, identity and.

Understanding and responding to causes of violent extremism. New York: Nova Science Publishers, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Deborah M.

Guide to the Drivers of Violent Extremism United States Agency for International Development Development Assistance and Counter-Extremism: A Guide to Programming United States Agency for International Development Testimony of Maajid Nawaz, Director of The Quilliam Foundation, London, before the U.S.

Senate Committee on Homeland Security. Research on violent extremism and terrorism, from homegrown threats to foreign fighters, has adapted accordingly but has not always translated into policymaking. Extremism can be traced to no single cause, and yet governments and law-enforcement agencies continue to spend millions on prevention efforts.

Readers finish the book recognizing the debates within the very definition of violent extremism, and understanding a broader paradigm for how we understand and respond to. The best way to respond to violent extremism in general, and the radicalization of disaffected youth in particular, is far from clear, but the stakes are so high and the potential threat to countries worldwide so great that inaction is not an option.

Understanding Terrorism: Challenges, Perspectives, and Issues offers a multidisciplinary, comprehensive exploration of domestic and international terrorism that helps students develop the knowledge and skills needed to critically assess the expressions and underlying causes of terrorism. The Root Causes of Violent Extremism Introduction There are multiple ways to examine the root causes of violent extremism.

There is no single cause or pathway into radicalisation and violent extremism. There is a wide array of factors on the macro- meso- and micro-levels of analysis.

Terrorism research has indicated thatFile Size: KB. Transforming violent extremism recognizes that while violent extremism exists, the reasons and motivators leading to an individual being drawn to violent extremist movements can be transformed into a different type of agency or engagement.

working together to address violent extremism:a state fo yout-goenent patnesis 2 table of contents i. introduction 3 ii. research process and methods 4 iii. what do young people say leads to violent extremism.

4 iv. overarching challenges and opportunities for youth-government collaboration in p/cve 5. There must be public acknowledgements that violent extremism is not an Islamic phenomenon, and that the persecution of groups by other groups backed by ideological justification (religious or otherwise) has been going on throughout history (e.g., white supremacists, Nazism, slavery, neo-Nazis, Jewish extremists.

Many participants proposed that to better understand violent extremism, it is necessary to examine the shared characteristics of individuals who exhibit violent extremism. In this chapter, speakers discuss the origins of violent extremism and the challenges surrounding collecting empirical data about violent : Forum on Medical, Emergencies.

Violent extremism is an extension of radicalisation from a relatively benign expression of a viewpoint the use to of violence to achieve a 6particular goal. In short, radical individuals may hold hateful or anti-social ideas that many others might find offensive or disturbing.

A public service operating within a specific jurisdiction with a duty to main. tain public order and safety; protect individuals’ fundamental rights and. freedoms, particularly the right to life; prevent, detect and investigate crime; reduce fear; and provide assistance and services tothe public.

USIP’s approach to the problem of violent extremism is to investigate and advance a nuanced understanding of what drives violent extremism, locally and globally. USIP then develops and implements solutions that address root causes of this violence. Already it’s known, through empirical research, 1 that violent extremism is caused in large.

This collection of thoughtful and informed perspectives on the issue of violent extremism reminds us that the only viable solutions reside in understanding the broader context in which violent movements thrive.

The authors provide insights on key aspects of developing holistic and impactful approaches to 5/5(5). Description. This book explores the interface between terrorism and the internet and presents contemporary approaches to understanding violent extremism online. The volume focuses on four issues in particular: terrorist propaganda on the internet; radicalisation and the internet; counter campaigns and approaches to disrupting internet.

About Responding to the Threat of Violent Extremism. How should we understand home-grown terrorism like the 7/7 London bombings. This is a classic monograph focusing on recent British attempts to 'prevent violent extremism', their problems and limitations, and what lessons this can offer for more effective policy approaches in future.

The Ecology of Violent Extremism brings together leading theorists and practitioners to describe an ecological or systems approach to violent extremism.

Nothing can be fixed until it is understood. News media keep us alarmed to the close--‐ up devastation of acts of book climbs a ladder to get a better view of the problem.

Progress in understanding and responding to terrorism and violent extremism has continued to stall in part because we often fail to adequately conceptualize the : Daniel Koehler. What extremism is, how extremist ideologies are constructed, and why extremism can escalate into violence.

A rising tide of extremist movements threaten to destabilize civil societies around the globe. It has never been more important to understand extremism, yet the dictionary definition—a logical starting point in a search for understanding—tells us only that extremism is “the quality.This book is available as open access through the Bloomsbury Open Access programme and is available on should we understand home-grown terrorism like the 7/7 London bombings?

This is a classic monograph focusing on recent British attempts to 'prevent violent extremism', their problems and limitations, and what lessons this can offer for more effective policy.The Ecology of Violent Extremism brings together leading theorists and practitioners to describe an ecological or systems approach to violent extremism.

Nothing can be fixed until it is understood. News media keep us alarmed to the close--‐ up devastation of acts of book climbs a ladder to get a better view of the problem.5/5(5).