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Why people radicalize : how unfairness judgments are used to fuel radical beliefs, extremist behaviors, and terrorism

Author: Kees van den (Cornelis) Bos
Publisher: New York, NY, : Oxford University Press, [2018]. ©2018.
Series: Perspectives on justice and morality.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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'Why People Radicalize' provides an in-depth analysis of how perceptions of unfairness can lead individuals and groups to develop radical convictions and sympathy for extremism and terrorism. Accessible for scientists, professionals, and practitioners, the text explains how uncertainty and insufficient self-corrections influence this process.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kees van den (Cornelis) Bos
ISBN: 0190657340 9780190657345
OCLC Number: 1037807331
Description: ix, 378 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part one. Introducing radicalization --
A framework for understanding radicalization --
Instances of radicalization, extremism, and terrorism --
A review of radicalization theories --
Part two. Key antecedents of radicalization --
Perceiving unfairness --
Uncertainty and other threats --
Self-interest and insufficient corrections --
Part three. Core components of radicalization --
Rigidity of thoughts --
Hot-cognitive defense of worldviews --
Violent rejection of law and democratic principles --
Part four. Conclusions and reflections --
Conclusions and limitations: what do we learn? --
Practical implications: what can we do? --
Discussion: what is next?
Series Title: Perspectives on justice and morality.
Responsibility: Kees van den Bos.

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Succeeds splendidly in identifying what we can learn from the very large cluster of theoretical and empirical studies that seek to comprehend radicalisation as an escalation process. Van den Bos has Read more...

 
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