Routledge Handbook of Radicalisation and Countering Radicalisation

Joel Busher (Editor), Leena Malkki (Editor), Sarah Marsden (Editor)

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Abstract

This handbook provides a theoretical and methodological exploration of the research on radicalisation and counter-radicalisation, one of the most influential concepts in Security Studies, International Relations, and Peace and Conflict Studies.

Sitting at the heart of high profile research and policy agendas on preventing and countering violent extremism (P/CVE), radicalisation as a concept has transformed the way researchers, policymakers, and societies think about how to counter terrorism and political violence. Deliberations about radicalisation and countering radicalisation have become further embedded as efforts to prevent and counter violent extremism have been ‘mainstreamed’ into other areas of public policy and practice, such as education, gender relations, health, peacebuilding, aid and development. Theoretically and methodologically pluralistic, this handbook addresses radicalisation and countering radicalisation as they relate to a wide range of groups and milieus articulating diverse ideological positions, drawing together insight and experience from multiple geographic and institutional settings, integrating global perspectives and including scholarship focused on a range of policy fields.

This book will be an essential reference point for anybody working on radicalisation or countering radicalisation, or on terrorism and political violence more broadly. The insight that it provides will be relevant both for academics and for members of relevant policy and practitioner communities.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRoutledge
Number of pages592
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)9781003035848
ISBN (Print)9780367476847
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 28 Nov 2023

Themes

  • Security and Resilience
  • Social Movements and Contentious Politics

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