Deradicalization : A Review of the Literature with Comparison to Findings in the Literatures on Deganging and Deprogramming Project

@inproceedings{Morris2010DeradicalizationA,
  title={Deradicalization : A Review of the Literature with Comparison to Findings in the Literatures on Deganging and Deprogramming Project},
  author={Madeline A Morris},
  year={2010}
}
This research brief reviews the literature on deradicalization and evaluates the methodology of deradicalization programs, based on the research identifying individual motivations for entering and exiting terrorist organizations, providing comparison with relevant findings in the literatures on " deprogramming " of cult members and " deganging. " Since 2002, " deradicalization " programs, which seek to induce the disengagement of suspected terrorists from terrorist activities, have been… CONTINUE READING

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