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Forskning på forebygging av radikalisering og voldelig ekstremisme: En kunnskapsstatus. (Norwegian research on the prevention of radicalisation and violent extremism: A status of knowledge)

@inproceedings{Bjrgo2015ForskningPF,
  title={Forskning p{\aa} forebygging av radikalisering og voldelig ekstremisme: En kunnskapsstatus. (Norwegian research on the prevention of radicalisation and violent extremism: A status of knowledge)},
  author={Tore Bj{\o}rgo and Ingvild Magn{\ae}s Gjelsvik},
  year={2015}
}
Engelsk sammendrag: This report provides an overview of Norwegian research on radicalisation and violent extremism, with an emphasis on knowledge about processes leading towards radicalization, extremism and terrorism, and how such processes can be prevented and countered. The main objective has been to identify the studies which can provide the most relevant knowledge to those whose task it is to prevent radicalization and violent extremism. This summary will address research on right-wing… Expand
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