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Imagined Communities and the Radicalization of Second Generation Muslim Women in the United Kingdom

@inproceedings{Comeau2016ImaginedCA,
  title={Imagined Communities and the Radicalization of Second Generation Muslim Women in the United Kingdom},
  author={Kelsey Ann Comeau},
  year={2016}
}
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) concerns itself with the issue of its citizens becoming radicalized and joining extremist groups. Daesh is one such group that is able to attract people from varying backgrounds to commit violent acts of terror. Moreover, Daesh encourages those in the West to migrate to their controlled territory to participate in the ongoing conflict in Syria and Iraq. The group relies on women to participate in this migration so that they can marry… 

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