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MENTORING AND DOMESTIC RADICALIZATION

@inproceedings{Alem2017MENTORINGAD,
  title={MENTORING AND DOMESTIC RADICALIZATION},
  author={Fasika Alem},
  year={2017}
}
Research directly addressing mentoring as it relates to domestic radicalization among youth is extremely limited in amount (nine studies) and scope (e.g., carried out primarily in non-U.S. contexts) and as a whole is lacking in methodological rigor (e.g., no well-controlled studies of program effectiveness). As such, available evidence is largely insufficient for answering any of the above A Program of NATIONAL 
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