Neo-liberal Governing of "Radicals": Danish Radicalization Prevention Policies and Potential Iatrogenic Effects

@article{Lindekilde2012NeoliberalGO,
  title={Neo-liberal Governing of "Radicals": Danish Radicalization Prevention Policies and Potential Iatrogenic Effects},
  author={Lasse Lindekilde},
  journal={International Journal of Conflict and Violence},
  year={2012},
  volume={6},
  pages={109-125}
}
  • Lasse Lindekilde
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of Conflict and Violence
The Danish government’s counter-radicalization Action Plan of 2009 had intended and unintended effects. Primarily targeting Danish Muslims, it employs neoliberal governmentality approaches of governance through individual support and response, information and knowledge, empowerment, surveillance and intervention, and anti-discrimination. It aims to prevent radicalization by transforming, shaping, and disciplining illiberal and violence-prone “radicals” into active, liberal citizens. Prolonged… Expand
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