Radicalization into Violent Extremism II: A Review of Conceptual Models and Empirical Research

@inproceedings{Borum2011RadicalizationIV,
  title={Radicalization into Violent Extremism II: A Review of Conceptual Models and Empirical Research},
  author={Randy Borum},
  year={2011}
}
Over the past decade, analysts have proposed several frameworks to explain the process of radicalization into violent extremism (RVE). These frameworks are based primarily on rational, conceptual models which are neither guided by theory nor derived from systematic research. This article reviews recent (post-9/11) conceptual models of the radicalization process and recent (post-9/11) empirical studies of RVE. It emphasizes the importance of distinguishing between ideological radicalization and… CONTINUE READING

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