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Radicalization in Theory and Practice. Understanding Religious Violence in Western Europe

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"Radicalization in Theory and Practice" identifies the mechanisms that explicitly link radical religious beliefs and radical actions. It describes its nature, singles out the mechanisms that enable radicalism to produce its effects, and develops a conceptual architecture to help scholars and policy-makers to address and evaluate radicalism—or what often passes as such. A variety of empirical chapters fed by first-hand data probe the relevance of theoretical perspectives that shape radicalization studies. By giving a prominent role to first-hand empirical investigations, the authors create a new framework of analysis from the ground up. This book enhances the quality of theorizing in this area, consolidates the quality of methodological enquiries, and articulates security studies insights with broader theoretical debates in different fields including sociology, social psychology, economics, and religious studies.
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hal-03890664 , version 1 (12-12-2022)

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Thierry Balzacq, Elyamine Settoul (Dir.). Radicalization in Theory and Practice. Understanding Religious Violence in Western Europe. University of Michigan Press, 296 p., 2022, 978-0-472-90283-5. ⟨10.3998/mpub.12202059⟩. ⟨hal-03890664⟩
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