Kin and Peer Contexts, Ideological Transmission and the Move to Extremist Involvement

Kin and Peer Contexts, Ideological Transmission and the Move to Extremist Involvement
Kin and Peer Contexts, Ideological Transmission and the Move to Extremist Involvement
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Kin and Peer Contexts, Ideological Transmission and the Move to Extremist Involvement by CREST Doctoral Researcher Simon Copeland.

Simon’s poster presents his research on the roles and impacts of kin and peer networks in the transmission of extremist ideologies and individuals’ engagement in terrorism and extremism.

It was first displayed at the annual CREST conference 2017.

You can download the poster as a PDF here.


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