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Mobilization to Violence (Terrorism) Research : key findings.

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Public Safety Canada Library



Alternate Title

Recherche sur la mobilisation à la violence (terrorisme) : principaux résultats.




Includes bibliographic references


1 online resource (11 pages)


Issued also in French under title: Recherche sur la mobilisation à la violence (terrorisme) : principaux résultats.


In this document, the Service will outline selected findings fromresearch it has conducted over the past three years. The purposeof this document is not to answer questions such as what are thecauses of terrorism and radicalization and how these phenomena canbe prevented. Although these questions are important, this documentis intended as an analysis of the process of mobilization to terroristactivity. It explores not why a person becomes radicalized, but ratherhow the person mobilizes to engage in terrorism.


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PREFACE -- INTRODUCTION -- 1. The Differences between Radicalization and Mobilization to Violence -- 2. Mobilization to Violence (Terrorism) Research -- 3. Canadian Mobilization Trends -- 3.1. Speed of Mobilization to Violence -- 3.2. Youth, Female and Group Mobilization -- 3.3. Obstacles and Fluidity of Pathways -- 3.4. Impact of Criminality on Mobilization and Violence -- 3.5. Bystanders and Mobilization to Violence -- 4. limitations of the Research into Mobilization to Violence -- CONCLUSION


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