Threatened identities

Criminology and victimology / Terrorist group

Threatened identities

the interaction between anti-Islam movements and radical Islam (full text only available in Dutch)

Summary

The following questions were crucial in the research: What is the interaction between the anti-Islam field and radical Islam field like in the four countries studied? To what extent does this interaction lead to polarisation and radicalisation of attitudes and action repertoires? Can escalation be detected? Which mitigation measures do governments in the countries studied take, and which lessons can be drawn for the Netherlands?

Publication data

Author(s):
Klandermans, B., Stekelenburg, J. van, Duijndam, C., Honari, A., Muis, J., Slootman, M., Welschen, S., Klein, O., Mahieu, G.
Organization(s):
Vrije Universiteit - Faculty of Social Sciences, WODC
Place of publication:
Amsterdam
Publisher:
Vrije Universiteit - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year of publication:
2016

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Address:
Vrije Universiteit, Faculteit Sociale wetenschappen
Contact:
Jan Kleinnijenhuis
Phone:
020-5986854
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j.kleinnijenhuis@vu.nl