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Evidence-Based Work with Violent Extremists: International Implications of French Terrorist Attacks and Responses

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Using France as a case study, contributors from around the world explore the factors that create violent extremists, including criminogenic needs, violence-supportive cognition, religious beliefs, identity uncertainty or fusion, the quest for significance, and social and political influences. They present a multidisciplinary and evidenced-based analysis of how and why violent extremism has reappeared as a contemporary issue and provide theoretical and practical approaches to responding to and, when possible, intervening, using deradicalization programs, deterrent and preventive legislations, prison segregation, and permanent monitoring.
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hal-04355760 , version 1 (20-12-2023)

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Martine Herzog-Evans, Massil Benbouriche (Dir.). Evidence-Based Work with Violent Extremists: International Implications of French Terrorist Attacks and Responses. Lexington Books - An Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield, 430p., 2019, 978-1-4985-8166-0. ⟨hal-04355760⟩
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