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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Employing a theoretical framework based on the concept of identity loss, this book seeks to understand why increased integration has stimulated greater radicalization among the Muslim populations in Western Europe. Through extensive field research in four European countries the UK, the Netherlands, Germany and France the authors investigate three key questions: 1) Why are 2nd and 3rd generations of Muslims in Europe more radical than their parents?; 2) Why does Europe experience more "home-grown terrorism" today than thirty or forty years ago?; 3) Why do some European countries feature more radical Muslim communities than others? The book reveals that these three puzzling questions can be solved when analyzing the loss of individuality if the face of integration and identification with European society. While Individualist and structural approaches fail to explain radicalization of Muslims in Europe, this study, by framing radicalization through coupling the public discourse with identity loss, provides a much needed insight into the process of radicalization. Explaining radicalization and gaining an understanding of the drivers of radicalization is crucial to prevent and mitigate intercultural alienation, to further develop immigration policies, redress integration failures as well as to avoid dangerous oversimplifications. This book contributes not only to understanding why greater integration is matched by increasing radicalization, but its insights also contribute to developing ideas about how radicalization can be prevented or overcome and integration policies can be enhanced. This book will be of much interest to students of terrorism and counter-terrorism, radical Islam, war and conflict studies, European politics, IR and security studies.". Codice inventario libreria

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Employing a theoretical framework based on the concept of identity loss, this book seeks to understand the puzzle of why increased integration has brought more radicalization among the Muslim populations in western Europe.

Why are 2nd and 3rd generations of Muslims in Europe more radical than their parents? Why does Europe experience more ?home-grown terrorism? today than thirty or forty years ago? And why do some European countries feature more radical Muslim communities than others?  Field research by the authors of this book reveals that this puzzle can be solved when analyzing the ifferent ways in which the public European discourse contributes to a loss of individuality and the resulting subordination of the individual under one collective identity. The more an individual is integrated and hence identifies with European society, the more loss of identification occurs. Individualist as well as structural approaches fail to explain radicalization of Muslims in Europe. In turn, framing radicalization through coupling the public discourse with identity loss provides insight into the process of radicalization rather than describing the end result of a radical European Muslim.
This book is based on field research in four European countries: the UK, the Netherlands, Germany and France. Investigating the subject from an insider?s perspective facilitated the gaining of insights into issues of vital importance to identity formation and loss. Informal interviewing helped to create an open interview atmosphere. Generating empirical puzzles through a comparative approach enabled scientific distance to be maintained. Explaining radicalisation remains as important as it remains puzzling. Developing an understanding of the drivers of radicalization is crucial to prevent and mitigate intercultural alienation, to further develop immigration policies, redress integration failures as well as to avoid dangerous oversimplifications. This book contributes not only to understanding why more integration comes along with more radicalization, but its insights also contribute to developing ideas about how radicalization can be prevented or overcome and integration policies can be enhanced.

This book will be of much interest to students of terrorism and counter-terrorism, radical Islam, war and conflict studies, European politics, IR and security studies.

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Employing a theoretical framework based on the concept of identity loss, this book seeks to understand why increased integration has stimulated greater radicalization among the Muslim populations in Western Europe.

Through extensive field research in four European countries ? the UK, the Netherlands, Germany and France ? the authors investigate three key questions: 1) Why are 2nd and 3rd generations of Muslims in Europe more radical than their parents?; 2) Why does Europe experience more "home-grown terrorism" today than thirty or forty years ago?; 3) Why do some European countries feature more radical Muslim communities than others? The book reveals that these three puzzling questions can be solved when analyzing the loss of individuality if the face of integration and identification with European society.

While Individualist and structural approaches fail to explain radicalization of Muslims in Europe, this study, by framing radicalization through coupling the public discourse with identity loss, provides a much needed insight into the process of radicalization. Explaining radicalization and gaining an understanding of the drivers of radicalization is crucial to prevent and mitigate intercultural alienation, to further develop immigration policies, redress integration failures as well as to avoid dangerous oversimplifications. This book contributes not only to understanding why greater integration is matched by increasing radicalization, but its insights also contribute to developing ideas about how radicalization can be prevented or overcome and integration policies can be enhanced.

This book will be of much interest to students of terrorism and counter-terrorism, radical Islam, war and conflict studies, European politics, IR and security studies.

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