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A Constructivist-Process View of (De-)Radicalisation: A Person-Context Diagram

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A general schema by Guillem Feixas & David A. Winter, 2016
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A Constructivist-Process View of (De-)Radicalisation: A Person-Context Diagram

  1. 1. A Constructivist-ProcessView of (De-)Radicalisation: A Person-Context Diagram Guillem Feixas (UB) and David A. Winter (UH) January, 2016
  2. 2. Construing processes Turning points Situational factors Infancy Adolescence Crisis Conversion Engagement Disappoint- ment Disengagement The Person The Context Family/Personal Adversity Trauma/Neglect Social Rejection/ Isolation Dysfunctional family processes Perceived Grievance Humiliation Identification/ Identity Fusion Indoctrination Militancy: - support - terrorism - recruitment Cohesive Social Validation Massive Invalidation Uncertainty Identity/ Religious conflict Massive Invalidation Polarised & Undifferentiated Construct System Lack of Social Validation High construct Differentiation Unidimensional Construing Total Certainty Lack of Social Validation Social Validation Towards an Alternative Life Project Conflict with organization Enrolment in de-radi- calisation programs Escape/ Repatriation Contact with radicalised people & charismatic leaders (Internet, phone, etc) Familial-like bonds with organization members Disconnection from family & friends Feixas & Winter, 2016
  3. 3. All this happens in a broader context …. ✤ International political conflicts ✤ Religious confrontation between fundamentalisms (vs. respect, ecumenism) ✤ Social Marginalisation & Stigmatization (vs. social integration) ✤ Social Conflict & Economic inequalities (vs. socioeconomic justice) Feixas & Winter, 2016

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