The Family Context and It's Role in Making Jihadists: The Case of Jihadist Families in Indonesia
The role of families in producing terrorists is much debated among scholars and counter-terrorism officials. While many experts acknowledge that families are important to creating the conditions that lead to an individual's involvement violent extremism. This is especially so for those who are members of families that have a history of radicalism. But few scholars studied families where the parents have disengaged from jihadism or have never been jihadist or even devoutly religious. What is the...[Show more]
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