Are prisons really schools for terrorism? Challenging the rhetoric on prison radicalisation
When governments justify the necessity to segregate and/or isolate terrorist inmates from mainstream prisoners, they commonly raise concerns about their prisons becoming schools for terrorism. Yet, these concerns are often based on limited information abo
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