Radicalisation Engagement

Matthew Johnson, Simon Mabon, Tim Smith, Rosie Mutton, Roger Appleton

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Abstract

Radicalisation is one of the most significant threats to face young people today. While many assume that only disadvantaged members of ethnic minorities are at risk, the evidence suggests that people from all backgrounds can be drawn to violent extremist movements. This research in a box contains teaching resources developed as part of Lancaster University’s Politics and International Relations programme of outreach and the work of The Richardson Institute, Britain’s oldest Peace and Conflict research centre. It uses the case of conflict involving ISIS in the Middle East to enable students to engage with the international issue of radicalisation, before considering local responses to extremism in a range of contexts. The ‘box’ contains a series of electronic resources, including PowerPoint decks with embedded videos
and PDF guides intended to enable teachers to run a university-style three week module on the subject. The materials are reliable, coherent resources which support active learning activities, including a role paly, capable of introducing students to core issues of relevance in studies of radicalisation. The materials are hosted on Lancaster University’s designated Radicalisation Engagement Open
Learning site: https://openlearning.lancs.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=165
Original languageEnglish
TypeOnline teaching resource
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2016
Externally publishedYes

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