Violent Radicalization

This project is led by our PhD student Tim Clancy. In a series of articles, Tim Clancy et al. examine root causes of violent radicalization, its profiles, contingencies and how to counter it.

Publications:
Clancy, T., B. Addison, O.V. Pavlov, and K. Saeed. “Contingencies of Violent Radicalization: The Terror Contagion Simulation.” Systems. 2021; 9(4): 90.

Clancy T., B. Addison, O.V. Pavlov, K. Saeed. “Countering Violent Radicalization: Comparing Antiterrorism, Counterterrorism and Counter Radicalization Strategies.” WPI Department of Social Science and Policy Studies Working Papers No. 2021-006

Clancy T., B. Addison, O.V. Pavlov, K. Saeed. “Profiles of Violent Radicalization: Challenging Key Premises on Root Causes Leading to Terrorism.” WPI Department of Social Science and Policy Studies Working Papers No. 2021-004

Clancy T., B. Addison, O.V. Pavlov, K. Saeed. “Root Causes of Violent Radicalization: Reconciling Fishermen v. Swarm Debate with a System Structure of a Terror Contagion.“WPI Department of Social Science and Policy Studies Working Papers No. 2021-005