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- 1Amarnath Amarasingam
- 1Antoine Bilodeau
- 1Aurélie Campana
- 1Christian Leuprecht
- 1Craig Forcese
- 1Daniel Hiebert
This dissertation interrogates the concept of ‘leaderless resistance.’ Traditionally defined as a strategy that allows for and encourages individuals or small cells to carry out acts of violence or sabotage entirely independent of any hierarchy of leadership or network of support, leaderless...
Invited PG (stage 2) awarded 2015: The objective of the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS) is to develop the sound empirical data and theoretical insights needed to support effective, legally responsible, and socially engaged counter-terrorism policies and...
Unlocking Radicalization: Correctional Officers, Risk Perception, and Ideological Extremism in Albertan PrisonsDownload
A wide range of sources have framed radicalization into violent extremism as a serious risk to prisons in Europe and North America. Some view prisons as a primary recruiting ground for groups like ISIS. I investigated whether this was accurate in Alberta by conducting semi-structured interviews...