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Understanding right-wing extremism and political violence

Extremism
Political Violence
Political Activism
INN381
David Maher
University of Salford
Anna Kruglova
University of Salford

Building: A, Floor: 2/F, Room: SR4

Wednesday 09:00 - 10:45 (24/08/2022)


Abstract

This panel will consist of papers that investigate the links between right-wing extremism and political violence, broadly defined. The panel aims to attract papers that engage with a range of issues, including recruitment into extremist groups, the effects of social media on right-wing recruitment/extremism, the dynamics of right-wing extremism, radicalisation into extremist violence, de-radicalising right-wing extremists, etc. The panel is also open to exploring violent and non-violent extremism, as well as comparisons between right-wing and other types of extremist groups (e.g., Islamic, separatist, left-wing, etc). Finally, case studies will be welcomed on this panel.

Title Details
Constructing extremist identity – Analysis of the mechanisms of in-group and out-group formation in Incels.is forum View Paper Details
Global terrorism and local extremist violence View Paper Details
Visions of division: the temporal structure of far-right narratives on the future View Paper Details