Society wk 8: radicalisation, extremism and inter-group conflict

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Criticisms for Moghadamms staircase
no evidence for movement between floors, not much linking the levels to collective action
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McCauley pyramid
Individual (personal victimisation), small group level (cohesion becoming more radical over time), mass level (aggressive action, death of a martyr)
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Wiktotowicz model
Cognitive opening (open to ideas that seemed crazy before), religious seeking, beliefs align with extremists so then joins one
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Sageman's 4 prongs
Moral outrage, worldview is framed in a negative way, personal issues framed around world, views are vaodated by social support
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common elements between models
Feeling one's group is unjustly treated, personal crisis related to identity
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Key differences
Some propose one at a time steps, some props parallel steps
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inter-group contact leading to terrorism
Competition for resources, group identification strength, social mobility and change
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McCauley pyramid

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Individual (personal victimisation), small group level (cohesion becoming more radical over time), mass level (aggressive action, death of a martyr)

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Wiktotowicz model

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Sageman's 4 prongs

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common elements between models

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