SOCIAL CONTEXT OF RADICALIZATION

Authors

  • Boro Merdović Министарство унутрашњих послова Републике Србије
  • Dragan Živaljević Академија за националну безбедност Београд

Keywords:

radicalization, terrorism, deviant behaviors, social crises, social exclusion, marginalization

Abstract

The contemporary approach in explaining the deviant behaviors has its basis in the idea that structural factors dominantly define the risk od these occurrences, although the characteristics of each individual must also be taken into account. The structural charachteristics of most contemporary societies produce inequalities in the sphere of political, ethical and cultural rights, and above all in the sphere of economic opportunities, which results in massive feelings of deprivation of people, increasing insecurities and fear of losing life chances and social marginalization, as well as increased risk of radicalization. The main goals of this work are showing and analysis of social enviroment and structural characteristics, which favor the phenomena and strengthening of radicalization in society, as well as developing other deviant patterns of behavior. The importance of social crises, social exclusion, marginalization and poverty are ephasized, as macrosocial factors in genesis of radicalization. Also, attention is paid to the importance of family and education, as microsocial factors, which suffer from great reflections of general social envirnoment and have an important role in etiology of behavior disorders and many negative social phenomena and processes.

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2020-06-10

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Merdović, B., & Živaljević, D. (2020). SOCIAL CONTEXT OF RADICALIZATION. KULTURA POLISA, 17(42), 441–462. Retrieved from https://kpolisa.com/index.php/kp/article/view/184

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