, Volume 86, Number 4

Jonathan Githens- Mazer & Robert Lambert

Politicians, the media, and some academics are getting it wrong about radicalization. Relying on simple narratives to explain how an individual departs from point a ('a good Muslim boy') to point b ('a suicide bomber'), too many recent contributions to academia rely on assumptions and 'conventional wisdom' rather than testable and falsifiable empirical research and methods.

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