The Relationship Between Formal Education, Socialization and Violent Extremism
Johnson, Isaac D.
Gregg, Heather S.
Robinson, Glenn E.
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Education has a long history as a tool of social change, yet its purpose and methods have varied over time and between cultures. Today, considerable debate persists over the role of education in preventing violence extremism and which aspects of education are the most effective.
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