What We Know and What Else We Need to Do to Address the Problem of Violent Extremism Online: Concluding Chapter

What We Know and What Else We Need to Do to Address the Problem of Violent Extremism Online: Concluding Chapter

Majeed Khader (Home Team Behavioural Sciences Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore)
Copyright: © 2016 |Pages: 10
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0156-5.ch024
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Abstract

This concluding chapter is an attempt made to summarise and analyse the chapters provided by the various authors in this book. The analysis used in this chapter is based on a public health prevention model created by Quick, Quick, Nelson, and Hurrell (1997). The value of this approach is the systemic prevention angle that it undertakes to examine problems and solutions.
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Introduction

This concluding chapter is an attempt made to summarise and analyse the chapters provided by the various contributors of this book. The analysis used is based on a public health prevention model created by Quick, Quick, Nelson, and Hurrell (1997). The value of this approach is the systemic prevention angle that it undertakes to examine problems and solutions. This chapter will thus be structured in a manner that discusses the various book chapters in terms of their relevance for Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary prevention efforts in countering violent extremism, and will discuss these in terms of what is working and what is lacking.

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