Homegrown Violent Extremism

  • ID: 2634263
  • Book
  • 142 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Homegrown Violent Extremism challenges how Americans think about terrorism, recruitment, and the homegrown threat. Security and public policy expert Erroll Southers examines post-9/11 homegrown violent extremism-what it is, the conditions enabling its existence, and approaches that can reduce the risk. The book contains essential information for communities, security practitioners, and policymakers on how violent extremists exploit vulnerabilities in their communities and offers approaches to put security theory into practice.

- Defines homegrown violent extremism (HVE) and its origins
- Enumerates the essential elements of a community-based approach to reducing HVE
- Explores leveraging related disciplines toward a profession of counterterrorism
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Introduction

1: Defining Homegrown Violent Extremism

2: Ideological Motivation

3: The Radicalization Pathway

4: Leveraging Disciplines Toward a Counterterrorism Profession

5: A Mosaic of Engagement

Conclusion
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Southers, Erroll
Erroll Southers is an internationally recognized counterterrorism and public safety expert. He was a presidential nominee to lead a federal homeland security agency, a governor's appointee to the California Office of Homeland Security, Chief of Homeland Security and Intelligence at LAX, and an FBI Special Agent. Southers is currently associate director of a national security research center at the University of Southern California, an adjunct professor, and a consultant to governments and firms around the world.
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