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The Psychosocial Influence on Terrorism:

From Group Formation to Individual Radicalization Courses

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This block of instruction will introduce the student to terms and definitions that clarify the structure of a terrorist group and the mindset of a radicalized group member.  The course will prepare the student to understand the complexities of assessing potential threat from a radicalized individual(s)

Learning Objectives:

  •   Learner will understand the distinction between social movements and social movement groups.
  • Learner will understand the terms radicalization, fanaticism, and extremism as they relate to cognitive closure.
  •  Learner will understand two operational approaches when engaging a person who is cognitively closed as a radical, fanatic, or extremist to assess contextual threat. Type your paragraph here.