Radicalised individuals assignment

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Assignment requirements

Please note and comply with these requirements.

In this assignment, there is a need to:

*Show competence in communicating ideas in written form about security studies.

*Demonstrate competence in academic writing (political science and security studies).

*The max word limit is 1,000 words. Please do not write any lesser then 1,000 or more then 1,100 words

*Structure your answers in an essay format

*Providing proper in-text citations (APA Style) and complete referencing

*Strictly follow APA formatting and in particular for: in-text citations and end-of-report references

Question Pointers

Please highlight the following pointers in the answer:

·Evaluate if the radicalised individuals are just mindless sponges that absorb whatever

·Or are they innocent individuals whom went online and just came across something online and was radicalised

·Include pointer on radicalisation

·Look at other countries like Malaysia & Indonesia

·Highlight why or how they get radicalised

·What are the programmes for de-radicalisation, like rehabilitation

·Start question with an intro and end question with a conclusion

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Assignment requirements Please note and comply with these requirements. • • • • • In this assignment, there is a need to o Show competence in communicating ideas in written form about security studies. o Demonstrate competence in academic writing (political science and security studies). The max word limit is 1,000 words. Please do not write any lesser then 1,000 or more then 1,100 words Structure your answers in an essay format Providing proper in-text citations (APA Style) and complete referencing Strictly follow APA formatting and in particular for: in-text citations and end-of-report references Question ‘To date, only a quarter of the self-radicalised individuals caught since 2007 have been released. In comparison, close to 90 per cent of former Jemaah Islamiyah members who were detained have been rehabilitated and reintegrated into society, said Mr Shanmugam. He noted the lower success rate with self-radicalised individuals, given the more “complex and psychological issues” to tackle. “They hold on to their beliefs, (and) have a very limited understanding of Islam and absorb whatever they see on the Internet,” he said. “We are still trying to develop the right tools to deal with them and help them understand where they have gone wrong”.’ – Today Online, 13 March 2018 Evaluate if radicalised individuals are just mindless sponges that absorb whatever they see online. Please highlight the following pointers in the answer: • • • • • • • Evaluate if the radicalised individuals are just mindless sponges that absorb whatever Or are they innocent individuals whom went online and just came across something online and was radicalised Include pointer on radicalisation Look at other countries like Malaysia & Indonesia Highlight why or how they get radicalised What are the programmes for de-radicalisation, like rehabilitation Start question with an intro and end question with a conclusion ...
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School: Cornell University

Attached.

Name
Institution
Date
Professor
Understanding Radicalization
I.

Paragraph 1
a. Introduction
b. Contents of the essay.

II.

Paragraph 2-3: Evaluation of whether the radicalized individuals are mindless
sponges that absorb whatever or they are innocent individuals.

III.

Paragraph 4: Pointers on radicalization
a.

Behavioral change
i.

Spending a lot of time on the internet

ii.

Isolating themselves from family and friends

iii.

Unwilling to share or discuss their views

iv.

Their anger levels increase

v.

Become more secretive

b.

Strong dissatisfaction on institutions

c.

Believe that their norms, values, beliefs, and ideologies are more superior

IV.

Paragraph 5: Radicalization in countries such as Malaysia and Indonesia

V.

Paragraph 6: Reasons why people get radicalized

VI.

Paragraph 7: How people get radicalized

VII.

Paragraph 8: De-radicalization programs

VIII.

Conclusion: There are many de-radicalization programs such as rehabilitation that
governments use. However, these programs are not very useful, and therefore the best
approach to radicalization problem is preventing it.


Running head: UNDERSTANDING RADICALIZATION

Understanding Radicalization
Name
Institutional Affiliation
Date

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UNDERSTANDING RADICALIZATION

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Understanding Radicalization
Radicalization is a popular word in the world today especially when we talk of local,
national and international security. Radicalization is a word that is used alongside or
interchangeably with terrorism. We are living in a world where terrorism is becoming, and terror
groups are becoming more and more sophisticated. The terror groups are also increasing in sizes
through the recruitment and radicalization process. Like terrorism, there is no universally
accepted definition of radicalization. However, according to the Centre for the Prevention of
Radicalization Leading to Violence (CPRLV), radicalization is a "process whereby people
willingly adopt extremist belief systems in...

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