Predicting family terror networks
Dean C Alexander provides a six-stage model for spotting the signs of potential terrorist attackers
The purpose of a model to predict family terror networks is to aid the government, private sector, nonprofits, non-governmental organisations and the public to anticipate and understand possible kin-linked extremism. The model posits that family networks and relationships are highly impactful on terrorist participation. By understanding the influences of families in the creation of terrorists, anticipating the likelihood of participation in terrorism is enhanced. Such an appreciation can contribute to incapacitating future terrorists.
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