Radicalization processes are complex phenomena that are often influenced by various individual and political factors. Radicalization can be researched from different perspectives:


Criminology looks at the process of radicalization from a perspective that focuses on possible individual, structural and social causes of criminal behavior. Some criminological approaches used to explain radicalization processes are rational choice theory, strain theory and the concept of social construction. These theories also provide a basis for the development of prevention strategies.

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