Religious radicalization and securitization in Canada and beyond /
edited by Paul Bramadat and Lorne Dawson.
Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2014.
xii, 332 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
1442614366 (Paper), 9781442614369 (Paper), 9781442646315 (Cloth)
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Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2014.
1442614366 (Paper)
9781442614369 (Paper)
9781442646315 (Cloth)
contents note
The public, the political, and the possible: religion and radicalization in Canada and beyond / Paul Bramadat -- Beating a path to salvation: themes in the reality of religious violence / Ian Reader -- Trying to make sense of home-grown terrorist radicalization: the case of the Toronto 18 / Lorne Dawson -- Pluralism and radicalization: mind the gap! / Valérie Amiraux and Javiera Araya-Moreno -- Securitization and young Muslim males: is none too many? / Peter Beyer -- The impact of securitization on South Asian Muslims in Montreal / Uzma Jamil -- The Sikhs in Canada: culture, religion, and radicalization / Doris R. Jakobsh -- Religion, politics, and Tamil militancy in Sri Lanka and the diaspora / Amarnath Amarasingam -- Religion, reporting, and radicalization: the role of news media in securitized discourses / Joyce Smith -- The cross-cultural roundtable on security as a response to radicalization: personal experiences and academic reflections / Edna Keeble -- Narratives, identity, and terrorism / Sean Norton and Afzal Upal -- Conclusion / Paul Bramadat and Lorne Dawson.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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