Gangs vs. Extremists: Solutions for Gangs May Not Work Against Extremism
With NIJ support, the University of Maryland's National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism analyzed demographic traits of gang members and domestic extremists and differences between the groups to find better solutions to violent extremism. The research also examined distinguishing factors of the groups such as comparative strength of community, family connections and reliance on social media.
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