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How do Migrants Turn Out to Be Extremists? Theoretical Models for a Sociological Analysis of Inclusion and Social Exclusion of Transnational Migrants in Everyday Life

Andrey V. Rezaev (), Pavel P. Lisitsyn () and Alexander M. Stepanov ()
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Andrey V. Rezaev: St Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
Pavel P. Lisitsyn: St Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
Alexander M. Stepanov: St Petersburg State University, Russian Federation

No 006AR, Working papers from Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies

Abstract: Current publications in professional literature often discuss terrorism and extremism in the system of coordinates developed by jurisprudence where the different phenomena are eclectically combined and grouped for analytical purposes. Charles Tilly in his works insisted that the terms terror, terrorism, and terrorist do not identify causally coherent and distinct social phenomena but rather strategies that recur across a wide variety of actors and political situations. This paper tries to depict basic theoretical models and methodological framework for doing field sociological inquiry on the hottest issue in current migration studies which is how the reality of social exclusion in everyday life turns immigrants to the practices of ideological extremism.

Keywords: : transnational migrants; extremism; everyday life; social inclusion and social exclusion of migrants (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 4 pages
Date: 2019-11
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Published in Proceedings of the 15th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, November 6-7, 2019, pages 48-51

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