Radicalization and Family Values. The Case of Muslim Youth among the Somali Community of Eastleigh, Nairobi, Kenya

Reginald Nalugala

Abstrakt


Radykalizacja a wartości rodzinne. Studium somalijskiej młodzieży muzułmańskiej w dzielnicy Eastleigh (Nairobi, Kenia)

W artykule jest analizowane zagadnienie procesu radykalizacji wśród młodzieży. Jak zauważa autor, radykalizacja nie może być utożsamiana z konkretną religią, ale jest problemem międzyreligijnym oraz międzynarodowym. Według niego zdarza się, że radykalizacja kieruje niechęć młodych przeciwko obcokrajowcom, co często jest wykorzystywane przez polityków lub inne siły do osiągnięcia własnych celów. Autor analizuje sposoby promowania tolerancji w wyżej opisanych przypadkach.


Słowa kluczowe


radykalizacja; wartości rodzinne; czynniki wpływające na procesy resocjalizacji

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18290/rt.2017.64.10-13

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