Who becomes a jihadist in Australia?

Andrew Zammit

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationARC Linkage Project on Radicalisation - Conference 2010: Understanding Terrorism from an Australian Perspective: Radicalisation, De-Radicalisation and Counter Radicalisation
EditorsGreg Barton, Pete Lentini, Simon Moss, Joe Ilardi
Place of Publicationhttp://www.arts.monash.edu.au/radicalisation/conferences-and-events/conference-2011/index.php
PublisherGlobal Terrorism Research Centre, Monash University
Pages1 - 21
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventGTReC ARC Linkage Project on Radicalisation Conference 2010: Understanding Terrorism from an Australian Perspective - Caulfield, Australia
Duration: 8 Nov 20118 Nov 2011
http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/radicalisation/conferences-and-events/conference-2011/index.php

Conference

ConferenceGTReC ARC Linkage Project on Radicalisation Conference 2010
CountryAustralia
CityCaulfield
Period8/11/118/11/11
OtherUnderstanding Terrorism from an Australian Perspective: Radicalisation, De-radicalisation and Counter Radicalisation
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Zammit, A. (2011). Who becomes a jihadist in Australia? In G. Barton, P. Lentini, S. Moss, & J. Ilardi (Eds.), ARC Linkage Project on Radicalisation - Conference 2010: Understanding Terrorism from an Australian Perspective: Radicalisation, De-Radicalisation and Counter Radicalisation (pp. 1 - 21). Global Terrorism Research Centre, Monash University.