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Recognizing the violent extremist ideology of ‘Incels’ Shannon Zimmerman, Luisa Ryan and David Duriesmith

By: Zimmerman, Shannon.
Contributor(s): Ryan, Luisa | Duriesmith, David.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: WIIS Policybrief.Publisher: Washington, DC : Women in International Security, 2018Description: electronic document (5 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | GUNS | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MISOGYNY | PREVENTION | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | TERRORISM | VIOLENCEOnline resources: Click here to access online WIIS Policybrief, September 2018Summary: In this paper the authors discuss the links between 'Incels', the ideology of violent white supremacy, violence against women and misogyny. Extremist ideologies advocating violence of any kind are a domestic security concern. Holistically addressing these ideologies and the environments in which they thrive is an effective approach to preventing both large and small scale violence targeted at specific groups, be those groups identified by race, religion, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, or other. (Authors' concluding comment). Record #6205
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WIIS Policybrief, September 2018

In this paper the authors discuss the links between 'Incels', the ideology of violent white supremacy, violence against women and misogyny.

Extremist ideologies advocating violence of any kind are a domestic security concern. Holistically addressing these ideologies and the environments in which they thrive is an effective approach to preventing both large and small scale violence targeted at specific groups, be those groups identified by race, religion, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, or other. (Authors' concluding comment). Record #6205