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2018, vol. 10, br. 10, str. 363-386
Deradikalizacija terorista - pregled relevantne literature
Ministarstvo unutrašnjih poslova Republike Srbije, Policijska uprava, Šabac

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U ovom preglednom radu će se prezentovati dosadašnja naučna saznanja i kritički osvrti na temu rada, kao i pristupi, metode i tehnike u procesu deradikalizacije terorista. Polazeći od velikog broja naučnih istraživanja u kojima se ispituje radikalizacija i deradikalizacija, sproveden je pregled literature sa ciljem da se pruži naučna deskripcija postojećih teorijskih saznanja i metodoloških procedura. S obzirom na značaj pregleda literature u koncipiranju i dizajniranju kvalitativnih istraživanja, u radu se teži osvetliti i pojasniti značajna teorijska saznanja, primenjeni metodološki okviri, relevantni nalazi, ograničenja istraživanja i preporuke za sprovođenje budućih istraživanja u vezi sa deradikalizacijom terorista i prevenciji terorizma.
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DOI: 10.5937/gfkm1810363K
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