1 April 2012
Mark Sedgwick, Professor of Arab and Islamic Studies at Aarhus University, is a leading academic expert on the subject of radicalisation. Listen to him talk about the problems associated with the term 'radicalisation':
For more information you can find other content by Professor Sedgwick on the site here, which includes his paper from the 7 March 2012 Westminster Faith Debate 'What have we learned about radicalisation?'
The podcast was recorded by Norman Winter for the AHRC/ESRC Religion and Society Programme and can be found here where it is also broken down into smaller sections.
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