This Research Note provides an overview of the main findings from a project on white supremacist pathways - or why some individuals join and leave white supremacist groups - with a specific focus on elucidating common themes, theoretical applications, main takeaways, and providing recommendations for academics and policy-makers. One key lesson is that identity is central to entry and exit pathways
Findings and implications from a project on white supremacist entry and exit pathways
DeMichele, M., McCann, W. S., Simi, P., & Blee, K. (2022). Findings and implications from a project on white supremacist entry and exit pathways. Perspectives on Terrorism, 16(5), 73-81. https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/binaries/content/assets/customsites/perspectives-on-terrorism/2022/issue-5/demichele1.pdf
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