Part I: Laying Down the Theoretical Grounds Chapter 1: A General Psycho-Criminological Understanding of Violent Extremism by Martine Herzog-Evans Chapter 2: What's criminology got to do with it? By Martine Herzog-Evans and Massil Benbouriche Chapter 3: Dynamical Threat Assessment: An Innovative Approach to Preventive Investigations of Violent Extremism and Terrorism by Jason Freeland, Jytte Klausen, and Caroline A. Page Chapter 4: Violence-Supportive Cognition and Implicit Theories in Aggressive and Violent Behaviors: Implications for Violent Extremism by Massil Benbouriche and Olivier Vanderstukken Chapter 5: A Focus on Identity and Identity Fusion by Sophie Berjot Chapter 6: A Significance Quest Framework of Radicalization and Deradicalizaton by David Webber Chapter 7: The Religious Dimensions of Extremism by Heather S. Gregg Part II: Situating the French context Chapter 8: Extremist Violence on French Soil in the Wake of the Charlie Hebdo Attacks and the New Lines of Public Action by Benjamin Ducol and Alex Wood Chapter 9: French Violent Extremists, Before and After Merah: Psychopathology by Martine Herzog-Evans Chapter 10: French Violent Extremists, Before and Since Merah: Criminogenic and Specific Needs by Martine Herzog-Evans Chapter 11: A Psycho-Criminological Study of French Terrorist Women since 2012 by Marie Perrier Part III: Reacting to Violent Extremism Chapter 12: The Legal Understanding of the Four Stages of the Radicalization to Terrorism Continuum: Issues of Public Safety and Civil Liberties in France by Martine Herzog-Evans, Jean-Philippe Vicentini and Vincent Dufourd Chapter 13: Incarcerating Terrorists in the West: From Segregation to Dispersal and Back Again by Mark S. Hamm Chapter 14: The Balance between Human Rights and Efficacy by Vanja Grujic Chapter 15: Developing and Implementing an EBP Program in the French Context by Martine Herzog-Evans Chapter 16: Good Practices: UK: Translating Identity Theory into Identity Informed Intervention by Christopher Dean Chapter 17: A Dutch Source of Inspiration: Violent Emotional States by Marije Keulen de Vos
Martine Herzog-Evans is professor of law and criminology at Reims University. Massil Benbouriche is associate professor of psychology and justice at the University of Lille.
Problem-oriented, evidence-based and theoretically-informed, this text sets a benchmark for our understanding of the treatment and management of violent extremism. Academics, practitioners and policy-makers alike will benefit greatly from this edited collection. -- Paul Gill, University College London