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Questions:

1. What are the connections that were identified as facilitating the process of radicalization to violent extremism?
2. What are the potential risk factors and protective factors associated with radicalizing to violent extremism?
3. What are the program activities to stop radicalization to violent extremism by addressing risk factors and strengthening protective resources in the community?
4. Researchers emphasized that the process of radicalization to violent extremism generally involves what?
5. What are the associative risks within schools that can result in violence, including suicide or targeting others?
6. How do Violent extremists troll for youth?
7. What is the first defense to monitor internet usage, content, or violent propaganda alerting to possible extremist beliefs, contacts, or future intentions?
8. What is Concerning Behavior?

Answers:

A. Improving family ties to the community, developing alternative ideological narratives, fostering a more complex and nuanced understanding of religion, promoting nonviolent outlets for expressing grievances, and conducting intercultural training sessions for professionals who work with youth and communities.
B. Internet and Social Media.
C. Individual Factors, Risk Factor Experiencing indentiy conflict may result in an individual being drawn to a strong group identity that can resolve this conflict.
D. Guns, gangs, drugs, bullying, sexual harassment, and developmental issues.
E. Multiple facilitators and may vary by individual, group, type of belief system, and context.
F. Engaged families.
G. Social media or online forums, to spot, assess and recruit those who are vulnerable.
H.Behavior that comes to the attention of third parties (bystanders) that suggests a possible future intention, resulting from a statement or action that causes concern.


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