Trump has created an image of himself as the strong man, who will rebuild American values and fight for the forgotten women and men. That he is true to this message is part of his strength, says Sigrun Marie Moss, a researcher who specialises in political psychology.
Despite increased information and knowledge, racism is still alive and kicking around the world. New research suggests racism could be a genetic trait.
Cathrine Thorleifsson, who is conducting research on the far right at the Centre for Research on Extremism (C-REX) believes that old hatreds could resurface during the coronavirus pandemic.
‘We move the world’: the mobile labor of Filipino seafarers
In this article Johanna Markkula explores how narratives about Filipino seafarers mobile labour shapes Filipino seafarers everyday experiences onboard ships today.
Characterizing and Assessing Temporal Heterogeneity: Introducing a Change Point Framework, with Applications on the Study of Democratization
By Gudmund Horn Hermansen, Carl Henrik Knutsen and Håvard Mokleiv Nygård
Editorial: Special Issue on Gender and the Far Right
C-REX scholars Katrine Fangen and Inger Skjelsbæk have co-edited a special issue on gender and the far right in Politics, Religion and Ideology.
Hopes and misguided expectations: How policy documents frame gender in terrorism and violent extremism prevention efforts
C-REX scholar Inger Skjelsbæk has published an article together with Julie Marie Hansen (PRIO) and Jenny Lorentzen (PRIO), on the framing of gender in extremism and terrorism policy documents. In the article, they critically analyse policies aimed at preventing and countering violent extremism, to better understand how the intersection between gender and violent extremism is conceptualized in them.