Hate in the Homeland: The New Global Far Right


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"Placing space and place at the center of its analysis enables Hate in the Homeland to focus on hate groups and far right extremism not only as static, organized movements but also as flows of youth who move in and out of the periphery and interstitial spaces of far right scenes, rather than only studying youth at the definable or fixed core of far right extremist movements. For many-perhaps even most-far right youth, Miller-Idriss argues that extremist engagement is characterized by a process of moving in and out of far ...

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