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EU: Ten doctoral candidate positions on radicalization

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DEADLINE: 1st January 2023

The European Union has decided to fund a European Doctoral Network within Marie Skłodowska-Curie called Coping with Varieties of Radicalization into Terrorism and Extremism (VORTEX). This doctoral network will within shortly announce ten PhD positions located at eight universities/research institutes in seven European countries.

 

We encourage eligible applicants to write a short expression of interest and send it together with a CV to kristian.steiner@mau.se.

 

You can read more about the project here https://vortex.uni.mau.se/. VORTEX’s overarching aim is to develop new evidence-based innovative strategies to countering and preventing ideological and behavioural radicalization. The project, which is divided into ten individual research projects, one for each doctoral student, includes Malmö University (Sweden), Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (Germany), the University of Marburg (Germany), the University of Helsinki (Finland), the University of Turin (Italy), the Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium), the University of Oslo (Norway), and Babeș-Bolyai University (Romania). Malmö University coordinates the project. The project manager is Dr Kristian Steiner, Malmö University.

 

The ten doctoral positions and their focus are listed below:

Malmö University (Sweden)

1) Radical rhetoric: understanding legitimating and mobilising discourses

2) The function of radical ideology for acceptance, status, and meaning

 

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (Germany)

1) The primary and secondary prevention conundrum: the ambivalences of the

intersection between universal and selective prevention

2) Comparing Structures of Evaluation and Knowledge Management in across

Europe

 

The University of Marburg (Germany)

1) Dynamics of knowledge production: Understanding the dominance and

diffusion of security cultures around radicalisation

 

The University of Helsinki (Finland)

1) Counterterrorism policies and their consequences in Europe

 

The University of Turin (Italy)

1) Fake and Conspiracy: Disinformation dynamics and radicalisation

 

The Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium)

1) Extremist identity creation and meaning making at the nexus between

online and offline environments

 

The University of Oslo (Norway)

1) Secondary/Tertiary Prevention: Deradicalisation, Disengagement and

Reintegration: Approaches of security agencies, social service agencies

and civil society

 

Babeș-Bolyai University (Romania).

1) Radicalisation and the politics and social dynamics of populism and

protest

 

Eligibility

The recruited researchers must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of the recruiting university/research institute for more than 12 months in the 36 months immediately before the recruitment date — unless as part of a compulsory national service or a procedure for obtaining refugee status under the Geneva Convention.

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