This Research Note provides an overview of the main findings from a project on white supremacist pathways - or why some individuals join and leave white supremacist groups - with a specific focus on elucidating common themes, theoretical applications, main takeaways, and providing recommendations for academics and policymakers. One key lesson is that identity is central to entry and exit pathways.
DeMichele, M., McCan, W. S., Blee, K., & Simi, P. (20222). “Findings and iImplications from a project on white supremacist entry and exit pathways.” Perspectives on Terrorism, 16(5), pp. 73-81. URL: https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/perspectives-on-terrorism/archives/2022#volume-xvi-issue-5