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Radicalisation Engagement. Johnson, Matthew (Artist); Mabon, Simon (Speaker); Smith, Tim (Speaker); Mutton, Rosie (Artist); Appleton, Roger (Artist). 2016.

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Johnson, M, Mabon, S, Smith, T, Mutton, R & Appleton, R, Radicalisation Engagement, 2016, Digital or Visual Products.

APA

Johnson, M. (Artist), Mabon, S. (Speaker), Smith, T. (Speaker), Mutton, R. (Artist), & Appleton, R. (Artist). (2016). Radicalisation Engagement. Digital or Visual Products, Retrieved from https://openlearning.lancs.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=165

Vancouver

Johnson M (Artist), Mabon S (Speaker), Smith T (Speaker), Mutton R (Artist), Appleton R (Artist). Radicalisation Engagement 2016.

Author

Johnson, Matthew (Artist) ; Mabon, Simon (Speaker) ; Smith, Tim (Speaker) ; Mutton, Rosie (Artist) ; Appleton, Roger (Artist). / Radicalisation Engagement. [Digital or Visual Products].

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and PDF guides intended to enable teachers to run a university-style three week module on the subject. The materials are reliable, coherent resources which support active learning activities, including a role paly, capable of introducing students to core issues of relevance in studies of radicalisation. The materials are hosted on Lancaster University’s designated Radicalisation Engagement Open
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and PDF guides intended to enable teachers to run a university-style three week module on the subject. The materials are reliable, coherent resources which support active learning activities, including a role paly, capable of introducing students to core issues of relevance in studies of radicalisation. The materials are hosted on Lancaster University’s designated Radicalisation Engagement Open
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