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Crime, technology and society by Angus Bancroft
Category: <span>turbulence</span>

Radicalisation or self discovery? Desire in a turbulent world

There has been a lot of recent conversation about radicalisation through different forms. Mumsnet has been blamed for radicalising its participants. There is an implied theory of change here. It is that radicalisation works something like environmental exposure. Radicalisation is like pollution in the info sphere. Exposure to small doses …

Institutions have duties beyond themselves and the cultural moment

… Otherwise they would not actually be institutions at all. That is basically what an institution is, as opposed to a temporary association or social movement. I was trying to think through some irritation at the tendency of leaderships to just make changes that are very in the moment and …


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