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Master narratives of Islamist extremism

Jeffry R. Halverson

Master narratives of Islamist extremism

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Published by Palgrave McMillan in New York, NY .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementJeffry R. Halverson, H. L. Goodall, Jr., and Steven R. Corman
ContributionsGoodall, H. Lloyd, Corman, Steven R.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBP166.14.F85 H35 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24539144M
ISBN 109780230108967
LC Control Number2010025810
OCLC/WorldCa643324753


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For example, you’re able to recognize the significance of a Pharaoh reference when an extremist is condemning a world leader. Master Narratives of Islamist Extremism | This volume introduces the concept of Islamist extremist 'master narratives' and offers a method for identifying and analyzing them.

Drawing on rhetorical and narrative theories, the chapters examine thirteen master narratives and explain how extremists use them to solidify their base, recruit new members, and motivate actions.

This volume introduces the concept of Islamist extremist 'master narratives' and offers a method for identifying and analyzing them. Drawing on rhetorical and narrative theories, the chapters examine thirteen master narratives and explain how extremists use them to solidify their base, recruit new members, and motivate : J.

Halverson. CSC members Jeff Halverson, Bud Goodall, and Steve Corman have published a new book entitled Master Narratives of Islamist Extremism (Palgrave Macmillan, ). The book describes a framework for analyzing cultural narratives that extremists use to influence contested populations, then applies that framework to thirteen master narratives in contemporary use, including.

We do so because in our analysis of Islamist extremist communications, we have found a useful structural relationship among three types of accounts: stories, narratives, and master narratives. We begin this chapter by defining those terms and elaborating on their structural by: 2. Islamist extremism is an ideology that relies on a number of master narratives that not only transcend time and place but connect highly diverse, global Muslim populations.

Their potency must be understood within the context of a modern world in which Muslims are acutely aware of the dominance of Western civilisation as well as the social Cited by: 4. Postmodern narratives will often deliberately disturb the formulaic expectations such cultural codes provide, pointing thereby to a possible revision of the social code.

In communication and strategic communication, a master narrative (or metanarrative) is a "transhistorical narrative that is deeply embedded in a particular culture". Master Narratives of Islamist Extremism provides an alternative understanding of narratives. Its proposed structure operates through “vertical integration” between three levels of narratives, with communication at the lowest level being more “concrete” and “manifest” and moving toward the.

As the title implies, Master Narratives of Islamist Extremism approaches the role of ideology or ideas in Jihadism via the notion of narrative. The book is said to be about the ideological function of the master narratives of Islamist extremists and how these narratives are used and employed for ideological ends.

This volume introduces the concept of Islamist extremist ‘master narratives’ and offers a method for identifying and analyzing them. Drawing on rhetorical and narrative theories, the chapters. He is editor of "Narrating the Exit from Afghanistan" (Spring,CSC) co-author of "Master Narratives of Islamist Extremism" (, Palgrave Macmillan) and co-editor of "Weapons of Mass Persuasion: Strategic Communication to Combat Violent Extremism" (, Peter Lang).

The latter won the Distinguished Award for a Scholarly Edited Book. The Islamist: Why I Joined Radical Islam in Britain, What I Saw Inside and Why I Left is a book about Ed Husain's five years as an book has been described as "as much a memoir of personal struggle and inner growth as it is a report on a new type of extremism."Author: Ed Husain.

As a scholar of Islamic studies and the history of religions, Halverson is the author of Theology and Creed in Sunni Islam (Palgrave Macmillan ), Searching for a King: Muslim Nonviolence and the Future of Islam (Potomac, ), and lead author of Master Narratives of Islamist Extremism (Palgrave Macmillan ) and Islamists of the Maghreb.

Book Summary Chronicles the life of the former high-ranking member of Hizb ut-Tahrir, a London-based Islamist group, who began a campaign to. Learn more about Jeffry R. Halverson. Browse Jeffry R. Halverson’s best-selling audiobooks and newest titles.

Discover more authors you’ll love listening to on Audible. This book provides a critical and a conceptual analysis of radical Islamist rhetoric drawn from temporally and contextually varied Islamist extremist groups, challenging the popular understanding of Islamist extremism as a product of a ‘clash-of-civilizations’.

Arguing that the essence of Islamist extremism can only be accurately understood by drawing a distinction between the radical Reviews: 1.

Share on Facebook; Tweet; Share on LinkedIn; Share this article by email; Maajid Nawaz subtly reveals much in his seemingly effortlessly titled, Radical: My Journey Out of Islamist Extremism. The word radical, though often used in modern English to mean extreme, actually derives its meaning from the Latin word radix, meaning, “root.” Nawaz cleverly employs both meanings—the old and the.

An analysis of these key words showed that “Islamist extremism” comprised more than half (54 percent) of all identified victim and foe narratives. The idea of an insidious Islamisation – often linked with the allegation of an “invasion” – was likewise seen to be a significant threat (16 percent).

Radical: My Journey out of Islamist Extremism is a memoir by the British activist and former Islamist Maajid published in the UK, the book describes Nawaz's journey "from Muslim extremist to taking tea at Number 10". The US edition contains a preface Author: Maajid Nawaz.

It is a master class in illustrating the big picture through small stories. And it uses women’s experiences — still so often framed as a subplot — to reach the heart of ISIS.

Centering a narrative on women leads, here, to a superior analysis of the overall subject, and this is a lesson with applications far beyond ISIS.4/4(8). Today, Maajid Nawaz leads a think tank focusing on such things as citizenship and identity, religious freedom, and extremism.

But his young life is marked by years spent as a youth leader and recruiter for a radical Islamist group which ultimately landed him in an Egyptian prison for four years.

In ‘Master Narratives of Islamist Extremism’, Muslim ‘culture’ is explained as having a master narrative that draws its stories from sacred texts and Muslim history.[10] Likewise, the master narrative of Salafi Jihadism can be argued to constitute alternative narratives according to cultural settings from which emerge common stories Cited by:   Radical: My Journey out of Islamist Extremism Maajid Nawaz offers a riveting look at how his time in jail changed his views of Islam and its place in Author: Rayyan Al-Shawaf.

3. Master narratives and anti-Semitism. In their work Master Narratives of Islamist Extremism (), Jeffry Halverson, H. L. Goodall, and Steven Corman suggest that we might plausibly define a master narrative as follows: [A] master narrative is a transhistorical narrative that is deeply embedded in a particular culture.

By “transhistorical.Quilliam is the world’s first counter-extremism organisation. We have a full spectrum approach to promote pluralism and inspire change.