Social Media and Youth Radicalization in Digital Age - UNESCO Proposal

The Internet is not just the largest easily accessed source of information but also the biggest unregulated medium of radicalization and extremism, in particular among the youths. With the coming time the nature, scope and utility of internet have also tended to change. Observing the increased cases of youth getting radicalised and claiming allegiance to the extremist groups, the role of social media become pertinent to this matter. The United Nations Educational Scientific Cultural Organization (UNESCO) launched a research proposal with an aim to provide a global mapping of the role of Social Media in radicalising youth. ...........Members Log in or Subscribe to Read more------------
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