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Lea Echelmeyer is a PhD candidate, supervised by Frank Weerman (NSCR), Anne-Marie Slotboom (VU) and Harrie Jonkman (Verwey-Jonker Instituut). In a longitudinal study funded by the NRO, she investigates the role of (early) identity formation within radicalization processes and citizinship education. Lea has a research master's degree in Social Psychology (VU) and previously worked as a research assistant and data analyst.

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  • Identity
  • Identity formation
  • Adolescence
  • Radicalization
  • Extremism
  • Citizenship
  • Social norms
  • Education
  • Policy research

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