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Léa Massé holds a bachelor in European Law from Orleans University (France) and a Master in Global Criminology from Utrecht University, and is currently a PhD student at Erasmus University. Over the course of her studies, she has taken a close interest at the intertwined link between neoliberalism, socio-spatial marginality and deviance. Her other fields of research interests include state crime, structural violence, organized crime, cultural and political resistance of disadvantaged groups, and radicalization.
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Léa Massé’s PhD research aims to provide a better understanding of homegrown Islamic radicalization in western European countries by empirically investigating the underlying factors leading youth to radicalize in France and in the Netherlands. Combining a subcultural and transformative learning approach, her research examines both the personal and structural factors favouring the emergence of an ‘Islamic radical subculture’ on a national and cross-national level.

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