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A Critical Analysis On Psychosocial Dynamics Influencing Radicalization Of Students In Public Secondary Schools In Kenya
Secondary schools in Kenya are under siege of neo-criminal activities which are building up as observed by Ministry of Education (2013). The purpose of this study was to critically analyze main psychosocial dynamics contributing to radicalization of students in public secondary schools Kenya. The study adopted Conflict Theory by Carl Marx (1971). The theory emphasizes existence of opposing forces between the “top dogs” and “under dogs” in the society as a result of “unfinished businesses”. The objectives of the study were to critically analyze the role of social media, parenting styles, peer pressure and school management styles in influencing radicalization of students in public
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