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A STUDY OF EXTREMISM AS A COMPLEX INTER-BRANCH CONCEPT
Corresponding Author(s) : Victor Yu. Melnikov
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 7 No. 4 (2019): July
Purpose: The aim of the study is to investigate extremism as a complex inter-branch concept which complicates law enforcement practice.
Methodology: This is an analytic-dialectical research whose data are obtained through the analysis of historical, legal and sociological texts and data.
Main Findings: When defining extremism in the basic law of anti-extremist legislation, it is necessary to proceed from the fact that the phenomenon, the concept of which should be formulated, is manifested in different spheres of social and political life. In conclusion, extremism creates an ideological basis for terrorism, but the acts of terrorism go beyond the concept of extremism.
Applications: This article can be used by regional schools, cultural organizations and universities.
Novelty/Originality: In this study, correlation between the phenomena of terrorism and extremism has been studied on the basis of definition for terrorist act given in part 1 of article 205 of the criminal code of the Russian Federation.
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