Leda Blackwood

Leda Blackwood is a social psychologist in the Department of Psychology at Bath University. She has conducted research across a range of social phenomenon, including collective action and processes of alienation and radicalisation; social influence, leadership and group advocacy; and the experience and consequences of misrecognition and humiliation. In recent years, much of this research has been focussed on Muslims’ experiences of surveillance and scrutiny.

What is wrong with the official ‘psychological’ model of radicalisation?