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It is important to start with a clear operational definition what the term "extremist narrative" means to people. We need to hear the perspectives of NGOs on what definition you can relate to, in terms of extremist narratives across Europe. Your definition of what constitutes an extremist narrative is important to us and will be used together with definitions from academics in different disciplines to develop an operational definition. Our academic partners are preparing a literature review on this topic. Your definition can be submitted in English or in the language of the country where you work. There is no specific format or length required and your definition will be kept confidential and used for research purposes only. However, if you so choose, we are also happy to share your involvement through a listing on our website. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. Your participation and input will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for accepting our invitation to participate. We look forward to hearing from you.
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How serious do you feel the following issues are in Europe today?
Active citizenship
People often talk about “narratives” in social media. Look at the following definition of the word “narrative”. How useful is this definition to you?
A narrative is like telling a story. It links together events and experiences in a clear and meaningful manner. You have characters, a place where things happen, and a plot that keeps the story moving. All of this helps to share a message or lesson with the audience.
What changes would you make to this definition?
People sometimes talk about narratives in social media becoming extremist in nature. To what extent do you feel this is the case with the following topics?
The nation
How much do you notice the following features in extremist narratives?
Conspiracy theories
Emotional appeals
Us-versus-them mentality
Only using specific information
Call to action
A pathway to radicalization
Taking all of this into account, how would you define an extremist narrative?
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