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Radicalized

Narrated by: Max Kutner
Length: 3 hrs and 58 mins
4.8 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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In 2017, Devon Arthurs went from neo-Nazism to Islamic extremism, and he allegedly murdered his two roommates in defense of his new Muslim faith. In Radicalized, a seven-part docu-series, reporter Max Kutner investigates how Devon went from one extreme to another, shedding light on the online pathways to radicalization. He discovers maybe neo-Nazis & jihadis have more in common than we think.  

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Interesting

This was very interesting. I liked the story telling and all the audio interviews that came with it even the way max describes what people are wearing and their facial features ! A very well executed piece. Thank you for sharing your findings!

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It’s a great podcast with a great story

Overall good but some of the presenter’s political opinions feels obviously biased for instance the warning doesn’t cover the entire political spectrum of extremism.

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Well worth a listen

This podcast was not an easy listen, but it is important non the less to help us be aware of the growth & some of the ways people are radicalised. I found some of the information quite eye opening.

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  • Aoife K
  • 11-10-2020

Interesting listen

Very interesting. I hadn't heard of this case before this and the podcast took us, in detail, on the path of the people involved. I thought it was a well balanced view of the story and was a good listen.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 10-10-2020

Lost lives

This really opens your eyes to how vulnerable the young are to such hate. Brainwashing.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-10-2020

Vital journalism, terrific presentation.

A balanced, compassionate and humane insight into the darkest of worlds. Inspirational in the best sense, encouraging listeners to think deeper and learn more to understand these problems better.

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  • daniel Jones
  • 30-09-2020

Washy

Just wayward in narrative and execution. There are lots of extremist groups mentioned and the tethering of mental health/disorders. just a flaccid 55 for me

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  • Grovesy
  • 22-10-2020

Fascinating

this is a really well researched and informative insight into the development of extremist thinking. Well worth a listen, an excellent series.

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  • kerstie osborne
  • 26-10-2020

Interesting insight into extremism

This book was, at times, hard to take in as the slippery slope the subjects experience into extremism is frighteningly real and entirely possible. The narrator is clear and sharp minded and the explanations of how these people followed the path they trod was well explained and terrifying all in one. All in all, a good read!

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  • Goronwy-Wyn
  • 25-10-2020

It's hard to review a work like this!

The work put into the investigation of an example of radicalization is very impressive, the society that hatched these monsters is broken It's time that zero tolerance was given to this growing trend of radicalization, across the world.

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  • Eleonora Ferrero
  • 21-10-2020

this podcast should be mandatory to listen

such a well done, performed and researched podcast. every parent, sister, brother, manager, worker in the tech industry and educator should listen to it.

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  • Kevin Bell
  • 20-10-2020

Dissappointed

I thought it would be interesting, but it devolved into just another liberal attack on conservatism. Not brave enough to delve into the leftist history behind the KKK and fascism.

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  • Andrew Connolly
  • 19-10-2020

Sad and fascinating in equal measure.

A thorough telling of the sad outcomes of online radicalism and the lasting damage caused.