Risk Factors include:
- Emotional vulnerability.
- Dissatisfaction with the status quo of political activism.
- Personal connection to a grievance.
- Positive (or at least non-negative) view of violence.
- Perceived benefit of political violence.
- Social networks.
- In-group de-legitimization of the out-group.
- Views on (and histories of) violence.
- External support.
- Perceived threat.
- Resonant narrative.
- Radicalization: Relevant Psychological and Sociological Concepts. U.S. Army Asymmetric Warfare Group, September 2010.