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Social Identity Theory: A Lens to Global Security and Counter Malign Influence

Social Identity Theory: A Lens to Global Security and Counter Malign Influence  Primary source: Global Security Research Assistant by M. Nuri Shakoor. (n.d.). Mediafiles.botpress.cloud. Retrieved February 12, 2024, from https://mediafiles.botpress.cloud/5328519f-1d9d-46b7-8e29-c6cd040d48e4/webchat/bot.html https://ai-solutions.mnshakoor.com/ Social Identity Theory, originally proposed by Henri Tajfel and John Turner, has been a comprehensive approach to understanding how individuals identify with certain social groups, and the subsequent behavior that arises from such affiliations. When applied to global security and counter malign influence, this theory provides a unique perspective on the complexities of international relations, conflict and influence operations. Global security is a multifaceted concept involving the maintenance of international peace and protection against threats that can destabilize nations. Social Identity Theory elucidates the reasons behind intergroup conflict

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