verb (used with object), rad·i·cal·ized, rad·i·cal·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), rad·i·cal·ized, rad·i·cal·iz·ing.
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There, safe from the deplatforming spree of mainstream social media giants like Facebook and Twitter, Lang set out to recruit “normies” and radicalize them to the point that they joined regional militia groups.“This Is War”: Inside the Secret Chat Where Far-Right Extremists Devised Their Post-Capitol Plans|by Logan Jaffe and Jack Gillum|January 28, 2021|ProPublica
As long as Republican leaders and elected officials refuse to confront the core pathologies of Trumpism that spawned the riot, the Alan Hostetters in this country will continue to radicalize, and they’ll continue to radicalize others.Meet the police chief turned yoga instructor prodding wealthy suburbanites to civil war|Radley Balko|January 27, 2021|Washington Post
Movements radicalize when their members become unable to have ordinary interactions with people different from themselves.Atheist Philosopher Peter Boghossian’s Guide to Converting Believers|Michael Schulson|November 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
What seems to have upset him the most was watching Alessa and Almonte radicalize a local teenager he calls “a regular street kid.”NYPD on the Real ‘Enemies Within’: Going Undercover With Jihadis|Michael Daly|September 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“This is scary; brutal methods will radicalize a larger number of women,” Sokirianskaya said.
Trying to hold back history and peaceful change may radicalize the situation.
American universities seem to radicalize more middle-class Arabs than did their upbringing in the Middle East.