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By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Scholars use the term “Disengagement” to describe physical and psychological withdrawal from particular identities or roles. Explain the reason white supremacists disengage.
-Being a white supremacist is comparable to holding a “master status.” Explain how does white supremacy cuts across a person’s multiple identities.
-Explain how do the white supremacists express their lifestyle and worldviews.
-Explain what does the second type of residual involve.
-Explain who used self-talk as a strategy to respond to the sudden resurfacing of thoughts, feelings, physiological responses, and unwanted behavior.
-Explain who appears to generate a “phantom community” with a persistent influence on thoughts, feelings, physiological responses, and behavior.
-We face persistent threats to the homeland and U.S. interests abroad explain from what terrorist organizations.
-The alt right’s ideological sources are as mixed as their subcultural influences. Explain the most straightforward forces and an obscure segment of the American right that seeks not only limited government and traditional values but also a return to older, less enlightened attitudes on subjects such as race, religion, ethnicity, and gender.
-Explain who contributed seething misogyny and resentment of women to the alt right’s other hatreds, making the alt-right by far the most misogynistic segment of the white supremacist movement, as well as the sector with the fewest number of female adherents.
-Explain when are the white supremacists more vulnerable to exposure, negative coverage, and backlashes.
-Explain whose membership consisted primarily of young males with no connections to previous generations of neo-Nazis, these included most notably Vanguard America, the Traditionalist Worker Party, and Atomwaffen.
-Name the most severe violent threats that white supremacists pose.

"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."