Encyclopedia of World Terrorism
See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. USD Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Usually ships within 1 week. It provides students with both detailed information and the historical perspective tie terrorism to the high school and college curriculum. This volume covers the United States, Europe, Israel, Britain, Central and South America and concludes with a chronology of major terrorist events since , an A-Z listing of terrorist groups and leaders, and a select bibliography.
Terrorism in Context Martha Crenshaw. Explaining Terrorism Martha Crenshaw. Bloggat om Encyclopedia of World Terrorism. Slotkin, James S. Smelser, Neil J. New York: The Free Press. Sprinzak, Ehud The psychopolitical formation of extreme left terrorism in a democracy: The case of the Weathermen. Foreign Policy New York: Pantheon.
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Rienner Publishers. Zweigenhaft, R. The Journal of Psychology 5 The events and aftermath of September 11, , profoundly changed the course of history of the nation. They also brought the phenomenon known as terrorism to the forefront of the nation's consciousness. As it became thus focused, the limits of scientific understanding of terrorism and the capacity to develop policies to deal with it became even more evident.
The objective of this report is to bring behavioral and social science perspectives to bear on the nature, determinants, and domestic responses to contemporary terrorism as a way of making theoretical and practical knowledge more adequate to the task. It also identifies areas of research priorities for the behavioral and social sciences. Based on feedback from you, our users, we've made some improvements that make it easier than ever to read thousands of publications on our website.
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Encyclopedia of Terrorism
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