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Terrorism Studies A Reader

ISBN-10: 0415455057

ISBN-13: 9780415455053

Edition: 2012

Authors: John Horgan, Kurt Braddock

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List price: $57.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 8/8/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 504
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Introduction from the Editors
About the Editors
Publisher's Acknowledgements
Notes on Contributors
Terrorism in historical context
Fear and trembling: Terrorism in three religious traditions
How new is the new terrorism?
The four waves of modern terrorism
Definitions
Conceptualization of terrorism
The challenges of conceptualizing terrorism
The response problem as a definition problem
Understanding and explaining terrorism
The causes of terrorism
Turning to terror: The conditions under which political parties turn to terrorist activities
A conceptual framework for addressing psychological process in the development of the terrorist
Terrorist movements
Hizbollah's command leadership: Its structure, decision-making, and relationship with Iranian clergy and institutions
The Provisional IRA: A case study
Right-wing terrorism in a comparative perspective: The case of split delegitimization
A subnational study of insurgency: FARC violence in the 1990s
Al Qaeda: A different diagnosis
Terrorist behaviour
On individual motivations in underground political organizations
Decisions to use terrorism: Psychological constraints on instrumental reasoning
Therategic logic of suicide terrorism
Palestinian suicide bombing: Public support, market share, and outbidding
Counterterrorism
A tertiary model for countering terrorism in liberal democracies: The case of Israel
The leaderless nexus: When crime and terror converge
Fire of Iolaus: The role of state countermeasures in causing terrorism and what needs to be done
Key considerations in counterideological work against terrorist ideology
Current and future trends in terrorism
WMD terrorism research: Whereto from here?
The changing face of Al Qaeda and the global war on terrorism
Six rather unusual proposition about terrorism
Martyrdom mythology in Iraq: How jihadists frame suicide terrorism in videos and biographies
Countering female terrorism
"Jhey haven't gone away, you know": Irish republican "dissidents" and "armed struggle"
Homegrown jihadist terrorism in the United States-A new and occasional phenomenon?
Appropriated martyrs: The Branch Davidians and the radical right
Index