Terrorists, Victims and Society Psychological Perspectives on Terrorism and Its Consequences
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Description: Terrorism is a topic which provokes extreme perceptions, perceptions which spill easily into considerations of the actors behind the violence. This volume offers a balanced and accessible account of the psychology of terrorists and terrorism.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/7/2003
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|About the Editor|
|About the Contributors|
|The Search for the Terrorist Personality|
|Becoming a Terrorist|
|The Psychology of Hostage-Taking|
|The Psychology of Cyber-Terrorism|
|The Psychology of Suicidal Terrorism|
|Leaving Terrorism Behind: An Individual Perspective|
|Victims of Terrorism|
|The Psychological Impact of Isolated Acts of Terrorism|
|The Psychological Impact of Protracted Campaigns of Political Violence on Societies|
|Victims of Terrorism and the Media|
|Examining the Impact of Terrorism on Children|
|Responding to Terrorism|
|Retaliating Against Terrorism|
|Terrorism and Imprisonment in Northern Ireland: A Psychological Perspective|