Understanding Terrorism: Threats in an Uncertain World / Edition 1by Akorlie A. Nyatepe-Coo Ph.D., Dorothy Zeisler-Vralsted Ph.D.
Pub. Date: 07/28/2003
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This reader serves as a useful tool in examining the events of 9/11/2001; it provides comprehensive coverage of this date's significance from a number of perspectives and offers in-depth, provocative essays examining subjects ranging from the history of Islam to the future of terrorism. Introductory paragraphs for each article and the book's/b>/b>… See more details below
This reader serves as a useful tool in examining the events of 9/11/2001; it provides comprehensive coverage of this date's significance from a number of perspectives and offers in-depth, provocative essays examining subjects ranging from the history of Islam to the future of terrorism. Introductory paragraphs for each article and the book's introduction offer a framework for the varied chapters; readers will learn about economic incentives, comtemporary politics of the Middle East, and historical precedents for the use of terrorism at the dawning of the 21st century. For foreign affairs officers, intelligence analysts, foreign service officers, economic affairs officers, and political affairs officers. Also useful for book clubs and reading groups, as this collection of essays spawns exciting material for discussion and understanding.
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Table of Contents
1. International Terrorism: Historical Context.
Islam and the West, Jess Hollenback. Terrorism: It's Origin and History, John Weinzierl.
2. Understanding the Motives and Behavior of Terrorists.
Networks of Hate, Tim Kullman, Jim Rodgers. Terrorism, True Believers, and the Attack on Globalization, Sheldon Smith. Economic Implications of Terrorism, Akorlie A. Nyatepe-Coo. Inside the Mind of a Suicide Bomber: Santosh Sivan's The Terrorist, Lalita Pandit. A Philosopher Looks at Terrorism: Evil, Religion, and World Ethics, Eric Kraemer.
3. Institutional and Behavioral Responses to Terrorist Attacks.
Media Portrayals of September 11, 2001 and Beyond, Mary M. Step, Ronda L. Knox. Psychological Responses to the Terrorist Attacks, Carmen R. Wilson Van Voorhis. Hate Crime as a Reaction to the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001, Kimberly A. Vogt. The Impact of the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks on Civil Liberties, Patricia A. Brady.
4. Emerging Trends in International Terrorism.
Technology and the Transformation of Terrorism, Jeff Hollenback. Cyberterrorism: A New Reality in the Information Age, Karin A. Best and Kuang-Wei Wen. Bioterrorism: Should I Be Worried?, William Schwan.
Terrorism in the 21st Century, H. Matthew Loayza.
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