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Making Sense of Suicide Missions
     

Making Sense of Suicide Missions

by Diego Gambetta
 

ISBN-10: 0199276994

ISBN-13: 9780199276998

Pub. Date: 05/26/2005

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Suicide attacks have become the defining act of political violence of our age. From New York City to Baghdad, from Sri Lanka to Israel, few can doubt that they are a pervasive and terrifying feature of our political landscape. Based on a wealth of original information and research, and containing contributions from internationally distinguished scholars, Making

Overview

Suicide attacks have become the defining act of political violence of our age. From New York City to Baghdad, from Sri Lanka to Israel, few can doubt that they are a pervasive and terrifying feature of our political landscape. Based on a wealth of original information and research, and containing contributions from internationally distinguished scholars, Making Sense of Suicide Missions furthers our understanding of this chilling feature of the contemporary world in radically new and unexpected ways.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780199276998
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
Publication date:
05/26/2005
Pages:
388
Product dimensions:
9.30(w) x 6.10(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
1. Kamikaze 1943-45, Peter Hill
2. Tamil Tigers 1987-2002, Stephen Hopgood
3. Palestinians 1981-2003, Luca Ricolfi
4. Al Quaeda, September 11, 2001, Stephen Holmes
5. Dying Without Killing: Self-Immolations 1962-2002, Michael Biggs
6. Killing Without Dying: The Absence of Suicide Missions, Stathis Kalyvas and Ignacio Sanchez Cuenca
7. Motivations and Beliefs in Suicide Missions, Jon Elster
8. Can We Make Sense of Suicide Missions?, Diego Gambetta

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