This book places the current wave of religion-based terrorism in a historical perspective, explaining why religion is associated with terrorism, comparing religion-based terrorism to other forms of terrorism, and documenting how religion-based terrorism is a product of powerful political, socioeconomic, and psychological forces.
|Series:||Praeger Security International|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||496 KB|
About the Author
Daniel Price is assistant professor at Westfield State University, MA. He previously has taught at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell and Kent State University-Trumbull Campus. His published works include Islamic Political Culture, Democracy, and Human Rights: A Comparative Study.