Global Terrorism Issues and Developments

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Rene A. Larche
Nova Publishers, 2008 - Political Science - 268 pages
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Terrorism is usually described as violence or the perception or threat of imminent violence. Terrorism has been used by a broad array of political organisations in furthering their objectives; both right-wing and left-wing political parties, nationalistic, and religious groups. This book presents important issues and ideas dealing with terrorism.
 

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Contents

TERRORISM THE THREAT OF NEW TECHNOLOGY
3
ETHNICITY AND TERRORISM
13
RESEARCH AND REVIEW STUDIES
17
TOWARD A THEORY OF TERRORISM A MULTIDIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
19
INTESTINAL TOXICITY IN RADIATION AND COMBINED INJURY SIGNIFICANCE MECHANISMS AND COUNTERMEASURES
61
DISTRIBUTION OF FEDERAL ANTITERRORISM FUNDS TO STATES IN THE UNITED STATES A COMPARISON OF POPULATION INCOM...
101
INJUSTICE ACTING OUT INTERNAL TERRORIST STATES OF MIND THROUGH VIOLENCE AND THE POSSIBILITIES OF PREVENTION
121
ALCOHOL RELAPSES ASSOCIATED WITH THE WORLD TRADE CENTER ATTACKS FURTHER FINDINGS
141
MAJOR HAZARD PLANT RISK ASSESSMENT AND THE THREAT OF TERRORISM
149
FREE LABELING OF FACIAL EXPRESSIONS OF EMOTIONS IN CHILDREN SURVIVING THE TERRORIST ATTACK IN BESLANS SCHOOL
165
THE TRANSGENERATIONAL EFFECTS OF TRAUMA FROM TERROR A DEVELOPMENTAL MODEL
187
CHEMICAL TERRORISM SARIN NERVE GAS AND OTHER TOXIC NERVE AGENTS
213
ANALYSING THE EFFECTS OF MORTALITY SALIENCE ON PREJUDICE AND DECISIONTAKING
233
INDEX
247
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