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The faces of terrorism : multidisciplinary perspectives

Author: David V Canter
Publisher: Chichester, UK ; Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The multi-faceted nature of terrorism : an introduction / David Cantor -- From naïvety to insurgency : becoming a paramilitary in Northern Ireland / Neil Ferguson and Mark Burgess -- The rhetorical foundation of militant jihad / Sudhanshu Sarangi and David Canter -- Case study : the puzzling case (from a Western perspective) of lone terrorist Faheem Khalid Lodhi / Clive Williams -- The primacy of grievance as a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David V Canter
ISBN: 9780470753804 0470753803 9780470753811 0470753811 9780470744499 0470744499
OCLC Number: 366494355
Description: xiv, 300 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The multi-faceted nature of terrorism : an introduction / David Cantor --
From naïvety to insurgency : becoming a paramilitary in Northern Ireland / Neil Ferguson and Mark Burgess --
The rhetorical foundation of militant jihad / Sudhanshu Sarangi and David Canter --
Case study : the puzzling case (from a Western perspective) of lone terrorist Faheem Khalid Lodhi / Clive Williams --
The primacy of grievance as a structural cause of oppositional political terrorism : comparing Al Fatah, FARC, and PIRA / Jeffrey Ian Ross --
Case study : the 17th November Group: Europe's last revolutionary terrorists / George Kassimeris --
Terrorism and organized crime : a theoretical perspective / Dipak K. Gupta, John Horgan and Alex P. Schmid --
Terrorist networks and small group psychology / Sam Mullins --
Case study : Youth gangs and terrorism in Chechnya: recruitment, activities and networks / Michael Vishnevetsky --
The enemy of my enemy is my friend / Kevin Borgeson and Robin Valeri --
The business of kidnap for ransom / Everard Phillips --
Case study : Ramzan Kadyrov in Chechnya: authoritarian leadership in the Caucasus / John Russell --
From 7/7 to 8/10 : media framing of terrorist incidents in the United States and United Kingdom / Mary Brinson and Michael Stohl --
Cyberterrorism : the emerging worldwide threat / Amanda M. Sharp Parker --
Disengaging from terrorism / John Horgan --
De-radicalization and the staircase from terrorism / Fathali M. Moghaddam.
Responsibility: edited by David Canter.

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This edited volume attempts to get closer to the perspectives of perpetrators of terrorist acts. It explores how terrorists view the world, reviews the way in which terrorist acts are conceptualized  Read more...

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