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The Routledge international handbook of universities, security and intelligence studies

Author: Liam Gearon
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020. ©2020
Series: Routledge international handbook series.
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In an era of intensified international terror, universities have been increasingly drawn into an arena of locating, monitoring and preventing such threats, forcing them into often covert relationships with the security and intelligence agencies. With case studies from across the world, the Routledge International Handbook of Universities, Security and Intelligence Studies provides a comparative, in-depth analysis of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Cross-cultural studies
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Gearon, Liam.
Routledge International Handbook of Universities, Security and Intelligence Studies.
Milton : Routledge, ©2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Liam Gearon
ISBN: 9781351332415 1351332414 9780203702086 0203702085 9781351332392 1351332392 9781351332408 1351332406
OCLC Number: 1122919648
Description: 1 online resource (569 pages)
Contents: IntroductionLiam Francis GearonPart IUniversities, Security and Intelligence Studies:An Academic CartographyLiam Francis GearonChapter 1The University-Security-Intelligence Nexus: Four Domains Liam Francis Gearon Part IIUniversities, Security, Intelligence: National Contexts, International SettingsUnited States of AmericaChapter 2American Universities, the CIA, and the Teaching of National Security IntelligenceLoch K. JohnsonChapter 3The FBI, Cyber-Security and American Campuses:Academia, Government, and Industry as Allies in Cybersecurity EffectivenessKevin Powers and James BurnsUnited KingdomChapter 4'What was needed were copyists, filers, and really intelligent men of capacity':British Signals Intelligence and the Universities, 1914-1992John R. FerrisChapter 5Datafication and Universities:The Convergence of Spies, Scholars and ScienceRichard J. Aldrich and Melina J. DobsonCanada and the Commonwealth Chapter 6The Relationship between Intelligence and the Academy in CanadaAngela GendronNATOChapter 7'I would remind you that NATO is not a university': Navigating the Challenges and Legacy of NATO Economic IntelligenceAdrian KendryContinental Europe Chapter 8Understanding the Relationships between Academia and National Security Intelligence in the European ContextRuben ArcosChapter 9The German Foreign Intelligence Agency (BND): Publicly Addressing a Clandestine History Bodo HechelhammerRussiaChapter 10The Figure of the Traitor in the Chekist CosmologyJulie FedorChapter 11How Russia Trains Its Spies: The Past and Present of Russian Intelligence EducationFilip Kovacevic ChinaChapter 12The Chinese Intelligence ServiceNigel Inkster Part IIIEspionage and the Academy:Spy Stories Chapter 13The Cambridge Spy Ring: The Mystery of Wilfrid MannAndrew Lownie Chapter 14John Gordon Coates PhD DSO (1918-2006)Conscientious Objector, Interrogator, Intelligence Officer, Commando, Saboteur, Spy...AcademicPaddy Hayes Part IVSpies, Scholars and the Study of IntelligenceChapter 15The Oxford Intelligence Group Gwilym HughesChapter 16A Missing Dimension No Longer: Intelligence Studies, Professor Christopher Andrew, and the University of CambridgeDaniel LarsenPart VUniversity Security and Intelligence Studies: Research and Scholarship, Teaching and EthicsChapter 17What Do We Teach When We Teach Intelligence Ethics?David Omand and Mark PhythianChapter 18Secret and Ethically Sensitive ResearchJoanna KiddChapter 19Intelligent Studies: Degrees in Intelligence and the Intelligence CommunityScott ParsonsChapter 20Experimenting with Intelligence Education: Overcoming Design Challenges in Multidisciplinary Intelligence Analysis ProgramsStephen Marrin and Sophie Victoria CienskiPart VISecurity, Intelligence, and Securitization Theory:Comparative and International Terrorism ResearchChapter 21The Epistemologies of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism ResearchQuassim CassamChapter 22Dynamics of Securitization:An Analysis of Universities' Engagement with the Prevent LegislationLynn Schneider Chapter 23Comparative Perspectives on Intelligence and the Management of Radicalisation and Extremism in Universities in Asia and AfricaDavid JohnsonPart VIIUniversities, Security and Secret IntelligenceDiplomatic, Journalistic and Policy PerspectivesChapter 24Between Lucky Jim and George Smiley: The Public Policy Role of Intelligence ScholarsRobert Dover and Michael S. GoodmanChapter 25But What Do You Want It For?Secret Intelligence and the Foreign Policy Practitioner Claire Smith Chapter 26Intelligence Recruitment in 1945 and 'Peculiar Personal Characteristics'Michael HermanChapter 27'Men of the Professor Type' Revisited:Building a Partnership between Academic Research and National SecurityTristram Riley-SmithChapter 28Open Source Intelligence:Academic Research, Journalism or Spying?Chris WestcottChapter 29Overkill: Why universities modelling the impact of nuclear war in the 1980s could not change the views of the security stateJohn PrestonPart VIIIUniversities, Security and Intelligence:Disciplinary Lenses of the Arts, Literature and HumanitiesChapter 30The Art(s and Humanities) of Security: A Broader Approach to Countering Security ThreatsAndrew GlazzardChapter 31Dispelling the Myths:Academic Studies, Intelligence and Historical ResearchHelen FryChapter 32Stalin's LibrarySvetlana LokhovaChapter 33A Landscape of Lies in the Land of Letters:The Literary Cartography of Security and IntelligenceLiam Francis GearonSupplementaryNational Security and Intelligence - Outreach, Commentary, Critique:A Global Survey of Official, Policy and Academic Sources Liam Francis Gearon
Series Title: Routledge international handbook series.
Other Titles: International handbook of universities, security and intelligence studies
Responsibility: edited by Liam Francis Gearon.

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In an era of intensified international terror, universities have been increasingly drawn into an arena of locating, monitoring and preventing such threats, forcing them into often covert relationships with the security and intelligence agencies. With case studies from across the world, the Routledge International Handbook of Universities, Security and Intelligence Studies provides a comparative, in-depth analysis of the historical and contemporary relationships between global universities, national security and intelligence agencies. Written by leading international experts and from multidisciplinary perspectives, the Routledge International Handbook of Universities, Security and Intelligence Studies provides theoretical, methodological and empirical definition to academic, scholarly and research enquiry at the interface of higher education, security and intelligence studies. Divided into eight sections, the Handbook explores themes such as: the intellectual frame for our understanding of the university-security-intelligence network; historical, contemporary and future-looking interactions from across the globe; accounts of individuals who represent the broader landscape between universities and the security and intelligence agencies; the reciprocal interplay of personnel from universities to the security and intelligence agencies and vice versa; the practical goals of scholarship, research and teaching of security and intelligence both from within universities and the agencies themselves; terrorism research as an important dimension of security and intelligence within and beyond universities; the implication of security and intelligence in diplomacy, journalism and as an element of public policy; the extent to which security and intelligence practice, research and study far exceeds the traditional remit of commonly held notions of security and intelligence. Bringing together a unique blend of leading academic and practitioner authorities on security and intelligence, the Routledge International Handbook of Universities, Security and Intelligence Studies is an essential and authoritative guide for researchers and policymakers looking to understand the relationship between universities, the security services and the intelligence community.

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