The psychology of terrorism

What is terrorism? Can anyone be radicalized? How can we respond to terrorist acts? The Psychology of Terrorism seeks to explain why some acts of violence are considered terrorism and others are not, and why some individuals may be more susceptible to engaging in radical terrorist behavior. Debunkin...

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Main Author: Shortland, Neil D.
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: London New York Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 2021
Online Access: Table of Contents
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Summary:What is terrorism? Can anyone be radicalized? How can we respond to terrorist acts? The Psychology of Terrorism seeks to explain why some acts of violence are considered terrorism and others are not, and why some individuals may be more susceptible to engaging in radical terrorist behavior. Debunking myths and lazy stereotypes, the book delves into some of the most shocking atrocities of our times to discuss the complex and varied psychological characteristics of individual terrorists, organized groups, and their acts.
Item Description:Literaturverzeichnis Seite [107]-116
Physical Description:x, 116 Seiten Diagramme 20 cm
ISBN:9780367353353
9780367353315