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Terrorism and Political Violence Review for Exam #1 Chapter 1 and Lecture Notes Definitions of terrorism (especially official ones) Martha Crenshaw’s 3-prong test Spectrum of Conflict Tactical Typology of Terrorism Chapter 2 and Lecture Notes Meaning & Structural Frameworks for understanding terrorism Terrorists as criminals (especially “Expanding the Concept” on p. 32) Eschatology Justifying terroristic violence Doctrine of Necessity Profiling terrorists and common characteristics Hunnington’s Clash of Civilizations Critics of Hunnington Secular vs. Religious terrorism Jurgensmeyer on religious terrorism Chapter 3 and Lecture Notes Pyramid Structure of terror organizations Umbrella model for terror organizations
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Unformatted text preview: Cells and columns Managing terror organizations Tri-border Region Legal funding channels: charities, Hawala, and legitimate businesses New Economy of Terrorism Narco-terrorism Chapter 4 and Lecture Notes Propaganda accomplishes 2 things… Contagion Effect Arguments for and against media censorship regarding terrorism Wilkinson’s analysis of the media (p. 93) Chapter 5 and Lecture Notes 6 Common tactics of terrorism “philosophy of the bomb” Force multipliers Bomb blast characteristics WMD’s (types, effects, examples) Types of Suicide bombers: individual vs. vehicular Suicide bomber advantages and profile Risk assessment...
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  • Spring '10
  • Suicide Bombers, Martha Crenshaw, Terrorism Narco-terrorism Chapter, religious terrorism Chapter, Religious terrorism Jurgensmeyer

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