CRJU_311_exam_3_notes

CRJU_311_exam_3_notes - CRJU Exam 3 Coverage 04/05/11...

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CRJU Exam 3 Coverage 04/05/11 Terms: 4d Strategy Rouge States USA Patriot Act Terrorism Stockholm syndrome Domestic Terrorism International Terrorism Civil disorders Political terrorism Nonpolitical terrorism Quasi terrorism Limited political terrorism Official or state terrorism H. H. A. Cooper Foreign Relations Authorization Act Eco-terrorism Eco-sabotage Xeno-fighters Homo-fighters The Nature and Extent of Terrorism Accurate data on terrorism are not available Known terrorist attacks, however have been costly in terms of human lives and property Who are the terrorism victims? All society is a victim Random Individual and collective traumas Stockholm Syndrome
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CRJU Exam 3 Coverage 04/05/11 Stockholm Syndrome: A phenomenon in which a hostage begins to identify with and grow sympathetic to their captor. Named for an episode that occurred in Stockholm in August, 1973 when an armed Swedish robber took some bank workers captive, held them for 6 days and they started to
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course CRJU E311 taught by Professor Mr.abercrombie during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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