Evil, terrorism & psychiatry : / edited by Donatella Marazziti, Stephen M. Stahl.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2019.
  • ©2019
Description
xiv, 174 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.

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Editor
Series
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Evil, terrorism and psychiatry / Donatella Marazziti and Stephen M. Stahl -- To die to kill : suicide as a weapon. some historical antecedents of suicide terrorism / Stefano Salvatori and Donatella Marazziti -- The philosophy of hate and anger / Claudio Bonito and Guido Traversa -- Identity, alienation and violent radicalisation / Antonio Ventriglio and Dinesh Bhugra -- The mind of suicide terrorists / Donatella Marazzitti, Antonello Veltri and Armando Piccinni -- Psychopathology of terrorists / Armando Piccinni, Donatella Marazziti and Antonello Veltri -- Why is terrorism a man's business? / Anne Maria Moller-Leimkuhler -- Religion, violence, and the brain : a neuroethical perspective / Alberto Carrara -- Brain alterations potentially associated with aggression and terrorism / Bernhard Bogerts, Maria Schone, and Stephanie Breitschuh -- Political terrorism and affective polarization in "black" and "red" terrorists in Italy during the years 1968-1988 / Matteo Pacini and Icro Maremmani -- Conditions of life and death of psychiatric patients in France during world war II : euthanasia or collateral casualties? / Patrick Lemoine and Stephen M. Stahl -- Neuropsychiatric characteristics of antiterrorist operation combatants in the Donbass (Ukraine) / Konstantin N. Loganovsky, Natalia A. Zdanevich, Marina V. Gresko, Donatella Marazziti, and Tatiana K. Loganovskaja -- The international scenario of terrorism / Donato Marzano -- Identification and prevention of radicalisation. Practice and experiences with a multidisciplinary working model / Dorte Sestoft -- How to fight terrorism? Political and strategic aspects / Erich Vad.
Other title(s)
Evil, terrorism and psychiatry
ISBN
  • 9781108467766 ((pbk.))
  • 1108467768
LCCN
2018043274
OCLC
1085941909
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