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Theories of terrorism : contemporary perspectives / edited by Murat Haner & Melissa Sloan.
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2022.
xii, 383 pages ; 24 cm.
Sloan, Melissa Marie
Advances in criminological theory ; v. 28.
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Advances in criminological theory ; volume 28
"Theories of Terrorism explains and advances the major theories of terrorism that address issues of becoming a terrorist, being a terrorist, and leaving terrorism, in a clear and accessible format for use by students and academics seeking to advance theoretically driven research in the area. Readers will gain an understanding of the most promising explanations of terrorism that have been developed to date and how they can be used to explore core substantive issues related to the topic. The content is delivered with a scholarly depth, though still accessible by students at different levels. The book offer explains for the three phases of radicalization, covering emerging topics such as women's involvement in terrorism, fear of terrorism, the code of the terrorist, and suicide terrorism. This is the first book in the Advances in Criminological Theory Series to address the issue of terrorism and emphasizes the use of theory for future research development. The style and content coverage of the book make it appropriate as a supplemental text in undergraduate courses on terrorism and political violence. The inclusion of current empirical literature and guidance for future research efforts gives the text appeal for graduate students and academics in the disciplines of criminology/criminal justice, political science, sociology, and interdisciplinary terrorism studies. The emphasis on theory and the radicalization process throughout the text will also make the book useful as a reference for general graduate-level theory courses within these areas"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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