Publication Year: 2010
Authors/Editor: Canter, David
An international, multi-disciplinary team explores the many different facets of terrorism, investigating what it means to be a terrorist and what terrorism means for society.
Covering a highly topical subject, the text is interdisciplinary in nature, bringing together experts from psychology, psychiatry, law and policing. It considers the full cycle from how terrorists view the world to the public perception of terrorist acts and facilitates effective responses to terrorism.
Faces of Terrorism, The: Multidisciplinary Perspectives