Suicide Terrorism: Understanding, Controlling, Preventing - Wiley Series in Psychology of Crime, Policing and Law (Paperback)A. Silke
Paperback Published: 28/10/2005
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Although suicide terrorism has a long history, recent trends suggest that there has been an increase in the number of terrorist groups prepared to use suicide tactics, and that such attacks are becoming more common across the globe. In the past twenty years, 17 different terrorist organizations in 15 different countries have used suicide attacks. This book will give an up to date account of what is known about suicide terrorism, the motivation behind the attacks, the psychology of suicide terrorists and the impact of such attacks. This book includes chapters: A History of Suicide Terrorism; The Psychology of Suicide Terrorists; How and Why Terrorist Groups Use Suicide Tactics; The Impact of Suicide Terror; Trends and Patterns in Suicide Terror; and Winning and Losing the War on Suicide Terror. This subject is highly topical, offers comprehensive overview of suicide terrorism, and included in the Wiley Series in Crime, Policing and Law.
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd