Terrorists, Victims and Society: Psychological Perspectives on Terrorism and its Consequences
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About the Contributors.
PART I. THE TERRORISTS.
The Search for the Terrorist Personality (John Horgan).
Becoming a Terrorist (Andrew Silke).
The Psychology of Hostage-Taking (Margaret Wilson).
The Psychology of Cyber-Terrorism (Marc Rogers).
The Psychology of Suicidal Terrorism (Andrew Silke).
Leaving Terrorism Behind: An Individual Perspective (John Horgan).
PART II. VICTIMS OF TERRORISM.
The Psychological Impact of Isolated Acts of Terrorism (Ginny Sprang).
The Psychological Impact of Protracted Campaigns of Political Violence on Societies (Orla Muldoon).
Victims of Terrorism and the Media (Betty Pfefferbaum).
Examining the Impact of Terrorism on Children (Deborah Browne).
PART III. RESPONDING TO TERRORISM.
Retaliating Against Terrorism (Andrew Silke).
Terrorism and Imprisonment in Northern Ireland: A Psychological Perspective (Jacqueline Bates-Gaston).
Deterring Terrorists (Karl Seger).
“…all the contributions are perceptive…would appeal to anyone interested in the processes underlying terrorism…” (Forensic Update, Jan 2004)