PART I: A BASIC INTRODUCTION TO TERRORISM. 1. Terrorism Defined. 2. Conceptualizing Terrorism: Criminological, Political, and Religious Underpinnings. 3. The Organization and Financing of Terrorism. 4. Terrorism and the Media. 5. Tactics and Force Multipliers. PART II: HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF TERRORISM. 6. The Beginnings of Modern Terrorism. 7. The Irish Troubles. 8. Latin American Influences on Terrorism. 9. Background to the Middle East. PART III: TERRORISM TODAY. 10. The Question of Israel and Palestine. 11. International Umbrella Groups and Terror Networks. 12. Africa, Asia, and the Pacific Rim. 13. Europe, Turkey, and Russia. 14. The Structure and Study of Domestic Terrorism. PART IV: HOMELAND SECURITY. 15. An Introduction to Homeland Security and Terrorism Prevention. 16. Law Enforcement Bureaucracy and Homeland Security. 17. Homeland Security and Civil Liberties.
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About the Author
Jonathan R. White--a national expert on the topic of terrorism--is executive director of the Homeland Security Initiative. Immediately prior to that appointment, Dr. White served as dean of Social Sciences at Grand Valley State University. He has instructed on terrorism, militarism, criminology, police administration, philosophy, and justice in Western civilization. Since 1998, he has worked as an adjunct instructor with the State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training (SLATT) Program. A recognized expert on Middle Eastern extremism, Dr. White used his knowledge to develop and strengthen the SLATT program on international terrorism.