basedon the material covered in Gus Martin’s textbook (understanding terrorism 4th edition)and the articles available in the Supplementary Reading Packets, provide your own definition of terrorism and defend it.Additional Guidelines:
- Your paper should include a title page, an abstract, no less than 3 pages of written text (1-inch margins, 12-point font, double-spaced), and a bibliography.
- The body of your text will include an introduction stating the purpose of your paper, several well-formulated paragraphs of no less than five sentences with appropriate transition sentences between them, and a conclusion bringing your paper to an orderly close.
- You must use your textbook and at least two articles from the Supplementary Reading Materials as primary sources for your paper.
- Your entire paper – from the layout to the citations – must conform to APA format.
- When your paper is complete, submit it to the dropbox in Week 2.
Norway Suspect Claims to be Part of Terror Network
Norway Attacks: Breivik’s Father “So Shocked”
White House Report to Detail Anti-Extremism Effort
Hezbollah: Terrorist Organization or Liberation Fighters?https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b015n05l
Download Supplementary Reading Packet – All Files
Or, if you have a slower connection, you can download the files individually:
- Terrorism : The Problem of Definition Revisited
- The United States of America Vis-à-Vis Terrorism : The Super Power’s Weaknesses and Mistakes
- Notes on Punishment and Terrorism
- International Law and Terrorism
- Security or Freedom First?
- Dying for ‘Enduring Freedom’
- On Fighting Terrorism Justly
- Martyrdom Contracts
- On the Frequency of Severe Terrorist Events
- Understanding the ‘War on Terrorism’: Responses to 11 September 2001
- New frontiers of terrorism research: An introduction
- War, Lies, and Videotape: Public Diplomacy and the USA’s War on Terrorism
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