CRMJ 362 Sociology of Terrorism

This course will explore sociological (and other related social-scientific) approaches to various aspects of terrorism and counter-terrorism, including topics such as the social construction of terrorism, why terrorism arises, why individuals choose to become terrorists, the effects of terrorism on society, and the effects of different counter-terrorism policies. The course focuses on analyzing and evaluating empirical studies of terrorism and counterterrorism, including the development of proposals for research that would improve upon previous studies.




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