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NCJ Number: 30410 Find in a Library
Title: STUDY OF CONFLICT
Author(s): B CROZIER
Corporate Author: Institute for the Study of 12/12a Golden Square
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 23
Sponsoring Agency: Institute for the Study of 12/12a Golden Square
London, W1R 3AF, England
Type: Report (Study/Research)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: THE AUTHOR DEFINES THE CONCEPTS AND THEMES UNDER STUDY BY THE INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF CONFLICT IN ITS RESEARCH INTO THE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND MILITARY CAUSES AND MANIFESTATIONS OF UNREST AND CONFLICT IN THE WORLD.
Abstract: CONFLICT IS DEFINED AS THE BREAKDOWN OF THE STATE THROUGH INTERNAL CHALLENGES AND PRESSURES. THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS ARE THE INSTITUTE'S MAIN THEMATIC AND CONCEPTUAL CONCERNS: THE NATURE OF THE REBEL, IDEOLOGY AND INTELLECTUALS, PREVENTION AND REPRESSION, TERRORISM AND REVOLUTIONARY WAR, AND INTERNATIONAL LINKS AND STRATEGIC CONSEQUENCES. THESE ARE DISCUSSED AND ILLUSTRATED IN THIS PAPER. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT MODIFIED)
Index Term(s): Political influences; Research methods; Research organizations; Revolutionary or terrorist groups; Sovereignty offenses; Studies; Terrorism causes; Terrorist profiles; Urban guerrilla warfare
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