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NCJ Number: 31466 Find in a Library
Title: TERRORISM AND INTERNATIONAL ORDER
Journal: AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY  Volume:8  Issue:2  Dated:(JUNE 1975)  Pages:101-111
Author(s): K MILTE
Corporate Author: Australian and New Zealand Soc of Criminology
Dept of Criminology
Australia
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 11
Sponsoring Agency: Australian and New Zealand Soc of Criminology
Parkville Victoria ,3052, Australia
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Australia
Annotation: THE STRATEGY AND TACTICS OF TERRORIST GROUPS FORCE EXTRAORDINARY MEASURES AND NECESSITATE CHANGES IN DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL LAW BY GOVERNMENTS DESIRING TO CURB THE TREND.
Abstract: TERRORISM IS DEFINED IN TERMS OF CURRENT LITERATURE. THE DISRUPTIVE TACTICS OF TERRORISTS ARE SEEN AS ENHANCED THROUGH AMPLIFICATION IN MEDIA COVERAGE. THE EXISTENTIAL ASPECTS OF TERRORISM ARE DISCUSSED AND THE TERRORIST 1S EXAMINED FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF NATIONAL LIBERATION IN WHICH 'ONE MAN'S TERRORIST IS ANOTHER MAN'S FREEDOM FIGHTER'. MEASURES FOR THE PREVENTION OF TERRORISM ARE SUGGESTED; INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IS SEEN AS A NECESSITY.
Index Term(s): Crime prevention measures; International cooperation; Revolutionary or terrorist groups; Terrorism/Mass Violence; Violence
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