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Blaauw E. et al. 2002. "The Toll of Stalking: The Relationship Between Features of Stalking and Psychopathology of Victims." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 17 (1): 50-63. London: Sage Publications. As cited by National Center for Victim of Crime News and Policy Update, 6 February 2002.


Cohen, N. 1997. "Lessons Learned from Providing Disaster Counseling after TWA Flight 800." Psychiatric Services, 48.

Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma. 2002. Summary: A Study of Newspaper Journalists. Seattle, WA: University of Washington School of Communication.

National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC). 2001. Cyber Protests Related to the War on Terrorism, November, 2001. Washington, DC: Federal Bureau of Investigation.

National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC). 2001. Cyber Protests: The Threat to the U.S. Information Infrastructure, October 2001. Washington, DC: Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism (MIPT), P.O. Box 889, Oklahoma City, OK 73101. Phone: 405–232–5121; Fax: 405–232–5132; http://www.mipt.org.

Safe Horizons, 2 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10007. 24-hour September 11th Support Hotline: 866– 689–HELP (4357). http://www.safehorizons.org.

Seymour, A., and R. Finegan. 2001. The News Media Coverage of Terrorist Acts of September 11, 2001: Guidelines for Victims. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime.

Executive Orders

Bush, G. W. 8 October 2001. Executive Order Establishing Office of Homeland Security.

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