|CHAPTER 1||The Paradoxes of Terrorism||3|
|PART II||CAUSES AND DYNAMICS||9|
|CHAPTER 2||Conditions and Causes of Terrorism||11|
|CHAPTER 3||Ideological Bases of Terrorist Behavior||54|
|CHAPTER 4||Motivation, Social Origins, Recruitment, Groups, Audiences, and the Media in the Terrorism Process||90|
|PART III||CONSEQUENCES AND CONTROL||121|
|CHAPTER 5||Anticipating, Experiencing, and Responding to Terrorist Attacks||123|
|CHAPTER 6||Discouraging Terrorism||160|
|CHAPTER 7||The Long-Term International Context of Terrorism||200|
|APPENDIX||The Infernal Problems of Definition and Designation||229|
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Publication information: Book title: The Faces of Terrorism: Social and Psychological Dimensions. Contributors: Neil J. Smelser - Author. Publisher: Princeton University Press. Place of publication: Princeton, NJ. Publication year: 2007. Page number: v.
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