The Place of Criminology in the Study of Terrorism: Implications for Homeland Security
Onwudiwe, Ihekwoaba D., African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies : AJCJS
In this article, I intend to describe the history of terrorism, provide an explanation of some aspects of criminological theories related to the study of terrorism, and briefly articulate the link between criminology, terrorism, and homeland security. While criminology has made significant contributions in the understanding of crime in general, the literature on terrorism and homeland security by criminologists is still emerging. Arguably, this treatise calls for this void to be filled by criminologists, because terrorism and homeland security appropriately belong within the perimeters of criminology. This article employs the methodology of content analysis as used in …
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Publication information: Article title: The Place of Criminology in the Study of Terrorism: Implications for Homeland Security. Contributors: Onwudiwe, Ihekwoaba D. - Author. Journal title: African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies : AJCJS. Volume: 3. Issue: 1 Publication date: July 2007. Page number: 50+. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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