Publisher description for The new era of terrorism : selected readings / [editor] Gus Martin.
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September 11, 2001 affected every sector of society in the United States. In order to restore the nationís sense of well-being, a new Department of Homeland Security was implemented and new legislation such as the USA Patriot Act was established. Internationally, governments cooperated to disrupt terrorist cells as part of a global effort to break up extremist networks - signifying a new era of terrorism.
The New Era of Terrorism: Selected Readings is a collection of edited articles on policy issues that have emerged since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, as well as relevant events that immediately preceded the attacks. The compelling articles in this reader are from reputable journals and magazines such as The Atlantic Monthly and The New Republic and have been written by renowned scholars in the field of terrorism. Editor Gus Martin provides an introduction to each chapter that summarizes the major issues and topics covered within the chapter.
Features of this text:
Examines terrorism in the modern era and offers expert analysis of the post-September 11, 2001 environment
Delivers a current perspective on terrorism and examines the challenges that must be dealt with by the United States and nation states around the world
Develops topics logically by incrementally building upon concepts covered in previous chapters
Stimulates critical thinking by presenting provocative articles and essays taken from respected publications and providing recommended readings for further discussion
The New Era of Terrorism is an excellent supplement to Gus Martinís Understanding Terrorism: Challenges, Perspectives, and Issues (2003) or any other terrorism textbook. This anthology is recommended for advanced undergraduate and graduate students studying terrorism, homeland security, political conflict, social movements, criminal justice issues, and law enforcement. It can be used in a wide range of courses in the fields of Administration of Justice, Political Science, Criminal Justice, Sociology, and Public Administration.
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
War on Terrorism, 2001-