Table of contents for Understanding terrorism : psychosocial roots, consequences, and interventions / edited by Fathali M. Moghaddam and Anthony J. Marsella.


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Contributors...... .........................................ix
Preface  ................................................   xi
Acknowledgments  .......... .............................  xiii
Introduction ........................... ..........         3
Fathali M. Moghaddam and Anthony J. Marsella

I.  Foundations and Context ........................        9
    Chapter 1.  Reflections on International Terrorism:
                  Issues, Concepts, and Directions ............  11
                  Anthony J. Marsella
     Chapter 2.  Dishonest Crimes, Dishonest Language:
                  An Argument About Terrorism ............   49
                  Brien Hallett
     Chapter 3.  Peace and War in the Middle East:
                  A Psychopolitical and Sociocultural
                  Perspective .............. ... ............  69
                  Naji Abi-Hashem
     Chapter 4.  The Social Construction of Terrorism .......  91
                  Rom Harr6
     Chapter 5.  Cultural Preconditions for Potential Terrorist
                  Groups: Terrorism and Societal Change......  103
                  Fathali M. Moghaddam




II.  Psychosocial Context .............................  119
    Chapter 6.  The Role of Selective Moral Disengagement
                  in Terrorism and Counterterrorism ..........  121
                  Albert Bandura
    Chapter 7.  Understanding and Responding to
                  Group Violence: Genocide, Mass Killing,
                  and Terrorism  ..........................  151
                  Ervin Staub
    Chapter 8.  Terrorism and the Quest for Identity ........  169
                  Donald M. Taylor and Winnifred Louis
    Chapter 9.  Malevolent Minds: The Teleology
                  of Terrorism  ............................  187
                  Thomas F. Ditzler
    Chapter 10. Terrorism From a Peace Psychology
                  Perspective.............................  207
                  Richard V. Wagner and Katherine R. Long

III. Consequences of Terrorism .......................   221
     Chapter 11. The Psychosocial Aftermath of Terrorism ....  223
                  Yael Danieli, Brian Engdahl, and
                  William E. Schlenger
     Chapter 12. Terrorism and the Mental Health and
                  Well-Being of Refugees and Displaced
                  People  ................................  247
                  Michael G. Wessells
     Chapter 13. Psychology's Response to Terrorism .........  265
                  Ronald F. Levant, Laura Barbanel, and
                  Patrick H. DeLeon

References .......................... ...................  283

Author Index  ...........................................  315

Subject Index  ...........................................  323

About the  Editors ........................................  343





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Terrorism Psychological aspects, Terrorists Psychology, Social conflict Psychological aspects, Victims of terrorism Psychology, Psychic trauma, Terrorism Prevention