Table of contents for Dimensions of terrorism / edited by Alan O'Day.


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1 HH A. Cootper 2001), Terrorism: The Problem of efinition Revisited',
American Behavioral Scientist 44 pp. 881- 93.                             1
"2  Charles L, Ruby (2002), 'The Definition of Terrorism',. nallyses of Social Issues
and Publclic P cy, pp. 9-14                                             15
3  Thomas J. Badey (998), 'Defining Internana l Terrorism: A Pragmatic
Approach', Terrorism and Political Vio lence. 10, pp 90- 107.           21
4  Daniel M. Schwartz (1998), 'Environmental Terrorism: Analyzing the Concept',
i.ournal of Peace Research, 35, pp. 483-96.                              39
5   ack P. Gibbs ( 989), 'Concepualization of Terrorism', Aimrican Sociological
Review, 54, pp. 329-40.                                                  53
6 Joel Beinin (2003), 'Is Terrorism a Useful Term in Understanding the Middle East
and the Palestinian-I raeli Conflict?', Radical History Review, 85, pp. 12-23  65
7  Michael W. Sonnliner (1987), 'Of Logic and Liberation: Frantz Fanon on
'errorism', lournal of Black Studies, 17, pp. 287-304.                   77
8 Jean Baudrillard (2002) 'L'Esprit du Terrorisme' South Atlantic Quarterly, 101,
pp. 403-15                                                               95
9  David Cla iddge (1996), State Teroism? Applying a Definitional Model',
Terrorism and Political Viole e, 8, pp 47-63.                          109
10 Paul Bradley Davis (1996), American Experiences and the Contemporary
Perception of Terrorism, Snmall Wars and lnsurgencies, 7, pp. 220-42.    27
SJohn Gearson (2002), 'The Nature of Modern Terrorism', Political Quarterly,
pp. 7- 2                                                                151
12 Rach-el Monaghan (2000), 'Single-Issue Terrorism: A Neglected Phenomenon?'f
Studies in Conflict ind Terrorisni, 23, pp. 255-65.                     169
13 Ronald D. Crelinsten (2002), 'Analysing Terrorism and Counter terrorism: A
Comimuication Model', Terrorism and Political Violeice, 14, pp. 77-122   81
14  David Tucker (2001), 'What is New about the New Terrorism and How Dangerous
is It?', 7errorism and Political Violence, 13, pp. 1-14,                227
15  Andrew Silke (1996), 'Terrorism and the Blind Men's Elephant', Terrorisi and
Political Violence, 8, pp. 12-28.                                       21
16  Victor T, LeVine (1995), 'The Logomachy of Terrorism: On the Political Uses
and Abuses of Definition', T7crrorism and Political Violence, 7, pp. 45-59.  25
17 Christopher C. Harmon (2001), 'Five Strategies of Terrorism' Snall Wars and
bnsurgencies, 12, pp 39-6.                                              275
18  Everett L. Wheeler (1991), 'Terrorism and Military Theory: An Historical
Perspective', in Clark McCauley (ed.), Terrorism Research and Public Policy,
London: Frank Cass, pp. 6-33.                                         303
19  Igor Primoratz (1997), The Morality of Terrorism', Journal ofApplied Philosophy
14, pp 221-33.                                                        333
20  Martha Crenshaw (1992), 'Current Research on Terrorism: The Academic
Perspective' Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 15, pp. 1-11.          347
21  Arie Merari (1993), 'Terrorism as a Strategy of Insurgency'. rrorism and
Political Violence, 5, pp. 213- 1.                                    359
22  Audrey Kurth Cronin (2002/03), 'Behind the Curve: Globalization an
International Terrorism', Internaonal Security, 27, pp 30-58.         399
23  Steven Simon and Daniel Benjamin (2000), 'America and the New  errorism',
Survival, 42, pp. 59-75.                                              429
24  Olivier Roy, Bruce Hoffman, Reuven Paz, Steven Simon and Daniel Benjamin
(2000), 'America and the New Terrorism: An Exchange', Survival, 42 pp. 156-72  447
25  Isabelle Sommier (2002), "'Terrorism" as Total Violence?', International Social
Science Journal, 174, pp. 473-81                                      465
26  Walter Enders and Todd Sandler (1999, 'Transnational Terrorism in the Post-Cold
War Era', International Studies Quarterly, 43, pp. 145-67.            475
27  Cohln Flint (2003), 'Terrorism and Counterrrorism: Geographic Research
Questions and Agendas'. Professional Geographer, 55, pp. 161-69       499
28  Charles L. Ruby (2002), 'Are Terrorists Mentally Deranged?', Analysis of Social
Issues and Public Policy, pp. 15-26.                                  509



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Terrorism