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Terrorism: Perspectives from the Behavioral and Social Sciences References Abootalebi, Ali R. 1999 Islam, Islamists, and Democracy. [Online]. Available: http://meria.idc.ac.il/journal/1999/issue1/jvol3no1in.html [Accessed June 26, 2002]. Alam, Shah 2000 Conservatives, Liberals and the Struggle Over Iranian Politics. [Online]. Available: http://www.ciaonet.org/olj/sa/sa_jun00als01.html [Accessed June 26, 2002]. Ansell, Christopher K. 2002 Schism and Solidarity in Social Movements: The Politics of Labor in the French Third Republic. New York: Cambridge University Press. Arquilla, John, and David Ronfeldt 2001 Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy. Santa Monica, CA: RAND. Carley, K., J. Lee, and D. Krackhardt 2001 Destabilizing networks. Connections 24(3): 31-34. Crenshaw, Martha 1981 The causes of terrorism. Comparative Politics 13:379-399. 1985 An organizational approach to the analysis of political terrorism. Orbis 29(3):465-489. 1987 Theories of terrorism: Instrumental and organizational approaches. Journal of Strategic Studies (Special Issue) 10(4):13-31. 2001 Terrorism. Pp. 15604-06 in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 23, Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (eds.). Oxford: Elsevier. Della Porta, Donatella 1992 Introduction: On individual motivations in underground political organizations. Pp. 3-28 in Social Movements and Violence: Participation in Underground Organizations, D. Donatella (ed.). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. Dow, Kirstin, Patrice Burns, and Susan L. Cutter 1999 To stay or leave: Residents’ evaluation of hurricane evacuation warnings. Pp. 107- 114 in Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conference, Vol 22, F. Andrew Schoolmaster (ed.). Charlotte, NC: University of South Carolina Hazards Research Lab. Dow, Kirstin, and Susan L. Cutter 1998 Crying wolf: Repeat responses to hurricane evacuation orders. Coastal Management 26: 237-252.
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Terrorism: Perspectives from the Behavioral and Social Sciences 2000 Public orders and personal opinions: Household strategies for hurricane risk assessment. Environmental Hazards 2(4):143-155. Erickson, B. 1981 Secret societies and social structures. Social Forces 60(1):188-210 Gallie, W. B. 1956 Essentially contested concepts. Pp. 157-98 in Proceedings of the Philosophical Society, Vol. 51. London: Harrison and Sons, Ltd. Hamzeh, A. Nizar 1997 Islamism in Lebanon: A Guide. [Online]. Available: http://meria.idc.ac.il/journal/1997/issue3/jvol1no3in.html [Accessed June 26, 2002]. Hoffman, Bruce 1998 Inside Terrorism. New York: Columbia University Press. Johnson, Larry C. 2001 The future of terrorism. American Behavioral Scientist 44(6):894-913. Juergensmeyer, Mark 2000 Terror in the Mind of God: The Global Rise of Religious Violence. Berkeley: University of California Press. Kerbs, V. E. 2001 Mapping networks of terrorist cells. Connections 24(3): 43-52. Lewis, Bernard 2002 What Went Wrong? Western Impact and Middle Eastern Response. New York: Oxford University Press. Library of Congress 1999 The Sociology and Psychology of Terrorism: Who Becomes a Terrorist and Why? Report prepared under an Interagency Agreement by the Federal Research Division, Hudson, Rex. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress. [Online]. Available: http://www.loc.gov/rr/frd/Sociology-Psychology%20of%20Terrorism.htm [Accessed: June 26, 2002] Maddy-Weitzman, Bruce 1996 The Islamic challenge in North Africa. Terrorism and Political Violence, 8(2):171-188 (Summer). McCauley, Clark In press Psychological issues in understanding terrorism and the response to terrorism. In The Psychology of Terrorism, Christopher Stout (ed.). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing. 2002 Understanding the 9/11 perpetrators: crazy, lost in hate, or martyred? In History Behind the Headlines, Vol. 5, N. Matuszak (ed.). Gale Publishing Group. McCauley, C.R., and M.E. Segal 1987 Social psychology of terrorist groups. In Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, Vol. 9 of Annual Review of Social and Personality Psychology, C. Hendrick, ed. Beverly Hills: Sage. Mead, Margaret 1965 And Keep Your Powder Dry: An Anthropologist Looks at American Life. New York: Morrow.  Mileti, D.S., C. Fitzpatrick, and B.C. Farhar 1990 Risk Communication and Public Response to the Parkfield Earthquake Prediction Experiment. Fort Collins, CO: Hazards Assessment Laboratory and Assessment Laboratory and Department of Sociology, Colorado State University.
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