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Coming Out as a Radical -- or Coming In?


Coming Out as a Radical -- or Coming In? (References)

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Bouchard, Martin  (Ed.).    Social Networks, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism: radical and connected. Routledge, 2015.

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Browne, John / Nuttall, Robin / Stadlen, Tommy.  Connect: how companies succeed by engaging radically with society. W H Allen 2015.

Campana, Aurélie / Lapointe, Luc.  The structural "root" causes of nonsuicide terrorism: a systematic scoping review. Terrorism and Political Violence, 24, 2012, 1, pp. 79-104.

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de Quincey, Christian.  Radical Nature: rediscovering the soul of matter. Invisible Cities Press, 2002.

Dehai, Liu.  Terrorism Root Cause Analysis Based on Subjective Game Model. Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, 2008. [abstract]

Wilson, Paul F. / Dell, Larry D. / Anderson, Gaylord F.  Root Cause Analysis: a tool for total quality management. ASQ Quality Press. 1993.

Post, Jerrold M. / Sprinzak, Ehud / Denny, Laurita.  The terrorists in their own words: Interviews with 35 incarcerated Middle Eastern terrorists. Terrorism and Political Violence, 15, 2003, 1, pp. 171-184.

Edmonds, Martin / Cerny, Oldrich  (Eds.).    Future NATO Security: addressing the challenges of evolving sscurity and information sharing systems and architectures. IOS Press, 2004.

Ehrenreich, Barbara.  Smile Or Die: How Positive Thinking Fooled America and the World. Picador; 2010.

Brannan, David W. / Esler, Philip F. / Strindberg, Anders.  Talking to "terrorists": Towards an independent analytical framework for the study of violent substate activism. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 24, 2001, 1, pp. 3-24.

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Ganor, Boaz.  Global Alert: the rationality of modern Islamist terrorism and the challenge to the liberal democratic world. Columbia University Press, 2015.

Ganor, Boaz.  Hypermedia Seduction for Terrorist Recruiting. Ios Press, 2007.

Gordon, Rebecca.  Mainstreaming Torture: ethical approaches to the post-9/11 United States. Oxford University Press, 2014.

Gordon, Rebecca.  American Nuremberg: the officials who should stand trial for post 9/11 war crimes. Hot Books, 2016.

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Har, Amihud.  A systems engineering approach to counterterrorism. In: The dark side of creativity edited by David H. Cropley, Arthur J. Cropley, James C. Kaufman and Mark A. Runco, Cambridge University Press, 2010, pp. 329-338.

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Hruka, Domagoj.  Radical Decision Making: leading strategic change in complex organizations. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

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Lakoff, George / Johnson, Mark.  Philosophy In The Flesh: the embodied mind and its challenge to western thought. Basic Books, 1999.

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Campana, Aurélie / Lapointe, Luc.  The structural "root" causes of nonsuicide terrorism: a systematic scoping review. Terrorism and Political Violence, 24, 2012, 1, pp. 79-104.

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McBride, Megan K.  The Logic of Terrorism: existential anxiety, the search for meaning and terrorist ideologies. Terrorism and Political Violence, 23, 2011, 4, pp. 560-581.

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Lakoff, George / Núñez, Rafael E.  Where Mathematics Comes From: how the embodied mind brings mathematics into being. Basic Books, 2000. [summary]

Browne, John / Nuttall, Robin / Stadlen, Tommy.  Connect: how companies succeed by engaging radically with society. W H Allen 2015.

Oreskes, Naomi / Conway, Erik M.  Merchants of Doubt: how a handful of scientists obscured the truth on issues from tobacco smoke to global warming. Bloomsbury Press, 2010.

Perdue, William D.  Terrorism and the State: a critique of domination through fear. ABC-CLIO, 1989.

Post, Jerrold M. / Sprinzak, Ehud / Denny, Laurita.  The terrorists in their own words: Interviews with 35 incarcerated Middle Eastern terrorists. Terrorism and Political Violence, 15, 2003, 1, pp. 171-184.

Powell, Jonathan.  Terrorists at the Table: why negotiating is the only way to peace. Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

Powell, Jonathan.  Talking to Terrorists: how to end armed conflicts. Vintage, 2014.

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Ranstorp, Magnus  (Ed.).    Mapping Terrorism Research: State of the Art, Gaps and Future Direction. Routledge, 2006.

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Post, Jerrold M. / Sprinzak, Ehud / Denny, Laurita.  The terrorists in their own words: Interviews with 35 incarcerated Middle Eastern terrorists. Terrorism and Political Violence, 15, 2003, 1, pp. 171-184.

Browne, John / Nuttall, Robin / Stadlen, Tommy.  Connect: how companies succeed by engaging radically with society. W H Allen 2015.

Aly, Anne / Striegher, Jason-Leigh.  Examining the role of religion in radicalization to violent Islamist extremism. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 35, 2012, 12, pp. 849-862.

Brannan, David W. / Esler, Philip F. / Strindberg, Anders.  Talking to "terrorists": Towards an independent analytical framework for the study of violent substate activism. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 24, 2001, 1, pp. 3-24.

Taylor, Donald M. / Winnifred, Louis.  Terrorism and the quest for identity. In Understanding terrorism. American Psychological Association, 2004, pp. 169-185.

King, Michael / Taylor, Donald M.  The radicalization of homegrown jihadists: A review of theoretical models and social psychological evidence. Terrorism and Political Violence, 23, 2011, 4, pp. 602-622.

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Wilson, Paul F. / Dell, Larry D. / Anderson, Gaylord F.  Root Cause Analysis: a tool for total quality management. ASQ Quality Press. 1993.

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Zizek, Slavoj.  Living In The End Times. Verso, 2010.