3 edition of Talking terrorism found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Language of political violence|
|LC Classifications||HV 6431 H455 2003 REF|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 220 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||2003044071|
Jason McCue Terrorism is a failed brand In this gripping talk, lawyer Jason McCue urges for a new way to attack terrorism, to weaken its credibility with those who are buying the product — the recruits. He shares stories of real cases where he and other activists used this approach to . This is a Wikipedia Book, a collection of articles which can be downloaded electronically or ordered in dia Books are maintained by the Wikipedia community, particularly WikiProject dia Books can also be tagged by the banners of any relevant Wikiprojects (with |class=book). Book This book does not require a rating on the project's quality scale.
The Quran contains at least verses that speak of war with nonbelievers, usually on the basis of their status as non-Muslims. Some are quite graphic, with commands to chop off heads and fingers and kill infidels wherever they may be hiding. Muslims who do not join the fight are called 'hypocrites' and warned that Allah will send them to Hell. Chapter One: Talking to Terrorists Introduction Talking to Terrorists, written by Robin Soans and directed by Max Stafford-Clark, was produced by Stafford-Clark‟s company, Out of Joint, in The play was compiled by Soans from a series of interviews conducted by the writer, director and actors.
Talking terrorism (TT) is not the kind of book typically reviewed in this journal. It is not explicitly about the analysis of language; rather, it is an illustration of the way language can Author: Robin Lakoff. How to talk to terrorists The long read World news When it comes to terrorism, governments seem to suffer from a collective amnesia. his new book Talking to Terrorists.
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"Talking to Terrorists is an arresting, highly readable book that has made a major and classic contribution to our study and understanding of terrorism." --Stephen Sloan, The Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism " a fascinating study of pathways to violent radicalization, based on her very impressive fieldwork."/5(52).
"Talking to Terrorists: Why America Must Engage with Its Enemies" by Mark Perry (). A review by Michael Rubin in the Fall "Middle East Quarterly" found much to fault in Perry's book. From some of Rubin's comments: "Perry contends that it was dialogue rather than the military surge that ultimately ended Iraq's civil by: 6.
Talking Terrorism: A Dictionary of the Loaded Language of Political Violence. Anarchist, freedom fighter, fundamentalist, terrorist.2/5(2). From jungle clearings to stately homes and anonymous airport hotels, Talking to Terrorists puts us in the room with the terrorists, secret agents and go-betweens who seek to change the course of history.
Jonathan Powell has spent nearly two decades mediating between governments and terrorist organisations/5. Talking Terrorism is a splendid foray into an area heretofore unexplored.
The work deals with the language that eulogizes violence and promotes bigotry, hatred, and death; it uncovers the truth behind lies and propaganda. Language can shape a nation's identity or.
Talking terrorism: a dictionary of the loaded language of political violence Item Preview "Following an A-to-Z format, this book identifies and defines terms in dictionary style, then explores the charged meanings of the words, often with usage examples. Cross-references direct readers to related words, illuminating the complicated web of Pages: A controversial and timely book by BBC reporter and terrorism expert Peter Taylor.
In ‘Talking to Terrorists’ Peter Taylor takes us on a personal journey, quoting from diaries written at the time, as he reveals what it was like to come face-to-face with IRA terrorists and Islamic jihadis.
“ The fundamentalist seeks to bring down a great deal more than buildings. Such people are against, to offer just a brief list, freedom of speech, a multi-party political system, universal adult suffrage, accountable government, Jews, homosexuals, women's rights, pluralism, secularism, short skirts, dancing, beardlessness, evolution theory, sex.
Terrorism involves activities such as assassinations, bombings, random killings, and hijackings. Used for political, not military, purposes, and most typically by groups too weak to mount open assaults, it is a modern tool of the alienated, and its psychological impact on the public has increased because of extensive coverage by the media.
Talking to Terrorists is an account, spanning over a decade, of traveling through the West Bank and Gaza, into the prisons in Iraq, down the alleyways of the Casa Blanca slums, inside Chechnya, into the radicalized neighborhoods of Belgium, the UK, France and the Netherlands, sitting with the hostages of Beslan and Nord Ost, and talking to terrorists.
As Peter Wanless, Chief Executive of the NSPCC, points out in the Foreword to Talking about Terrorism: “If we are to reassure our young people, encourage their tolerance of others, and prevent them from being groomed into acts that could hurt themselves or others, we must talk with them and educate.
The best books on Terrorism recommended by Mary Habeck. The Professor of Strategic Studies at Johns Hopkins University picks five books you must read to understand the War on Terror, starting with one that tries to define what terrorism is.
The book is an enthralling case study of the art, in which Powell carefully establishes his argument for why dialogue with terror groups is usually necessary -- Anthony Loyd, New Statesman It is a witty, light-footed, anecdote-rich history of the recent art of talking to terrorists -- Justin Webb, The Times/5(15).
This widely used book’s fourth edition – and the author’s second textbook on terrorism – is a multidisciplinary, comprehensive examination of terrorism in general and terrorist incidents in particular.
Also noteworthy is the coverage of major theories on terrorism, case studies, terrorist group profiles, and significant events.
Talking to Strangers is a classically Gladwellian intellectual adventure, a challenging and controversial excursion through history, psychology, and scandals taken straight from the news. He revisits the deceptions of Bernie Madoff, the trial of Amanda Knox, the suicide of Sylvia Plath, the Jerry Sandusky pedophilia scandal /5(19).
Talking to Terrorists is a play written by Robin Soans. It was first performed at the Theatre Royal, Bury St. Edmunds, England, on 21 April  The play is written in the style of verbatim theatre where all of the dialogue is taken from real interviews and then recreated on stage.
The definition and understanding of "terrorism" is in a state of unprecedented evolution. No longer are acts of terrorism rare and far-flung. Following the horrendous attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, U.S.
citizens have had their eyes opened to a new world where this nightmare stalks the daily news and is never far from ing Terrorism brings together some. Talking About Terrorism want to write. We welcome submissions up to words of research, analysis, video analysis and book reviews related to terrorism, counter-terrorism, security and defense and strategic policy.
We may accept material that has been already published with prior consultation. Government Book Talk editor Michele Bartram writes a two-part interview with author Col. Robert Cassidy about his new, critically acclaimed book, War, Will, and Warlords: Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan and Pakistan,which covers the causes and consequences of counterinsurgency in that troubled region and recommendations for future.
Talking to Terrorists combines first-rate scholarship with relevant policy analysis, illuminating a shadowy diplomatic history that can help states decide if it may be advantageous to talk to their enemies. It is by far the best book to date on a widely misunderstood, contentious and.
This is what makes ‘Talking about Terrorism’ and its companion volume ‘Radicalisation and Terrorism’ so valuable for teachers who have to help their pupils gain an understanding of this horrible phenomenon/5(13).
71 episodes Talking Terror is a podcast series presented and produced by Dr. John F. Morrison, a senior lecturer in criminology at Royal Holloway, University of London. In the episodes John talks to world leading experts of terrorism and extremism about their research findings and its impact/5(20).
Book Overview Dr. Speckhard gives the inside story of what puts vulnerable individuals on the terrorist trajectory and what might make them back off of it. With more than interviews with terrorists and their friends, family members, and hostages, she is one of the few experts to have such a breadth of experience.