Religion and Global Terrorism
|POL 2525||3 Quarter Hours|
|Description||Explores the history of terrorism, the different categories, and varying interpretations of terrorism. Focuses on the economic, historical, philosophical, religious, social, and demographic causes of terrorism. Since 9/11, the public has been exposed to extensive media coverage of terrorism. Examines terrorism in the following contexts: state-supported, religious, ethnic/racial, and political.|
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