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Islamic Terrorism In The United States – The Association Of Religious Fundamentalism With Social Isolation & Paths Leading To Extreme Violence Through Processes Of Radicalization., Shay Shiran
This exploratory study focuses on identifying motivations for religious terrorism and Islamic terrorism in the United States in particular. Terrorism is a crime of extreme violence with the end purpose of political influence. This crime is challenging to encounter for its multi-faced characteristics, the unusual motivations of its actors, and their semi-militant conduct. The hypothesis of this study asserts that religious terrorists are radicalized by passing from fundamental to extreme devout agendas, caused by isolation from the dominant society, and resulted in high potential to impose those agendas by extreme violence. Under the theoretical framework of subculture in criminology, this ...
Volume 1, Issue 2
International Journal on Responsibility
Introduction: Terry Beitzel, Types of Responsibility: Challenges and Opportunities
3 – 5 Howard Zehr, Restorative Justice and the Gandhian Tradition.
6 – 26 Richard E. Rubenstein, Responsibility for Peacemaking in the Context of Structural Violence.
27 – 64 Marc Pufong, Terror, Insecurity, State Responsibility and Challenges: Yesterday and Today?
65 – 77 Ron Kraybill, Responsibility, Community and Conflict Resolution in an Age of Polarization.
78 – 96 John Fairfield, Beyond non-violence to courtship.
97 – 98 Call for papers for forthcoming issues of the International Journal on Responsibility and instructions for authors.