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Strategies for Intervention

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US$ 52.95
Written for threat assessment professionals in the post-9/11 era, this timely book will help you understand the motivation to commit acts of terror, the thinking patterns common to many terrorists, the psychology of Muslim fundamentalists, methods for predicting the likelihood of chemical/biological attacks, and a great deal more. You'll learn about hostage/barricade situations and the role of the crisis negotiator, including victim/perpetrator psychology and factors that indicate progress is being made in a crisis negotiation and factors that imply imminent lethality. Terrorism: Strategies for Intervention is an essential resource for anyone working against terrorism in any form it may take.
Taylor and Francis; February 2013
128 pages; ISBN 9781136417719
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