Perspectives on immigration and terrorism [electronic resource] / edited by Giovanni Maria Ruggiero ... [et al.].
- Washington, D.C. : IOS Press, 2011.
- Conference Name:
- Perspectives on Immigration and Terrorism (2010 : Milan, Italy)
NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Perspectives on Immigration and Terrorism
- NATO science for peace and security series. Human and societal dynamics ; E, v. 78.
NATO science for peace and security series. E, Human and societal dynamics, 1874-6276 ; v. 78
1 online resource (160 p.)
- Emigration and immigration -- Congresses.
Terrorism -- Congresses.
- Electronic books.
- Globalization, accompanied by more options for communication, has led to sweeping changes which mean that the economic, political and cultural realities of one country may influence those of other countries, despite them being geographically far apart. Increased migration, both within and across national borders, serves only to amplify the potential problems that this can cause. Trauma and violence are often associated with the migration process, and even where they are not, migration and immigration represent a massive challenge to individuals which frequently involves loss of identity, alien
- Title; Introduction to Perspectives on Immigration and Terrorism; Contents; Psychological Aspects of Terrorism; Religious Revitalization in the West; Defining Objectives for Future Research into Radicalization and Terrorism among European Muslims; The Principle of Distinction: Blurring Civilians and Soldiers; The Influence of Identification with Terrorism on the Integration Process: The Case of French Gendarmes with a Migrant Origin; Immigration as a Possible Trajectory for Political Radicalism and Terror; Youth Violence and Immigration: The Trauma Perspective
Considerations over Factors Empowering Radicalization in the European UnionImpact of Immigration on Mental Health: Moroccan Origin Women in Israel; Arabic Family in Transition: The Case of Palestinians Living in Israel; Choc of Civilisations and New Muslim Migrants; Situational Influences on Sympathy for Radical Beliefs: The Contributions of Anger and Socioeconomic Status; Australians' Attitudes toward Culturally Similar and Culturally Dissimilar Migrants; Radicalisation as a Constructive Choice: Possible Research Directions
The Sense of National Belonging as a Buffer against Stress Resulting from National Terror: Some Possible Inferences Regarding the Sense of Not-BelongingGrowing-up Amidst Military Violence: Socio-Ecological Implication of Resilience in Palestine; Subject Index; Author Index
- "Published in cooperation with NATO Emerging Security Challenges Division."
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
- NATO Emerging Security Challenges Division.
Ruggiero, Giovanni Maria.
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