Strategic and Methodological Approaches (First Edition)
Edited by Kyle Kattelman, Monique M. Chouraeshkenazi, and Francis Boateng
Paperback, 374 pages
ISBN: 978-1-5165-2909-4 ©2019
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    Terrorism: Strategic and Methodological Approaches is an anthology that provides students with foundational knowledge on the subject of terrorism and the research processes that help those in the field understand terrorism and counterterrorism.

    The collection emphasizes logical analysis and the scientific method, providing students ample opportunity to apply critical thinking skills to the examination of historical trends, ideologies, and motivation and recruitment. The text includes thought-provoking readings that explore the scientific study of terrorism, its definition and classification, and strategic interactions and terrorist tactics. Students learn about the relationship between transnational terrorism and democracy and the complexity of religion, terrorism, and organizations like ISIS and Al-Qaeda.

    Featuring timely content and insightful readings, Terrorism is an ideal textbook for courses in terrorism, counterterrorism, and research methods related to the study of terrorism.

    Kyle Kattelman, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the School of Criminal Justice, Political Science & International Affairs at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He earned his doctorate degree in political science from the University of Missouri and his master’s in political science from Eastern Illinois University.
    A former antiterrorism instructor for the United States Air force, Dr. Monique M. Chouraeshkenazi served over thirteen years of active duty service specializing in cyber-security, knowledge operations, and security management. She earned a Ph.D. in public policy at Walden University, where she focused on terrorism, mediation, and peace. Dr. Chouraeshkenazi teaches at American Public University System as an associate professor for the School of Security and Global Studies. She is also a lead adjunct professor for the School of Graduate and Degree Completions Programs in criminal justice at Tiffin University and an adjunct professor at Southern New Hampshire University. Currently, Dr. Chouraeshkenazi is pursuing a doctorate in forensic psychology at the Eisner Institute of Professional Studies.
    Francis Boateng, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of legal studies at the University of Mississippi. He earned his doctorate and master’s degrees in criminal justice and criminology from Washington State University.
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