1. Provide three real world (historical) examples of violent methods that have the same goal as terrorism according to this class (Schmid), but are not considered terrorism. Explain how they are different from terrorism and how they are the same and provide details of the real world incident. This will take some research on your part. Each example should be no less than a paragraph; it is not possible to sufficiently answer in less.
PART Two (Short-answer questions are valued at 80 points):
According to this class:
1.What is meant by, “terrorism is just war by other means?”
2 Terrorism has only one goal. What is it?
3 What are the three actors of terrorism?
4 Terrorists seek to elicit a _________ arousal.
5. What differentiates terrorism from other types of crimes involving murder and violence?
6. What does Horgan mean when he writes, “the monopoly over the use of violence?”
7. What is suggested as the peacetime equivalent of war crimes?
8. From a terrorist perspective, provide an example for each…”ends”, “ways”, and “means.”
9. What is meant by “explanatory fiction?”
10. Is there one psychological profile for a terrorist?
11. Using a terrorist organization, provide an example of the duality of terrorism.
12. What is the frustration-aggression hypothesis as it relates to terrorism?
13. What is the narcissism and narcissism-aggression hypothesis as it relates to terrorism?
14. Which category or type of terrorist present the highest percentage of mental disorders?
15. What character traits do terrorist recruiters and leaders seek when search for new members?
16. What is the definition of a psychopath?
17. What is the “fundamental attribution error” as applied to terrorism?
18. List the three distinct phases leading to terrorism involvement.
19. What is a triggering factor?
20. Kleinmann suggests there are three interelated level by which one can become involved in terrorism…what are they?