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By National Research Council, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Center for Social and Economic Studies, Panel on Understanding Terrorists in Order to Deter Terrorism, Faith Mitchell, Neil J. Smelser

This record addresses the query of what terrorists carry in price. this query is posed with a view to examine a few capability and methods for deterring, deflecting, or fighting terrorist actions. The document ways the query on numerous degrees, relocating from using momentary deterrent options to the amendment of the wider contexts and stipulations conducive to terrorist actions in the end. The document makes a speciality of modern Islamic extremist terrorism yet bargains with regularly occurring dimensions in lots of instances.

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Discouraging Terrorism

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As such they are—like other aspects of terrorism—relatively unfamiliar to those who study organizations, who have focused more on formal organizations, such as corporations, hospitals, universities, civil service bureaucracies, voluntary organizations, and organizations developed to direct the activities of social movements. As a result, there are only some, mainly indirect insights about terrorist organizations from the literature on formal organizations. The characteristics of terrorist organizations can be understood by tracing out the implications of the fact that terrorism must be simultaneously invisible and at the same time coordinated for preparing and executing terrorist activities.

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