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This article aims to present the new phenomenon of violence in the 21st century as terrorism in the urban area or urban terrorism is the key issue. Terrorism in contemporary period differs from rural insurgency, which was the pattern of violence since the midth century.
Rural insurgency was characterized by locations of operations or targets. To put it another way, the geographical aspect of rural insurgency was remote from crowded community.
However, at present days terrorist violence occurs mainly in urban area. This article will point out 3 main issues. First, urban terrorism demonstrates new pattern of contemporary violence, which are car bomb, human or suicide bomb, and lone-actor or lone wolf terrorism.
Finally, the recommendations to handle and counter such violence rely on the concept of new environmental and building design. Quick jump to page content. Home Archives Vol. Published: Dec 9, Abstract This article aims to present the new phenomenon of violence in the 21st century as terrorism in the urban area or urban terrorism is the key issue.
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Coupled with the instructor and student resources, this text is a perfect introduction to the field. Discussion of policies and counterterrorism has been augmented to help students understand the challenges, perspectives, and issues relevant to terrorism today. He began his academic career as a member of the faculty of the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh, where he was an Administration of Justice professor. His current research and professional interests are terrorism and extremism, homeland security, the administration of justice, and juvenile justice.
Which of the following statements is most accurate regarding the American definition of terrorism?