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by Cameron I. Crouch

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Cameron I. Crouch
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978-0415484411
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Routledge; 1 edition (August 25, 2009)
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Contemporary Terrorism Studies - Regeneration, Recruitment and Attrition : Managing Terrorism and . Cameron I. Crouch (Auteur).

Contemporary Terrorism Studies - Regeneration, Recruitment and Attrition : Managing Terrorism and Insurgency Tout savoir sur Contemporary Terrorism Studies. This book examines how governments can weaken the regenerative capabilities of terrorist and insurgent groups.

Critical terrorism studies (CTS) applies a critical theory approach rooted in counter-hegemonic and politically progressive critical theory to the study of terrorism.

This book examines how governments can weaken the regenerative capabilities of terrorist and insurgent groups. The exploration of this question takes the form of a two-tier examination of three insurgent actors whose capacity to regenerate weakened in the past: the Front de libération du Québec (FLQ) of Canada, the Movimiento de Liberación Nacional - Tupamaros (MLN-T) of Uruguay and the Provisional Irish Republican Army (PIRA) of Northern Ireland during the mid-1970s.

Managing Terrorism and Insurgency: Regeneration, Recruitment and Attrition (Contemporary Terrorism Studies) Cameron I. Crouch This book examines how governments can weaken the regenerative capabilities of terrorist and insurgent groups.

Managing terrorism and insurgency Crouch, Cameron I. Taylor . Taylor&Francis 9780415484411 : Investigates the extent to which the regenerative capacities of 3 terrorist groups, the Front de liberation. Описание: In this ground-breaking interdisciplinary study of terrorism, insurgency and the literature of colonial India, Alex Tickell re-envisages the political aesthetics of empire.

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Keywords: Boko Haram, Insurgency, Security, Terrorism, Traditional Institutions. recruitment and attrition, argues that the issue of terrorism and insurgency revolves around three issues which include. their abilities to regenerate, undertake further recruitment of new members and how to minimize casualties from. confrontations with government forces. Understanding Terrorism and Political Violence will be essential reading for advanced students of terrorism studies and political science, and of great interest to students of social psychology and sociology.

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Notwithstanding the differences employed by governments to fifth terrorism and insurgency, Cameroun I. Crouch (2010) in his contribution Managing Terrorism and Insurgency: Regeneration, recruitment and attrition, argues that the issue of terrorism and insurgency revolves. Crouch (2010) in his contribution Managing Terrorism and Insurgency: Regeneration, recruitment and attrition, argues that the issue of terrorism and insurgency revolves around three issues which include their abilities to regenerate, undertake further recruitment of new members and how to minimize casualties from confrontations with government forces.

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This book examines how governments can weaken the regenerative capabilities of terrorist and insurgent groups.

The exploration of this question takes the form of a two-tier examination of three insurgent actors whose capacity to regenerate weakened in the past: the Front de libérationdu Québec (FLQ) of Canada, the Movimiento de LiberaciónNacional - Tupamaros (MLN-T) of Uruguay and the Provisional Irish Republican Army (PIRA) of Northern Ireland during the mid-1970s.

At the first level of its examination, the book investigates the extent to which the regenerative capacities of the FLQ, MLN-T, and PIRA weakened because of an increase in attrition and a decrease in recruitment. The primary objectives of this analysis are to uncover whether a declining intake of recruits played a lesser, equal, or greater role than a burgeoning loss of personnel in weakening the capacities to regenerate of the three insurgent actors; and, in turn, to shed greater light on the broader validity of the prevailing view in conflict studies that a decrease in recruitment is more important than an increase in attrition in effecting the corrosion of an insurgent actor's capacity to regenerate.

At the second level of its exploration, the book assesses the effectiveness of five of the most prominent policy prescriptions in the literature and insurgent recruitment and attrition: ameliorating grievances, selective repression, discrediting insurgent ideology, improving intelligence collection, and restricting civil liberties

This book will be of much interest to students of terrorism and counter-terrorism, conflict studies, strategic studies and security studies in general.

Cameron Crouch is currently an Analyst at Allen Consulting Group, an Australian economics and public policy consulting firm. Hehas a PhD from the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at The Australian National University.