JUSTICE, LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY
Terrorism, Crime, and Public Policy (3)
Course Level: Graduate
This course examines the problem of terrorism and its causes, to provide a basis for preventing it. It includes distinctions among types of terrorism, crime and aggression, their causes, and implications for prevention; Huntington's clash of civilization model; cross-cultural dialog and exchange; the management of fear; the applicability of crime prevention strategies to the problem of terrorism; the role of religion, the reshaping of military and intelligence strategies; use of technology for diction and prevention; and the management of errors in balancing security and rights. Usually offered every spring.