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JUSTICE, LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY
JLC-470Causes of Terrorism and Political Violence (3)
Course Level: Undergraduate
This course introduces students to the study of terrorism as a political act. The course examines the difference between state and oppositional terror, but focuses on terror by non-state actors. The course discusses theories that explain why, how, and when the opposition uses terror tactics to pursue their goal. Meets with JLC-670. Usually offered every fall. Grading: A-F only.