World steeped in fear, but Jesus says, â€˜Be not afraidâ€™
- The City: New York. // Newsweek (Pacific Edition);5/23/2011 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 157 Issue 21/22, p9
The author describes the city of New York based on its reputation, diverse population and the history that links itself to terrorism. The author believes that threats of terror do not stop people from wanting to visit or even consider to permanently move in New York. Further, the city is said...
- SOSYAL SERMAYENÄ°N PARADOKSU: TERÃ–RÄ°ZM. ALTUN, Nurullah // Turkish Journal of Police Studies / Polis Bilimleri Dergisi;2014, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p63
Social capital, recently, became one of the most popular concepts discussed in social sciences. Similarly, terrorism also became one of the significant topics that consumed invaluable time and energy for not only Turkey but also for the world. The concept of social capital has generally been...
- Investigations on the Sociological Issue of Terrorism. SANDU, Antonio // Postmodern Openings / Deschideri Postmoderne;Jun2015, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p213
Maria Cristina Aboboaie's volume called Sociologia terorismului and published in 2014 at Lumen Publishing House aims to pave the way to such approach with sociological specificity, of the terrorism phenomenon itself, and also of the profound speech generated by the phenomenon of...
- RELIGIOUS AND SECULARIST VIEWS OF THE NATURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT. Kırman, M. Ali // Journal of International Social Research;May2008, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p267
As it is known, the 20th century, especially the last decade of that century is characterized by the globalization. As a result of the economic globalization process some problems have emerged. One of the most important problems facing the world is violence and terror, another is environmental...
- ENCOUNTERING THE OTHER: EVANGELICALISM AND TERRORISM IN A POST 911 WORLD. Cook, Anthony E. // Journal of Law & Religion (Journal of Law & Religion);2004/2005, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p1
Examines the impact of terrorism on the evangelical community in the U.S. Development of a terrorist mindset; Line of demarcation between good and evil; Willingness of conservative evangelicalism to Christianize the public domain.
- ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES. // Journal of Qur'anic Studies;2004, Vol. 6 Issue 1, Preceding p1
Presents abstracts of several articles on religion. "The Exegetical Traditions of Aisha: Notes on Their Impact and Significance," by Aisha Geissinger; "And We Cast Upon His Throne a Mere Body: A Historiographical Reading of Q. 38:34," M. O. Klar; "Terrorism: The Qur'anic View," by Abd al-Rahman...
- Can We Preserve Liberty in an Age of Terrorism? Southwood, Nicholas; Humphreys, John // Policy;Autumn2004, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p28
Focuses on the preservation of liberty in the face of threat brought by terrorism. Consideration of national security; Evaluation of the character of terrorists; Description of the true test of a liberal society.
- Homegrown Muslim terror threat 'tiny,' report says. Sacirbey, Omar // Christian Century;3/7/2012, Vol. 129 Issue 5, p18
The article reports on the findings of the 2012 sociology report "Muslim-American Terrorism in the Decade Since 9/11," by Charles Kurzman, asserting that the risk of "home grown" terrorism in the U.S. is low.
- A PREMIUM ON GOOD JUDGMENT. Haass, Richard N. // Naval War College Review;Summer/Autumn2004, Vol. 57 Issue 3/4, p11
The article sheds light on the role of U.S. army in tackling terrorism. This is a time of war, or to be more precise, wars, global war on terrorism, a war in Afghanistan, and a war in Iraq, not to mention a conflict in Colombia and conflicts in several countries in Africa. Those who predicted...