Why 'Good Kids' Turn into Deadly Terrorists : Deconstructing the Accused Boston Marathon Bombers and Others Like Them

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Why 'Good Kids' Turn into Deadly Terrorists : Deconstructing the Accused Boston Marathon Bombers and Others Like Them

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 178 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781440831881
  • DDC分類 363.32511

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Using psychological theory and the author's direct experience working with at-risk youth, this book answers the questions on the minds of anyone shocked and appalled by the events of the Boston Marathon bombings.* Identifies the various factors and influences that drove two young men who were described by many who knew them to be "nice, normal people" to commit premeditated acts of violence* Addresses recent events in other countries with similarly aged and seemingly unthreatening young adults and teens as perpetrators of attacks* Provides an appendix containing sources for further research, including books, news articles, links to journal articles, and websites of research organizations* Includes a foreword by Michael Lamport Commons, PhD, Harvard Medical School

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           ix
Michael Lamport Commons
Acknowledgments xiii
Introduction 1 (6)
1 Shock and Disbelief: Friends and 7 (30)
Neighbors React to the News about the
Accused Brothers
Timeline 21 (16)
2 Nice Young Men and Women Can Create 37 (16)
Carnage and Chaos around the World
3 Many Factors Contribute to the Decision 53 (24)
to Resort to Violence
4 Who Benefits When Kids Are Recruited to 77 (22)
Violence?
5 Prevention of Future Terrorism 99 (14)
6 Reviewing the Seville Statement: Humans 113 (20)
Are Not Naturally Violent
Some Helpful Books and Articles 133 (6)
Notes 139 (24)
Bibliography 163 (12)
Index 175