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DUDLEY KNOX LIBRARY NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL Suicide Terrorism: A Brief Bibliography of Scholarly Resources Created 12/29/2012 Updated 6/5/2015 Compiled by Greta E. Marlatt BOOKS & THESES... 1 PERIODICALS BOOKS & THESES Abufarha, Nasser. The Making of a Human Bomb: An Ethnography of Palestinian Resistance. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, p. Contents: Histories and historicities in Palestine -- State expansion and the violence of peace making in Palestine -- The carrier -- Dying to live -- The strategies and politics of martyrdom in Palestine. Alvanou, Maria. Palestinian Women Suicide Bombers: The Interplaying Effects of Islam, Nationalism and Honor Culture. Tel Aviv: Strategic Research and Policy Center, National Defense College, IDF, p. Contents: Presence of Palestinian women in suicide terrorism -- Islam: the religious dimension -- The nationalistic perspective of violence socialization -- Womens inequity: rationalising the choice to die. Al-Rasheed, Madawi and Marat Shterin (eds.) Dying for Faith: Religiously Motivated Violence in the Contemporary World. London: I.B. Tauris, p. Contents: Introduction : between death of faith and dying for faith : reflections on religion, politics, society and violence / Madawi Al-Rasheed and Marat Shterin -- pt. I. Understanding religiously motivated violence -- Apocalypse, history, and the empire of modernity / John R. Hall -- Martyrs and martial imagery : exploring the volatile link between warfare frames and religious violence / Stuart Wright -- Violence and new religions : an assessment of problems, progress, and prospects in understanding the NRM--violence connection / J. Gordon Melton and David G. Bromley -- Of 'cultists' and 'martyrs' : the study of new religious movements and suicide terrorism in conversation / Massimo Introvigne -- In God's name : practising unconditional love to the death / Eileen Barker -- The terror of belief and the belief in terror : on violently serving God and nation / Abdelwahab El- Affendi -- pt. II. Religiously motivated violence in specific contexts -- Rituals of life and death : the politics and poetics of jihad in Saudi Arabia / Madawi Al-Rasheed -- The Islamic debate over self-inflicted martyrdom / Azam Tamimi -- The radical nineties revisited : jihadi discourses in Britain / Jonathan Birt -- al-shahada : a centre of the Shiite system of belief / Fouad Ibrahim -- Urban unrest and non-religious radicalization in Saudi Arabia / Pascal Menoret -- Bodily punishments and the spiritually transcendent dimensions of violence : a Zen Buddhist example / Ian Reader -- Jewish millennialism and violence / Simon Dein -- pt. III. Reporting religiously motivated violence -- Sacral violence : cosmologies and imaginaries of killing / Neil Whitehead -- Journalists as eyewitnesses / Noha Mellor -- Understanding religious violence : can the media be trusted to explain? / Mark Huband. Aman, Michael. Preventing Terrorist Suicide Attacks. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett, p. Contents: The suicide terrorist -- Prevention guidelines. 1 Asad, Talal. On Suicide Bombing. New York: Columbia University Press, c p. Contents: Terrorism -- Suicide terrorism -- Horror at suicide terrorism. Barlow, Hugh D. Dead for Good: Martyrdom and the Rise of the Suicide Bomber. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, p. Contents: The martyrs of antiquity -- The rise of the warrior-martyr : Muslims, Christians, Assassins, and Sikhs -- Martyr-warriors : Japan's kamikazes -- The new predatory martyrs. Benmelech, Efraim and Claude Berrebi. Attack Assignments in Terror Organizations and the Productivity of Suicide Bombers. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working paper series; no Benmelech, Efraim, Claude Berrebi and Esteban Klor. Counter-Suicide-Terrorism: Evidence from House Demolitions. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working paper series; no Economic Conditions and the Quality of Suicide Terrorism. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Working paper series; no Berko, Anat. [Ba-derekh le-gan Eden. English]. The Path to Paradise: The Inner World of Suicide Bombers and Their Dispatchers. Translated by Elizabeth Yuval. CT: Praeger Security International, p. Contents: Dispatcher of Palestinian suicide bombers : Find me sad guys. -- The role of the dispatcher : Everybody has his job: I dispatch the suicide bomber and he explodes -- Organization : The dispatchers don't send their own sons to blow themselves up -- Dispatchers are held in high esteem : I'm considered someone who does something good -- Dispatcher macho : My father taught it what it means to be a man and didn't allow US to be cowards -- Sheikh Ahmad Yassin, Hamas founder : The shaheed doesn't die, he lives with Allah -- Women in prison : She poured boiling margarine on my face -- As Machiavelli said, the end justifies the means -- The book of mug shots : Huda can't talk to you now, she's having her face done -- The value of women : I'll never do anyone any good, anyway -- The terrorist's dream : I've wanted to be a shaheeda ever since I was a little girl -- Double standard : Sure, I'd attack a kindergarten! I am able to look at your children-- and explode! -- Is the other a human being? : do Israeli mothers feel pain like we do? -- A teenage shaheed : My classmate enlisted me as a shaheed. He was paid and gave me 100 shekels -- Paradise : All that is forbidden in this world is allowed in paradise -- The last word.. The Smarter Bomb: Women and Children as Suicide Bombers. Translated by Elizabeth Yuval. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Pub., p. Contents: Foreword / by Daniel Pipes -- Preface -- Introduction: good enough to die, not good enough to marry -- Just as long as the girl doesn't make a mistake -- Hamas deputy prime minister : Whoever sends a woman to commit suicide is gahel (ignorant) -- The engineer : A virgin in paradise is like a little girl -- Shariah judge: Women lack two things : intelligence and religion -- The adolescent terrorist : You go to jail, you can study for your matriculation exams, you get special considerations if you are in jail -- Brother and sister, suicide bombers -- Special bonuses for each and every shaheed -- Terrorist to her dispatcher : Why did you betray me? : you know i love you -- Clerics on women in the terrorist industry : What will she get in paradise, a couple of virgins? -- Salima, mother of seven : My husband only thinks about himself, I don't love him. -- Nawal, Palestinian knife-wielder : Jail in Israel is better than the hell at home. -- Women under interrogation -- How to talk to terrorists -- Arab lawyer : Every woman involved in terrorism is a romantic. -- Nabil, dispatcher of terrorists : A pity i sent her to blow herself up, she could have given birth to three men like me. -- Afterword: disrobe for an attack : the shaheeda as heroine? -- Acknowledgements -- Glossary -- Bibliography. Berman, Eli and David D. Laitin. Hard Targets: Theory and Evidence on Suicide Attacks. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER Working Paper p. 2 Bernstein, Arnie. The Bath Massacre: America s First School Bombing. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, p. Contents: A community in Michigan -- Andrew P. Kehoe -- Dawn of a decade -- New man in town -- The Bath Consolidated School -- A growing storm -- Electricity -- A school, a farm -- The valley of the shadow of death -- Requiems -- In the matter of the inquest as to the cause of death of Emery E. Huyck, deceased -- Summer -- Tulips. Blom, Amélie, Laetitia Bucaille, Luis Martínez. (eds.) The Enigma of Islamist Violence. Translated by John Atherton, Ros Schwartz, and William Snow. New York: Columbia University Press; Paris: In association with the Center d' Etudes et de Recherches Internationales, c p. Contents: Introduction: Imaginaires of Islamist violence / Amélie Blom, Laetitia Bucaille and Luis Martinez -- Does Islam provide a theory of violence? / Hamadi Redissi and Jan-Erik Lane -- The impossible Palestinian martyr strategy : victimization and suicide attacks / Laetitia Bucaille -- Kashmiri suicide bombers : 'martyrs' of a lost cause / Amélie Blom -- Chechnya : moving toward Islamic nationalism? / Pénélope Larzillière -- Violence against the self : the case of a Kurdish non-islamist group / Olivier Grojean -- The distinctive development of Islamist violence in Algeria / Luis Martinez -- The state, political Islam and violence : the reconfiguration of Yemeni politics since 9/11 / Ludmila du Bouchet. Bloom, Mia. Dying to Kill: The Allure of Suicide Terror. New York: Columbia University Press, c p. Contents: Introduction : the historical antecedents of terror -- Palestinian suicide bombing : public support, market share and outbidding -- Ethnic conflict, state terror and suicide bombing in Sri Lanka -- Devising a theory of suicide terror -- Halting suicide terror from within : the PKK in Turkey -- Terror 101 : the transnational contagion effects of suicide bombing -- Feminism, rape and war : engendering suicide terror? -- Conclusions and prospects for the future : will Iraq cause suicide terror at home? Bongar, Bruce, et al. (eds.) Psychology of Terrorism. New York: Oxford University Press, p. Contents: The psychology of terrorism : defining the need and describing the goals /; Bruce Bongar --; Psychological issues in understanding terrorism and the response to terrorism /; Clark McCauley --; The need for proficient mental health professionals in the study of terrorism /; Larry E. Beutler... [et al.] --; War versus justice in response to terrorist attacks : competing frames and their implications /; Clark McCauley --; The staircase to terrorism : a psychological exploration /; Fathali M. Moghaddam --; Terrorism and the media /; Joel N. Shurkin --; What is terrorism? : key elements and history /; Scott Gerwehr and Kirk Hubbard --; Psychological aspects of suicide terrorism /; Ariel Merari --; The strategy of terrorism and the psychology of mass-mediated fear /; James N. Breckenridge and Philip G. Zimbardo --; The role of religion, spirituality, and faith-based community in coping with acts of terrorism /; Timothy A. Kelly.; Psychological consequences of actual or threatened CBRNE terrorism /; Glenn R. Sullivan and Bruce Bongar --; Psychological weapons of mass disruption through vicarious classical conditioning /; Dennis D. Embry --; Near- and long-term psychological effects of exposure to terrorist attacks /; Susan E. Brandon and Andrew P. Silke --; The response of relief organizations to terrorist attacks : an overview of how the Red Cross and other relief organizations work in conjunction with other agencies /; John A. Clizbe and Susan Hamilton --; Understanding how organizational bias influenced first responders at the World Trade Center /; Joseph W. Pfeifer --; Warfare, terrorism, and psychology /; L. Morgan Banks and Larry C. James --; Terrorism stress risk assessment and management /; Douglas Paton and John. M. Violanti --; Evidence-based interventions for survivors of terrorism /; Josef I. Ruzek, Shira Maguen, and Brett T. Litz.; Neurobiological and behavioral consequences of terrorism : distinguishing normal from pathological responses, risk profiling, and optimizing resilience /; Rachel Yehuda... [et al.] --; Older adults and terrorism /; Lisa M. Brown, Donna Cohen, and Joy R. Kohlmaier --; Children and terrorism : a family psychoeducational approach /; Maureen Underwood, John Kalafat, and Nicci Spinazolla --; Cultural considerations : caring for culturally diverse communities in the aftermath of terrorist attacks /; David Chiriboga --; The psychological consequences of terrorist alerts /; Rose McDermott and Philip G. Zimbardo --; Defusing the terrorism of terror /; A.J.W. Taylor --; Psychological resilience in the face of terrorism /; Lisa D. Butler, Leslie A. Morland, Gregory A. Leskin --; Promoting resilience and recovery in first responders /; Richard Gist --; Integrating medical, public health, and mental health assets into a national response strategy /; Dori B. Reissman, Stephan G. Reissman, and Brian W. Flynn --; Reflections on the psychology of terrorism /; Laura Pratchett, Lisa M. Brown, and Bruce Bongar. Borowitz, Albert. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: The Herostratos Syndrome. Kent, OH: Kent State University, p. Contents: Introduction -- The birth of the herostratos tradition -- The globalization of herostratos -- The destroyers -- The killers -- Herostratos at the World Trade Center -- The literature of herostratos since the early nineteenth century. 3 Botha, Anneli. Practical Guide to Understanding and Preventing Suicide Operations in Africa. Pretoria: Institute for Security Studies, p. Bunker, Robert J. and Christopher Flaherty. Body Cavity Bombers: The New Martyrs. Bloomington, IN: iuniverse Com, p. Contents: Introduction. Body Cavity Bombers / Robert J. Bunker and Christopher Flaherty -- Original Foreward. Emerging Adversary Tactics / Matt Devost -- Original Preface. Body Cavity Bombs and the Barbarization of Terrorism / John P. Sullivan -- Chapter 1. The Projected Al Qaeda Use of Body Cavity Suicide Bombs Against High Value Targets (The Original Document) / Robert J. Bunker -- Chapter 2. Addendum to the Original Document / Robert J. Bunker -- Chapter 3. Revaluation of Bunker's Original Document / Christopher Flaherty -- Chapter 4. Body Cavity Bomb 'In-Situ' Attacks: Close-In Tactics / Christopher Flaherty -- Chapter 5. Victim, Martyr, or Retaliation, and Becoming the Bomb / Christopher Flaherty -- Chapter 6. Blast Effects of Explosive Charges / Colin Morison -- Chapter 7. Current Sensors Research Trends and Capabilites, to Detect Body Cavity Bombs / Daniel W. O'Hagan and Stefan Brisken -- Conclusion. The Body Cavity Bomb: Contemporary and Future Consideration / Christopher Flaherty and Robert J. Bunker -- Appendix I. The concealment of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) in rectal cavities / Europol, SC5 Counter Terrorism Unit -- Appendix II. t Preface to and the Anatomical X-Ray Project / F. Marion Cain IV and Isaac B. Rutel -- References -- Notes on Authors. Campbell, Latisha Tennille. Why Female Suicide Bombers?: A Closer Look at the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam and Chechen Separatists. PhD Dissertation; Virginia Commonwealth University, Çapan, Ergün. Terror and Suicide Attacks: An Islamic Perspective. Somerset, NJ: Light, Inc., p. Charny, Israel W. Fighting Suicide Bombing: A Worldwide Campaign for Life. Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, p. Contents: How can they do it? -- Suicide bombing and its growing place in the world today -- Contradictory image meanings of suicide bombings -- Are suicide bombers a proper subject of psychology? -- The ultimate existential meaning of suicide bombings: the killing of human life -- Facing the dangerous future of civilization honestly -- Is it right to fear and condemn all Muslims? (of course not!) -- Promoting a new worldwide constituency for human life and making suicide bombing unattractive and unacceptable -- A proposal for a worldwide campaign for life by the leaders of many religions and other world leaders and heroes. Cook, David and Olivia Allison. Understanding and Addressing Suicide Attacks: The Faith and Politics of Martyrdom Operations. Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, p. Contents: Historical and Islamic roots of suicide attacks-martyrdom operations -- Shi'ites pioneer the military use of suicide attacks -- Are suicide operations the weapon of the disadvantaged? -- Self-sacrifice against the Great Satan : Al-Qa'ida and martyrdom operations -- Spreading martyrdom operations; purifying the Muslim community -- Are suicide attacks catching ? Militant media organs' publicity efforts -- Success of terrorist messages in the American media -- Correcting the suicide-bombing discourse -- Fighting suicide bombing and the culture of martyrdom. Costigan, Sean S. and David Gold. (eds.) Terrornomics. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, c p. Content: The evolution of terrorist financing since 9/11 : how the new generation of jihadists fund themselves / Loretta Napoleoni -- Funding evil : how terrorism is financed and the nexus of terrorist and criminal organizations / Rachel Ehrenfeld -- Substantiating the nexus between diaspora groups and the financing of terrorism / Michel Hess -- An analysis of the role of Iranian diaspora in the financial support system of the Mujahedin-e Khalq / Mark Edmond Clark -- Arms and terrorism : tracing the links / William D. Hartung, Frida Berrigan -- The United states, small arms, and terrorism / Rachel Stohl -- Terrorists and the Internet : crashing or cashing in? / Sean S. Costigan -- Preventing terrorist best practices from going mass market : a case study of suicide attacks crossing the chasm / Rockford Weitz, Stacy Reiter Neal -- Free trade and terrorism / Katherine Barbieri, Swapna Pathak -- Institutionalized responses to 9/11 / Rico Carisch -- Using sanctions to fight terrorism / Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Thomas Moll -- The brittle superpower / Steven E. Flynn. 4 Cragg, Kenneth. Faith at Suicide: Lives Forfeit: Violent Religion, Human Despair. Portland: Sussex Academic Press, p. Contents: Body-tenancy, soul-tenure -- Canon fixed gainst self-slaughter -- The veto rescinded -- Eyeless in Gaza -- The Masada mind -- Suicidal Christian martyrology -- The kiss and the suicide of Iscariot -- Understanding Gethsemane -- The suicidal in contemporary Islam -- Suicides and shares -- Faith and the bond with life -- These unbelieving believers. Cragin, R. Kim and Sara A. Daly. Women as Terrorists: Mothers, Recruiters, and Martyrs. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Security International, c p. Contents: Women as Suicide Bombers p Cronin, Audrey Kurth, Terrorists and Suicide Attacks. RL Washington, DC: Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, Davis, Joyce. Martyrs: Innocence, Vengeance, and Despair in the Middle East. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, c p. Contents: A minister's question : what have we done that they hate us so? -- The innocents : Mohammed al Dirrah and Avraham Yitzak Schijveschuurder -- The child as soldier-martyr : Iran's Mohammad Hosein Fahmideh -- The woman as soldier-martyr and suicide bomber : Loula Abboud -- Suicide bombers and September 11 : Muhammad Atta and Izzidene al Masri -- The mothers of martyrs : Munabrahim Daoud and Um Iyad -- The trainers : Abu Muhammad and Munir al Makdah -- Can they be stopped? -- The hatred and the hope. Day, Dwayne C. A Uniform Approach to National Suicide Bomber Incident Response and Recovery. Thesis (M.A. in Security Studies (Homeland Security and Defense)) Monterey, CA: Naval Postgraduate School, p. De Masi, Franco. Enigma of the Suicide Bomber: A Psychoanalytic Essay. London: Karnac Books, p. Contents: A strategic aim -- Psychoanalytic contributions -- Origins and profile -- Martyrdom and the sadomasochistic link Murder-suicide -- The network and filicide -- The female suicide bomber -- Trauma -- Dehumanization -- Disassociating emotions -- Unique identity and omnipotence -- A cannibal God -- Terrorism: reversible or irreversible? Dearing, Matthew P. Agency and Structure as Determinants of Female Suicide Terrorism: A Comparative Study of Three Conflict Regions. Thesis (M.A. in Security Studies (Middle East, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa)) Monterey, CA: Naval Postgraduate School, p. Dronzina, Tatiana and Rachid El Houdaigui. Contemporary Suicide Terrorism: Origins, Trends and Ways of Tackling It. Amsterdam: IOS Press, p. Dzikansky, Mordecai Z., Gil Kleiman and Robert Slater. Terrorist Suicide Bombings: Attack Interdiction, Mitigation and Response. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, p. 5 Espejo, Roman. What Motivates Suicide Bombers? Farmington Hills, MI: Greenhaven Press, p. Contents: Islam advocates suicide terrorism / World Net
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