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SFUCRIM 413Ray CorradoSpring

CRIM 413- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 55 pages long!)

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What is terrorism: use of violence in order to provoke fear in a larger social group, rather than the target, for political objectives, clandestine/sec
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SFUCRIM 413Garth DaviesFall

[CRIM 413] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (33 pages long)

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2 types from political terrorism: state terrorism and anti-state: state terrorism. Hard to get info on state terrorism because state controls pretty mu
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SFUCRIM 413Ray CorradoSpring

CRIM 413- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 57 pages long!)

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What is terrorism: use of violence in order to provoke fear in a larger social group, rather than the target, for political objectives, clandestine/sec
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SFUCRIM 413Ray CorradoSpring

CRIM 413- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 55 pages long!)

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What is terrorism: use of violence in order to provoke fear in a larger social group, rather than the target, for political objectives, clandestine/sec
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SFUCRIM 413Garth DaviesFall

[CRIM 413] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (21 pages long)

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2 types from political terrorism: state terrorism and anti-state: state terrorism. Hard to get info on state terrorism because state controls pretty mu
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SFUCRIM 413Garth FrazerFall

CRIM 413 Study Guide - Final Guide: Bar Kokhba Revolt, 1948 Palestinian Exodus, First Zionist Congress

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Influences everything that happens in the middle east; effecting their daily lives. 2 primary palestine state areas: gaza strip, west bank. Talking abo
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SFUCRIM 413Ray CorradoSpring

CRIM 413 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Guerrilla Warfare, Red Army Faction, Social Inequality

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Criminology 413 spring 2017 midterm study notes. Attacked places of wealth (symbolism), represented anarcho-individualism (individual over groups). Tri
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SFUCRIM 413Ray CorradoSpring

CRIM 413 Study Guide - Final Guide: Yom Kippur War, 2004 Madrid Train Bombings, United Nations Partition Plan For Palestine

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Since 1947 palestine has shrunk and been taken over by israel: zionist movement, establish jewish state in palestine, the biblical homeland of the jews
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SFUCRIM 413Ray CorradoSpring

CRIM 413 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Social Stratification, Counter-Terrorism, Red Army Faction

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The state as terrorist: insights and implications article: 9/11 crossed a psychological boundary that was clearly feared but still not expected by most
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SFUCRIM 413Ray CorradoSpring

CRIM 413 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Red Army Faction, September 11 Attacks, International Humanitarian Law

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There is difference between violence and terrorism two schools of thought. International prosecution because countries may define terrorism differently
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CRIM 135 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Statutory Interpretation, Khalsa Diwan Society Vancouver, Cowichan Valley Regional District

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Rules and principles of statutory interpretation & controversial cases involving the canadian charter of. Criminology 135 c100 introduction to canadian
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SFUBUS 343Cluny SouthFall

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SFUMACM 316Benjamin AdcockSummer

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SFUSTAT 302Michael DavisSummer

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You have exactly 180 minutes to complete this exam. This practice test has 10 pages including this one. That means no graphing calculators and no phone
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SFUSTAT 302Michael DavisSummer

STAT 302 Midterm: Stat 302 - Assignment 1 fianl

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Stat 302, assignment 1, due thursday may 30, 2019 at 9:30pm. Explanations and relevant computer output should be included, but plots do not need to be.
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SFUSTAT 302Michael DavisSummer

STAT 302 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Sepal, Statistical Significance, Postmedia News

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SFUMACM 316Benjamin AdcockSummer

MACM 316 Quiz: quiz3

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SFUMACM 316Benjamin AdcockSummer

MACM 316 Quiz: quiz2

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SFUMACM 316Benjamin AdcockSummer

MACM 316 Lecture 4: CA 3

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A) following graph correspond to the algorithm used to calculate the matrix exponential by summing the first k terms of the infinite series. Figure 2:
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SFUMACM 316Benjamin AdcockSummer

MACM 316 Midterm: BA 2015 MT answer

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Do not open this booklet until told to do so. Include your student number and sfu e-mail id. Write your answer in the space provided below the question
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SFUCRIM 413Ray CorradoSpring

CRIM 413 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Inequality, Relative Deprivation, Kurdistan Workers' Party

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Group believes that by using terrorist tactics, they can create a political chance sometimes they see terrorism as their last resort. Different types o
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SFUCRIM 413Garth DaviesFall

CRIM 413 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Rationality, Social Network, Narcissistic Rage And Narcissistic Injury

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Week 3 sept 23 why and how individuals become terrorists. The causes of terrorism: individual willingness to engage in terrorism, grievance, passion, a
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SFUCRIM 413Garth DaviesFall

CRIM 413 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ethnic Nationalism

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SFUCRIM 413Ray CorradoSpring

CRIM 413 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Earth Liberation Front, Animal Liberation Front, Nationalist Terrorism

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Ca(cid:374)ada"s ideology is in the middle: liberal democracy. Terrorism is low in canadian history because it is more liberal. Socialism for the peopl
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SFUCRIM 413Garth DaviesFall

CRIM 413 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Headache, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Mass Suicide

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Word enters lexicon during french (reign of terror) jacobins under robespierrre. Sought to provoke jewish uprising against roman rule during middle age
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SFUCRIM 413Garth DaviesFall

CRIM 413 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: War Measures Act, James Cross, Conventional Warfare

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Week 2 - sept 16 history & definitions. The practice of terrorism: at this time, no one is calling it terrorism but the idea of instilling fear for som
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SFUCRIM 413Garth DaviesFall

CRIM 413 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Relative Deprivation, Grain, Stanford Prison Experiment

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Correlate to terrorism (some of these psychology traits) Esear(cid:272)h (cid:271)ega(cid:374) i(cid:374) the (cid:1005)97(cid:1004)(cid:859)s for this
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SFUCRIM 413Garth DaviesFall

CRIM 413 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: 2000 Camp David Summit, First Zionist Congress, Bar Kokhba Revolt

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Week 8 oct 28 israel & palestine. The jewish people and judaism: ethnoreligious groups originating with the israelites. Judaism traditional faith of th
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SFUCRIM 413Ray CorradoSpring

CRIM 413 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Guerrilla Warfare, Political Philosophy, Histology

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SFUCRIM 413Garth DaviesFall

CRIM 413 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Wahhabism, Saddam Hussein, Osama Bin Laden

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Mohammed born in mecca located in saudi arabia. Sees corruption various religions worshiping different religions mecca was a trade outpost thus diverse
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SFUCRIM 413Ray CorradoSpring

CRIM 413 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Counter-Terrorism

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