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


Department
Criminology
Course Code
CRIM 413
Professor
Garth Davies
Study Guide
Final

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CRIM 413
FINAL EXAM
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Week 1 slides
Political terrorism typology
Used to call it political terrorism
2 types from political Terrorism: state terrorism and anti-state
oState terrorism
Hard to get info on state terrorism because state controls pretty much everything
Differentiates by formal and informal
Formal: State is overt about what it is doing
oThey believe they are doing what is right
Informal: people who are affiliated but might not be acting directly under the
government
oAnti-state terrorism
Directed at the state
Types: ethnic nationalism, single issue, ideological
Ethnic nationalism
oBelieves that their ethnic or nationalism should be recognized as its own
country – oppressed people often
oEx in the past - Canada, Spain
Ideological
oIdeology: broadly means ideas, how we see the world, etc.
oThey have different ways of seeing the world, how things work, why they
are the way they are
oSecular
Ex. Marxism, socialism, left wing, communism, fascism, etc
Organizations and societies not grounded in religion
oReligious
Organizations and societies based on religion
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This is what the bulk of what we believe as being terrorism
How does religion serve as justification of violence?
Single Issues
oEx. anti-abortion
oInterested in a particular issue and that is all that motivates/ matters to
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