Violent Persuasions : The Politics and Imagery of Terrorism

Brown, David J. and Merril, Robert and Berger, Maurice and Herman, Edward S. and Clark, Ramsey and Churchill, Ward and Schaap, William and Sanbrano, Angela and Robinson, Randall and Cockburn, Alexander and Fleshin, Nina and Goldson, Annie and Bratton, Chris and Randall, Margaret and Parenti, Michael. Violent Persuasions : The Politics and Imagery of Terrorism. Seattle, WA: Bay Press, 1993.

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Abstract (English)

"What is terrorism? Who defines the term and for what purpose? In this powerful collection multiple and oftentimes conflicting meanings of terrorism are revealed and argued in compelling and accessible essays, discussions, and images. This collaboration between internationally respected thinkers, political activists, and artists serves as a visually engaging guidebook to contemporary world politics, a most valuable antidote to status-quo political reporting." -- p. [4] of the cover.

Types: Monographs
All Contributors: Brown, David J. (Editor); Brown, David J. (Author); Merril, Robert (Editor); Merril, Robert (Author); Berger, Maurice (Author); Herman, Edward S. (Author); Clark, Ramsey (Author); Churchill, Ward (Author); Schaap, William (Author); Sanbrano, Angela (Author); Robinson, Randall (Author); Cockburn, Alexander (Author); Fleshin, Nina (Author); Goldson, Annie (Author); Bratton, Chris (Author); Randall, Margaret (Author); Parenti, Michael (Author)
Collation: 304 p. : 112 ill. (3 col.) ; 23 x 16 cm
ISBN: 0941920259
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Seattle, WA: Bay Press
Copyright Statement: Bay Press

Reclassified from 100 - THÉORIE / THEORY, 2018-07-04.

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Date Deposited: 04 Jan 1997
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