نتایج جستجو برای: war on terrorism

تعداد نتایج: 7585419  

2015
Graham Greene, Christopher J. Finlay,

As impostors seldom make lies to pass in the world, without putting false names upon things, [ . . . ] to persuade the people they ought not to defend their liberties, by giving the name of rebellion to the most just and honourable actions that have been performed for the preservation of them; and to aggravate the matter, fear not to tell us that rebellion is like the sin of witchcraft. But tho...

Journal: :Annual review of psychology 2012
Ann S Masten, Angela J Narayan,

This review highlights progress over the past decade in research on the effects of mass trauma experiences on children and youth, focusing on natural disasters, war, and terrorism. Conceptual advances are reviewed in terms of prevailing risk and resilience frameworks that guide basic and translational research. Recent evidence on common components of these models is evaluated, including dose ef...

Journal: :Psychological science 2009
Norman R Brown, Peter J Lee, Mirna Krslak, Frederick G Conrad, Tia G B Hansen, Jelena Havelka, John R Reddon,

Memories of war, terrorism, and natural disaster play a critical role in the construction of group identity and the persistence of group conflict. Here, we argue that personal memory and knowledge of the collective past become entwined only when public events have a direct, forceful, and prolonged impact on a population. Support for this position comes from a cross-national study in which parti...

2002
James A. Lewis,

Cyber attacks, network security and information pose complex problems that reach into new areas for national security and public policy. This paper looks at one set of issues – those related to cyber-terrorism and cyber attacks on critical infrastructure and their implications for national security. Cyber-terrorism is “the use of computer network tools to shut down critical national infrastruct...

Journal: :Journal of special operations medicine : a peer reviewed journal for SOF medical professionals 2010
Philip Goff,

Since 2005, the call for the military to conduct ?softer? missions, such as humanitarian assistance and partner training, has increased. These ?medical stability operations? are in fact to be given comparable priority to combat operations. Military leadership understands their the value of Medical Stability Operations across the range of military operations from shaping through postdisaster or ...

2005
Elizabeth W. Dunn, Moriah Moore, Brian A. Nosek,

In four studies, we demonstrate that subtle linguistic differences in news reporting are sufficient to influence whether people interpret violent acts as patriotism or terrorism. In Study 1, a content analysis of newspaper articles describing violence in Iraq revealed that words implying destruction and devious intent were typically used in reference to violent actions associated with Iraq and ...

Journal: :Critical care medicine 2008
Randall J Malchow, Ian H Black,

BACKGROUND The evolution of military medical care to manage polytrauma, critically ill-wounded warriors from the greater war on terrorism has been accompanied by significant changes in the diagnosis, management, and modulation of acute and chronic trauma-related pain. A paradigm shift in pain management includes early treatment of pain at the point of injury and throughout the continuum of care...

Journal: :URVIO - Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios de Seguridad 2015
AliceMartini,

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