Proceedings of the Annual Symposium on the Role of Behavioral Science in Physical Security (9th), Symmetry and Asymmetry of Global Adversary Behavior Held at Springfield, Virginia on 3-4 April 1984
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These proceedings represent the papers available for publication which were presented at the 9th Annual Symposium on the Role of Behavioral Science in Physical Security - Symmetry and Asymmetry of Global Adversary Behavior, held on 3-4 April 1984 in Springfield, Virginia. The table of contents includes The Future of Conflict to the Year 2000 Domestic Terrorism Threat Analysis and Countermeasures The Face of Terrorism-Policymaking and the Eye of the Beholder Preparing Personnel to Live with a Protean Terrorist Threat Terrorism The Challenge to the Private Sector Asymmetries in Dealing with Terrorism A Discussion of the Factors Affecting Congressional Legislation on Terrorism 535 and Counting Terrorism, Intelligence, and the Law Motives and Tactics of Terrorist Groups. Originator-supplied keywords included Human Behavior, Terrorism, Physical Security, Conflict.
- Sociology and Law