Gender, Conflict, and Peacekeeping (War and Peace Library)

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The following sections explore some of the ways behaviors and environment can impact human health. Symbolic acts are directed at persons for their psychological effect, as is terrorism. "The symbolic concept of the terrorist act enables us to make two crucial distinctions: between terror and sabotage and between terror and assassination. There is also the possibility of some changes producing instability and uncertainty that are to the disadvantage of all.

Pages: 314

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (February 17, 2005)

ISBN: B00ELMFSGO

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