Motivation and Profiling of Terrorist Groups, law homework help

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Groups typically labeled as terrorist have a heterogeneous nature. This nature is often overlooked because of the emotional connotations from the label of terrorism. When evaluating groups that use terrorist tactics, it is necessary to look beyond surface similarities and identify these heterogeneous characteristics. This week, utilize any group currently identified as terrorists, and answer the following:

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  • In 4–6 paragraphs, address the following:
    • What characteristics, if any, do members of the group share?
      • Besides race or ethnicity, what significant misconceptions do you think are made regarding the characteristics of terrorist groups?
    • Why do you think those misconceptions exist? Explain.
      • These characteristics are often shallow. Identify what heterogeneous characteristics exist within the group.
      • Are these characteristics significant to the goals and motivations of the terrorist group? Why or why not?
    • How can heterogeneous characteristics be exploited to weaken a group's infrastructure?

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Running head: ANALYZING THE TRAITS OF TERRORISTS

MOTIVATION AND PROFILING OF TERRORISTS

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INSTITUTION AFFILIATION

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TERROSISM PROFILING

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Terrorism Motivation and Profiling

For starters, it needs to be understood that scholars have never come to a conclusive and
definitive explanation of terrorism. It is out of this confusion that there have been various
ramifications on research, in that, no single research has been able to come up with an acceptable
standard trait on how the terrorists behave. While there have been such findings, the
psychologists and those who have been studying terrorism have come to share a common belief
that the terrorists can only be seen and understood from the perspective of a group...

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