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Running head: REACTION PAPER MODULE 1
Reaction Paper Module 1
REACTION PAPER MODULE 1
In Chapter 2 of Dyson's "Fear mongering, an examiner's handbook" (2012), it expounds
on the idea of psychological oppression. Concentrating his endeavors on the key parts of
psychological warfare and its establishment, Dyson analyzes fear mongering a tiny bit at a time.
He dates us back similarly as the 1960's and makes an establishment for fear based oppression.
By developing its definition, Dyson clarifies and separates between the different sorts of fear
based oppression to build up a healthier comprehension of psychological warfare alone. At last,
Dyson unravels what can and what can't be considered fear mongering through considerations
and a progression of inquiries to outfit one's comprehension of the general thought of
Keywords: Terrorism, Domestic Terrorism, International Terrorism
REACTION PAPER MODULE 1
Reaction Paper: Terrorism Module 1
Terrorism is one of the main focus points regarding chapter 2 of Dyson’s “Terrorism, An
Investigator’s Handbook.” Not only does this chapter reflect on all concepts of terrorism, but it is
also more focused on how the term ‘terrorism’ is defined (Dyson, W.E., 2012). Through the
dissection of terrorism and how this chapter relates to the subversions while describing the
various branches existing and explaining the functions of terrorism and how terrorism operates,
there are notations of how this affects the society at large from prior and present experiences.
Essentially, this terrorism chapter is as a whole, explaining the issues revolving around the
multiple types of terrorism.
As per the book, Terrorism is a term that is utilized to strike fear into people. Although
this term has been altered over and over again the past centuries, the main concept of the term
has remained the same (Dyson, W.E., 2012). This part of Dyson's work instantly opens up with
the numerous different meanings of psychological warfare, all the more so on how it has
developed from the start as of not long ago. Catchphrases, for example, "fear," "viciousness,"
and "terrorizing" are as yet a solid base and establishment of the key thought of psychological
warfare. In this way, its definition has not been altered radically. What has changed, pretty much,
is the different activities that the meaning of "psychological warfare" applies to. What was
viewed as a "fear monger" act has extended and advanced throughout the years to a considerably
bigger database of activities (White, J.R., 2014).
Some of the key questions that Dyson focuses on discerning what creates a terr...