Honors Program

University Honors

Date of Award

5-2014

Thesis Professor(s)

Dennis Hamm

Thesis Professor Department

Criminal Justice and Criminology

Thesis Reader(s)

Raluca Negrisanu, Bradley Edwards

Abstract

Anarchism is a political and socioeconomic force that has driven violent methods of social and political change for centuries. Relating Anarchism to these violent acts demonstrates a deep-seeded link to terrorism. Anarchism is one of the main forces behind modern day terrorism due to its long history alongside the ever evolving term terrorism. By connecting these two concepts, domestic terror groups can be better analyzed and understood, and future attacks from within the United States may be prevented.

Document Type

Honors Thesis - Open Access

Copyright

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