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Titel    terrorism research
Jahr    2005
Anmerkung    On the website it says: [The information found on this web site] is derived from various US Government documents and open source/public domain material
URL    http://web.archive.org/web/20050125174021/http://www.terrorism-research.com/groups/

Literaturverz.   

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Fußnoten    no
Fragmente    2


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Terror groups often require political activity and hierarchical structure to coordinate violence with a political action. It may also be necessary for a politically affiliated group to observe cease-fire agreements or avoid particular targets in support of political objectives. This can be difficult to enforce in networked organizations.

Terrorist groups can be at various stages of development in terms of capabilities and sophistication. Newer groups having fewer resources will usually lack capability and experience, and operate in permissive areas or under the control of more proficient organizations. Change in terrorist leadership may signal significant adjustments to organizational priorities and means of conducting terrorism. The terrorist groups associated with ethnic or nationalist agendas operating in one country or a localized region tend to require fewer capabilities as compared to larger groups. Larger groups can coalesce from smaller organizations, or smaller groups can splinter off from larger ones.

Terrorist groups that are associated with a political activity or organization will often require a more hierarchical structure, in order to coordinate terrorist violence with political action. It also can be necessary for a politically affiliated group to observe "cease-fires" or avoid particular targets in support of political objectives. This can be difficult to enforce in networked organizations.

Terrorist groups can be at various stages of development in terms of capabilities and sophistication. Newer groups with fewer resources will usually be less capable, and operate in permissive areas or under the tutelage of more proficient organizations to develop proficiency. Also, groups professing or associated with ethnic or nationalist agendas and limiting their operations to one country or a localized region tend to require fewer capabilities. Groups can coalesce from smaller organizations, or splinter off from larger ones.

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Fairly small adjustments. The source is not mentioned anywhere in the thesis.

Note the first sentence: "Terror groups often require political activity and hierarchical structure to coordinate violence with a political action". Could it be that the difference in meaning to the source is unintentional?

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(Hindemith), WiseWoman

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The organizational structure determines the strengths and weaknesses of a group. Knowledge about prevalent models of terrorist organizations leads to a better understanding of their capabilities and targets. Knowledge of the different labels and systems of classification that have been applied to groups and individuals aid in discarding useless or irrelevant terms, and in understanding the purposes and usefulness of different terminologies.

Traditionally, a specific political agenda, ideological motivation or the desire for national or ethic liberation dominates the understanding of terrorism. Although, the discussed image is true for a number of terrorist organizations, but it is no longer universally valid. Also, a generational change in leadership of wellknown groups is in many cases ushering in a more damaging and relentless type of organization.

There are two general categories of terrorist organizations: networked and hierarchical. Newer organizations tend to employ the networked model, while strict Leninist or Maoist group tending towards hierarchical model to exercise centralized control.

The organizational structure of a group determines its strengths and weaknesses. A general knowledge of the prevalent models of terrorist organizations leads to a better understanding of their capabilities. Knowledge of the different labels and systems of classification that have been applied to groups and individuals aid us in discarding useless or irrelevant terms, and in understanding the purposes and usefulness of different terminologies.

In recent times, the popular image of a terrorist group operating according to a specific political agenda and motivated by ideology or the desire for ethnic or national liberation dominated our understanding of terrorism. While still true of some terrorist organizations, this image is no longer universally valid. Also, a generational change in leadership of established groups is in many cases ushering in a more a destructive and relentless type of organization.

There are two general categories of organization; hierarchical and networked. [...] Newer groups tend towards organizing or adapting to the possibilities inherent in the network model. [...] strict Leninist or Maoist groups tending towards centralized control and hierarchical structure.

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Fairly minor changes. The source is not mentioned anywhere in the thesis.

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(Hindemith), WiseWoman

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