Literature on Victims of Terrorism: Monographs, Edited Volumes, Non-conventional Literature and Prime Articles & Book Chapters

Literature on Victims of Terrorism: Monographs, Edited Volumes, Non-conventional Literature and Prime Articles & Book Chapters

Compiled by Eric Price

NB: some of the items listed below are clickable and allow access to the full text; those with an asterix [*] only provide clickable access to a table of contents.

Monographs and Edited Volumes

Agger, I. & Jensen, S. B. (1996) Trauma and healing under state terrorism London; New Jersey: Zed Books [* ]

Amnesty International (1990) Argentina, the attack on the Third Infantry Regiment barracks at La Tablada: investigations into allegations of torture, "disappearances," and extrajudicial executions New York: Amnesty International [* ]

Amnesty International (1989) Guatemala: human rights violations under the civilian  government. London: Amnesty International Publications

Amnesty International (1993) Getting away with murder: political killings and "disappearances" in the 1990s. London: Amnesty International
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Anon. (2002) The forgotten victims: American citizens murdered by Palestinian Arab terrorists. New York: Zionist Organization of America

Association of Trial Lawyers of America (2001) Thousands of heroes: the rest of us could only help. Washington, D.C.: Trial Lawyers Care/The Association of Trial Lawyers of America

Barbanel, L. & Sternberg, R. J. (eds.) (2006) Psychological interventions in times of crisis. New York: Springer Pub.
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Bass, D.D. & Yep, R. (eds.) (2002) Terrorism, trauma, and tragedies: a counselor's guide to preparing and responding. Alexandria, Va.: American Counseling Association

Baum, A. (et al.) (eds.) Cataclysms, crises, and catastrophes: psychology in action. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association [* ]

Bar-On, D. (ed.) (2000) Bridging the gap: storytelling as a way to work through political and collective hostilities. Hamburg: Edition Körber-Stiftung

Berkoff, S. (2002) Requiem for Ground Zero. Charlbury, Oxon: Amber Lane Press

Berryman, P. (trans.) (1993) Report of the Chilean National Commission on Truth and Reconciliation. University of Notre Dame Press [* ]

Bevernage, B. (2012) History, memory, and state-sponsored violence: time and justice. New York: Routledge [* ]

Bishop, J. A. (2001) Through the eyes of freedom: a teen perspective on September 11, 2001. Oklahoma City, OK: New Horizons Pub.

Bivona, F. (2004) Gone but not forgotten: tribute to voices not heard. New York: Pioneer Pub.

Bongar, B. M. (ed.) (2007) Psychology of terrorism. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press [* ]

Bouris, E. (2007) Complex political victims   Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press
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Boyle, W. (2001) A mother's essays from Ground Zero. New York: Phoenix Books
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Breitweiser, K. (2006) Wake-up call: the political education of a 9/11 widow. New York: Warner Books [* ]

Butler, A. S. (et al.) (2003) Preparing for the psychological consequences of terrorism: a public health strategy. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press
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Cabestrero, T. (1985) Blood of the innocent: victims of the Contras' war in Nicaragua. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books; London, England: Catholic Institute for International Relations [* ]

Cahill, K. M. (ed.) (2003) Traditions, values, and humanitarian action. New York: Fordham University Press and The Center for International Health and Cooperation
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Cancelmo, J.A. (et al.) (eds.) (2003) Terrorism and the psychoanalytic space: international perspectives from Ground Zero. New York: Pace University Press

Canfield, J. (et al.) (comp.) (2002) Chicken soup for the soul of America: stories to heal the heart of our nation Deerfield Beach, Fla.: Health Communications Inc.
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Carlson, K. (1986) One American must die: a hostage's personal account of the hijacking of Flight 847. New York: Congdon & Weed; Chicago: Contemporary Books
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Casadevante Romani, Carlos Fernandez de. International Law of Victims. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2012.

Cohen, S. & D. (2000) Pan AM 103: the bombing, the betrayals, and a bereaved family's search for justice. New York: New American Library

Cox, M. & Foster, T. (1992) Their darkest day: the tragedy of Pan Am 103 and its legacy of hope. New York: Grove Weidenfeld [* ]

Crelinsten, R.D. (ed.) (1977) Final report on dimensions of victimization in the context of terroristic acts. [conf.: Hotel Lumina, Evian, France, June 3-5; International Centre for Comparative Criminology. University of Maryland, College Park. Institute of Criminal Justice and Criminology] Montreal: Centre international de criminologie comparée, Université de Montréal.

Danieli, Y. (et al.) (eds.) (2004) The trauma of terrorism: sharing knowledge and shared care, an international handbook Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press [* ]

Darnay, M. & Ciavola, D.H. (et al.) (eds.) Sounds of silence: remembering the heroes, victims & survivors of September 11, 2001. Bloomington, IN: 1st Books Library

Derrer, D. S. (1992) We are all the target: a handbook of terrorism avoidance and hostage survival. Annapolis, Md.: Naval Institute Press [* ]

Doggett, M. (1992) Death foretold: the Jesuit murders in El Salvador .Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press [* ]

Dornstein, K. (2006) The boy who fell out of the sky: a true story. New York: Random House [* ]

Doucet, G. (2003) Terrorism, victims, and international criminal responsibility.y France: SOS attentats [* ]

Drake, C. J. M. (1998) Terrorists' target selection. New York: St. Martin's Press
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Dwyer, J. & Flynn, K. (2005) 102 minutes: the untold story of the fight to survive inside the Twin Towers. New York: Times Books
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Eichelman, B. (et al.) (eds.) Terrorism, interdisciplinary perspectives Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association

Emerson, S. & Duffy, B. (1990) The fall of Pan Am 103: inside the Lockerbie investigation. New York, NY: Putnam [* ]

Ensalaco, M. (2000) Chile under Pinochet: recovering the truth . Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press

Feinberg, K. R. (2005) What is life worth? The unprecedented effort to compensate the victims of 9/1.1 New York: Public Affairs

Fink, M. & Mathias, L. (2002) Never forget: an oral history of September 11, 2001. New York: Regan Books [* ]

Flowers, R. B. (2002) Murder, at the end of the day and night: a study of criminal homicide offenders, victims, and circumstances. Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas
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Fontana, M. (2005) A widow's walk. New York: Simon & Schuster
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Forster, P. L. (1996) In the wake of the bomb: Nancy Ingram's personal story of her rescue and survival of the Oklahoma City bombing. Highland City, FL: Rainbow Books, Inc. [* ]

Fundacion Miguel Angel Blanco. Terrorism: A Crime Against Humanity. Geneva: Palais des Nations, March 2011.

Gabriel, B. (2006) Because they hate: a survivor of Islamic terror warns America. New York: St. Martin's Press [* ]

Gelernter, D. H. (1997) Drawing life: surviving the Unabomber. New York: Free Press

Gerson, A.  & Adler, J. (2001) The price of terror: one bomb, one plane, 270 lives: the history-making struggle for justice after Pan Am 103. New York: HarperCollins
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Ginger, A. F. (ed.) (2005) Challenging US human rights violations since 9/11. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books [* ]

Giraldo, J. (1996) Colombia: the genocidal democracy. Monroe, Me: Common Courage Press [* ]

Glick, L. & Zegart, D. (2004) Your father's voice: letters for Emmy about life with Jeremy--and without him after 9/11. New York: St. Martin's Press
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Griffin-Nolan, Ed. (et al.) (eds.) (1987) Nicaragua: civilian victims of the U.S. contra war, July 1986-January 1987: an investigative report. Washington, D.C.: Witness for Peace [* ]

Hagan, F. E. (2013) Introduction to criminology: theories, methods, and criminal behavior. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Publications [* ]

Hansen, H. (1998) The deafening silence. London; Atlanta: Minerva Press

Haugen, D. M. & Box, M.J. (eds.) (2006)  Terrorism. Detroit: Greenhaven Press: Thomson/Gale

Heinz, W. S. & Frühling, H. (1999) Determinants of gross human rights violations by state and state-sponsored actors in Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, and Argentina, 1960-1990. The Hague; Boston: M. Nijhoff; Cambridge, MA: Kluwer Law International
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Heyen, W. (ed.) (2002) September 11, 2001: American writers respond. Silver Springs, MD: Etruscan Press

Hirsch, S. F. (2006) In the moment of greatest calamity: terrorism, grief, and a victim's quest for justice. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press
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Hoffman, P.J. & Weiss, T.G. (2006) Sword & salve: confronting new wars and humanitarian crises. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield
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Hollander, N. C. (1997) Love in a time of hate: liberation psychology in Latin America. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press [* ]

Hollander, P. (ed.) (2006) From the Gulag to the killing fields: personal accounts of political violence and repression in communist states.
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Horton, M. (1991) The Lockerbie airline crash. San Diego, Calif.: Lucent Books
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Housley, J. & Beutler, L.E. (2007) Treating victims of mass disaster and terrorism Cambridge, MA: Hogrefe [* ]

Howell, K. W. (ed.) (2012) Still the arena of Civil War: violence and turmoil in reconstruction Texas, 1865-1874. Denton, Tex.: University of North Texas Press
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Human Rights Office, Archdiocese of Guatemala  (1999) Guatemala, never again! REMHI, Recovery of Historical Memory Project. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books; London: CIIR; Latin America Bureau [* ]

Human Rights Watch (2003) Burundi: everyday victims: civilians in the Burundian War/ New York: Human Rights Watch

Israel, Ministry of Education (2002) Target: Israeli children: scores of Israeli children have been deliberately murdered by Palestinian terrorists Jerusalem: Ministry of Education

Institute of Victims of Terrorism (U.S.) & Abou El Azayem Mental Health Center (Egypt) (1989) Mental health services to victims of community violence. [conference: World Federation for Mental Health; Cairo, Egypt, 1988] Cairo, Egypt: Mental Health Center Institute.

Irving, C. (ed.) (1995) In their name: dedicated to the brave and the innocent, Oklahoma City, April 1995. New York: Random House
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Jammu & Kashmir Human Rights Awareness and Documentation Centre (1998) Turbulent autumn in Kashmir: a report on human rights violations committed by the Indian Forces during the months of October to December 1997. Srinagar: Institute of Kashmir Studies [* ]

Jones, R. (1995) Where was God at 9:02 a.m.? Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers
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Kashurba, G. J. (2006) Quiet courage: the definitive account of Flight 93 and its aftermath. Somerset, PA: SAJ Pub.

Kassimeris, G. (ed.) (2006) Warrior's dishonour: barbarity, morality and torture in modern warfare. Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate
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Khouzam, H. R. (et al.) (2007) Handbook of emergency psychiatry. Philadelphia: Mosby/Elsevier [* ]

Kight, M. (comp.) (1998) Forever changed: remembering Oklahoma City, April 19, 1995. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books [* ]

Kiser, J. W. (2002) The monks of Tibhirine: faith, love, and terror in Algeria. New York: St. Martin's Press [* ]

Kjelle, M. M. (2003) Helping hands: a city and a nation lend their support at ground zero. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers
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Knafo, D. (ed.) (2004) Living with terror, working with trauma: a clinician's handbook Lanham, Md.: Jason Aronson [* ]

Koch, B. A. (et al.) (eds.) (2004) Terrorism, tort law and insurance: a comparative survey. New York: Springer
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Koenig, H. G. (2006) In the wake of disaster: religious responses to terrorism & catastrophe. Philadelphia: Templeton Foundation Press
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Kulling, P. (2000) The terrorist attack with Sarin in Tokyo: 20 March 1995. Stockholm: Socialstyrelsen [* ]

Kumar, P. (2001) Victims of militancy, Punjab. Chandigarh: Institute for Development and Communication

Lei, C. (2002) The perfect son: biography of Vijayashanker. Kuala Lumpur: S. Paramsothy

Letschert, Rianne, I. Staiger, A. Pemberton (eds.) (2010)Assisting Victims of Terrorism. Towards a European Standard of Justice. New York: Springer

Levush, R. (2002) Compensation for victims of terrorist actions: Israel as a case study. Washington, D.C.: Law Library of Congress

Longman, J. (2002) Among the heroes: United Flight 93 and the passengers and crew who fought back. New York, N.Y.: HarperCollins
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Louis, N. (2002) United we stand. Edina, Minn.: Abdo Pub.

Madeira, J. L. (2012) Killing McVeigh: the death penalty and the myth of closure. New York: New York University Press [* ]

Magee, M. (ed.) All available boats: the evacuation of Manhattan Island on September 11, 2001. New York: Spencer Books
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Martini, C. (2003) Tribute to America: honoring heroes of Sept. 11. San Francisco: Tom Burnett Family Foundation

Matheson, M. J. (2006) Council unbound: the growth of UN decision making on conflict and post-conflict issues after the Cold War. Washington, D.C.: United States Institute of Peace Press [* ]

McCall, D. (2002) From tragedy to triumph. Johnstown, PA: Noah's Ark Pub.
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McCartney, J. (2003) Jason McCartney: after Bali. Docklands: G. Slattery; South Melbourne: Lothian Books

McDaniel, D. (1997) Enniskillen: the remembrance Sunday bombing. Dublin, Ireland: Wolfhound Press; Niwot, Colo.: Irish American Book Co.[* ]

McKendry, S. (2000) Disappeared: the search for Jean McConville. Dublin: Blackwater Press

McKittrick, D. (1999) Lost lives: the stories of the men, women, and children who died as a result of the Northern Ireland troubles. Edinburgh: Mainstream

Medani, A. M. (2001) Crimes against international humanitarian law in Sudan: 1989-2000. Cairo: Dar el-Mostaqbal el-Arab

Méndez, J. E. (1989) The killings in Northern Nicaragua. Washington, DC: Humans Rights Watch

Mild, R. (1999) Miriam's gift: a mother's blessing--then and now. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Fithian Press [* ]

Moghaddam, F. M. & Marsella, A.J. (eds.) (2004) Terrorism: psychosocial roots, consequences, and interventions. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association
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Morrissey, M. & Smyth, M. (1999) Northern Ireland's troubles: the human costs. London; Sterling, Va.: Pluto Press [* ]

Mostert, S. (2003) Victor over victim: the Bruce Walsh story. Cape Town: Human & Rousseau

Murrah Federal Building bombing, April 19, 1995. Stillwater, OK: Fire Protection Publication 1996 [* ]

Newsday and the Tribune Company, the staff of the (2002)  American lives: the stories of the men and women lost on September 11. Philadelphia: Camino Books

New York Times, The (2002) Portraits 9/11/01: the collected "Portraits of grief" from The New York Times. New York: Times Books/Henry Holt and Co.           
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Nicaraguan Association for Human Rights (1990) Amnesty: jail and death. Managua, Nicaragua: The Association [* ]

Nink Pflug, J. & Kizilos, P. (1996) Miles to go before I sleep: my grateful journey back from the hijacking of EgyptAir flight 648. Center City, Minn.: Hazelden
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Nnamani, N. (2002) Terrorism on adoration ground: the true story of the killings masterminded by Governor Chimaroke Nnamani of Enugu State Enugu: AMEN

Ochberg, F. M. & Soskis, D. A. (eds.) (1982) Victims of terrorism. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press [* ]

Oklahoma Today Magazine (2000) April 19, 1995, 9:02 a.m.: the official record of the Oklahoma City bombing. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Dept.
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Olivera, B. (1997) How far to follow? the martyrs of Atlas. Petersham, Mass.: St. Bede's Publications [* ]

Perera, V. (1993) Unfinished conquest: the Guatemalan tragedy. Berkeley: University of California Press [ ]

Pezzino, P. (2012) Memory and massacre: revisiting Sant'Anna di Stazzema. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan [* ]

Pomponio, A. T. (2002)  Psychological consequences of terrorism. New York: Wiley
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Powell, M. E. (2003) Practicing forgiveness: aftermath of the first suicide bombing of an American target. Florida: M.E. Powell
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Restorick, R. (2000) Death of a soldier: a mother's search for peace in Northern Ireland. Belfast: Blackstaff Press

Roleff, T. L. (ed.) (2004) The Oklahoma City bombing. San Diego, Calif.: Greenhaven Press

Rolston, B. & Gilmartin, M. (2000) Unfinished business: state killings and the quest for truth. Belfast: Beyond the Pale Publication

Ross, J. & Myers, P. (eds.) (1996) Dear Oklahoma City, get well soon: America's children reach out to the people of Oklahoma. New York: Walker and Co.
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Scaperlanda, M. R. (1997) Their faith has touched us: the legacies of three young Oklahoma City bombing victims. Kansas City, MO: Sheed & Ward

Schein, L. A. (et al.) (eds.) (2006) Psychological effects of catastrophic disasters: group approaches to treatment. New York: Haworth Press
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Schmid, Alex P. (Managing ed.) Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power. Bangkok: United Nations, 2005

Schoemperlen, D. (2004) The names of the dead: an elegy for the victims of September 11 New York: Viking
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Seth, N. (2000) Helping the child victims of terrorism: an interact experience. New Delhi: Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies

Shaffi, H.S. (1994) Holocaust on Pan Am flight 073. New York: Rivercross Pub.
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Shaler, R. C. (2005) Who they were: inside the World Trade Center DNA story: the unprecedented effort to identify the missing. New York: Free Press
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Sharif, I. (1996) The success of political terrorist events: an analysis of terrorist tactics and victim characteristics, 1968 to 1977. Lanham: University Press of America
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Shapo, M. S. (2005) Compensation for victims of terrorism. Dobbs Ferry, NY: Oceana Publications [* ]

Sheehy, G. (2003) Middletown, America: one town's passage from trauma to hope. New York: Random House [* ]

Silate, J. (2007) Terrorist attack: true stories of survival. New York: Rosen Central
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Silke, A. (2003) Terrorists, victims, and society: psychological perspectives on terrorism and its consequences. Chichester, West Sussex, England; Hoboken, NJ: Wiley
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Smyth, M. & Fay, M-T. (eds.) (2000) Personal accounts from Northern Ireland's troubles: public conflict, private loss. London; Sterling, Va.: Pluto Press

Spencer, G. (2005) Omagh: voices of loss. Belfast: Appletree

Straussner, S. L.A. & Phillips, N. K. (eds.) (2004) Understanding mass violence: a social work perspective. Boston: Pearson A and B

Stroppel, D. T. (2003) Commuter's story--9-11. Bloomington, Ind.: 1st Books Library

Taylor, G. (1993) Valinda, our daughter. Calgary, Alberta: Detselig Enterprises

Testrake, J. (1987) Triumph over terror on Flight 847 Old Tappan, N.J.: F.H. Revell Co.
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Treanor, K. & Chand, C. (2002) Ashley's garden: one family's journey, from grief to spiritual restoration, in the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing. Kansas City:
Andrews McMeel Pub. [* ]

UN. Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial, Summary, or Arbitrary Executions (1994)
Evidence of extrajudicial, summary, or arbitrary executions in Africa. The Gambia, West Africa: African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies
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UNDOC. (2012) The Criminal Justice Response to Support Victims of Acts of Terrorism. New York: United Nations,. (Revised edition)
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Ursano, R. J. (et al.) (eds.) (2003) Terrorism and disaster: individual and community mental health interventions. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press
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US. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance (2001) Description of the Economic Recovery and Assistance for American Workers Act of 2001: technical explanation of provisions approved by the committee on November 8, 2001. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.

US. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations (2003) Benefits for U.S. victims of international terrorism. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.

US. Congress. Senate. Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (2001) Psychological trauma and terrorism: assuring that Americans receive the support they need Washington: U.S. G.P.O.

US. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures (1977) The terrorist and his victim. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.
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US. New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Committee on Children & Families (2002) Public hearing on family caretakers. New York: En-De Reporting

US. New York (State). Legislature. Senate. Standing Committee on Crime Victims, Crime and Correction (2001) In the matter of distribution of relief funds to victims. Clifton Park, N.Y.: Candyco Transcription Service

US. Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Dept. of Justice (2000) Responding to terrorism victims: Oklahoma City and beyond. Washington, D.C.: Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Dept. of Justice
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US. State of New York Office of the Attorney General, Charities Bureau (2002) Report on September 11th charitable relief: an overview at one year. New York (State). Dept. of Law. Charities Bureau

Volkman, V. R. (ed.) (2005) Beyond trauma: conversations on traumatic incident reduction. Ann Arbor, MI: Loving Healing Press
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Wallis, R. (2001) Lockerbie: the story and the lessons. Westport, Conn.: Praeger
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Webb, N.B. (ed.) (2004) Mass trauma and violence: helping families and children cope. New York: Guilford Press [* ]

Webber, J. (et al.) (eds.) (2005) Terrorism, trauma, and tragedies: a counselor's guide to preparing and responding. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association Foundation [* ]

Webel, C. (2004) Terror, terrorism, and the human condition. New York: Palgrave Macmillan [* ]

Weine, S. M. (2006) Testimony after catastrophe: narrating the traumas of political violence. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press
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Weine, S. M. (1999) When history is a nightmare: lives and memories of ethnic cleansing in Bosnia-Herzegovina. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press

Wessely, S. & Krasnov, V.N. (eds.) (2005) NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Social and Psychological Consequences of Chemical and Biological Terrorism. Amsterdam; Washington, DC: IOS Press
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Whitfield, T. (1994) Paying the price: Ignacio Ellacuría and the murdered Jesuits of El Salvador. Philadelphia: Temple University Press [* ]

Wiemer, L. M. & Katz, B. (2005) Waiting for peace: how Israelis live with terrorism. Jerusalem, Israel; Lynbrook, N.Y.: Gefen Books

Williams, P. K. (2003) A hero called Fish. Bloomington, Ind.: 1stBooks Library

Wilson, L. (2012) Criminal major case management: Persons of Interest Priority Assessment Tool (POIPAT) Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis
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Non-conventional Literature

Boniece, S. A. (1995) Maria Spiridonova, 1884-1918: Feminine martyrdom and revolutionary mythmaking. [thesis] Indiana University

Bowers, P.J. (1989) The media as victims and villains: the ethics of covering terrorism. [thesis] Wichita State University

Boza Butcher, I. (2008) Culture, religion & terrorism: A psychological exploration. [thesis] Long Island University

Britton, D. (2008) Elegies of darkness: Commemorations of the bombing of Pan Am 103. [thesis] Syracuse University

Callamard, A. (2000) Monitoring and investigating political killings. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Amnesty International [ ]

Chowanietz, C. (2010) Politics in extraordinary times: a study of the reaction of political parties and elites to terrorism. [thesis] Université de Montréal
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Cook, A.H. (2006) The 1995 Oklahoma City bombing: bureaucratic response to terrorism and a method for evaluation. [thesis] Kent State University

Davis, R.C. (et al.) (2009) Securing Rights for Victims; A Process Evaluation of the National Crime Victim Law Institute's Victims' Rights Clinics. Santa Monica: RAND Corp. [ ]

Dixon, L. & Kaganoff  Stern, R. (2004) Compensating the Victims of 9/11. Santa Monica: RAND Corp. [ ]

Felt, K.E. (2010) Of victims and victory: the modern memory of the Gulag and Joseph Stalin's terror in Russia. [thesis] Pennsylvania State University

Fruiterman, J. A. (2006) The lived experiences of nurses who cared for victims of the World Trade Center attack, September 11, 2001. [thesis] George Mason University

Gan, Li. (et al.) (2004) A simple model of optimal hate crime legislation. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research [ ]

Haddow, P.B. (1987) Compensation for victims of terrorism: an evaluation of judicial avenues of redress. [thesis] University of Georgia

Hoffman, Bruce & Kasupski, A-B. (2007) The Victims of Terrorism; An Assessment of Their Influence and Growing Role in Policy, Legislation, and the Private Sector Santa Monica: RAND Corp. [ ]

Human Rights First (2006) Abandoning the Persecuted: Victims of Terrorism and Oppressed Barred from Asylum. New York: Human Rights First
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Jarvis, R. L. (2009) Canaries in the classroom: Intimate terrorism survivors' stories. [thesis] Arizona State University
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Jaspers, J. P. C. (1980) Gijzelingen in Nederland : een onderzoek naar de psychiatrische, psychologische en andragologische aspecten. [Acts of Hostage Taking in the Netherlands: an investigation into psychiatric, psychological and andragological aspects] [in Dutch] Leiden University [Phd thesis]

Kilchling, M. (n.d.) Victims of Terrorism. An Overview on International Legislation on the Support and Compensation for Victims of Terrorist Threats. Max-Planck-Institute
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Konvisser, Z.D. (2006) Finding meaning and growth in the aftermath of suffering: Israeli civilian survivors of suicide bombings and other attacks. [thesis] Fielding Graduate University

Lakdawalla, D. & Talley, E. (2006) Optimal liability for terrorism. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research [ ]

Lawrence, P.B. (1997) Work of oracles, silence of terror: notes on the injury of war in eastern Sri Lanka. [thesis] University of Colorado

Linkh. D. (2005) Fire from a cloudless sky: a qualitative study of loss, trauma and resilience in the families of surviving New York City firefighters in the wake of the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001. [thesis] Columbia University

Morrissey, M. & Smyth, M. (2002) Northern Ireland after the Good Friday agreement: victims, grievance, and blame. London; Sterling, Va.: Pluto Press
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Mullins, D.W. (2000) Managing consequences of weapons of mass destruction: an international experiential learning model for healthcare providers. [thesis] Union Institute Graduate College

Nieto, M.P. (2005) Respository and the global memory: international global memorial for victims of terrorism. [thesis] University of Minnesota

Ondieki, K. G. (2005) Responses to transnational non-governmental terrorism in Kenya and the United States: An anthropological analysis. [thesis] University of Nevada

Osborne, R. G. (1996) Risk factors and dissociation relating to acute stress disorder in disaster victims. [thesis] Pacific Graduate School of Psychology

Picker, R. (2005) Victims' Perspectives About the Human Rights Violations. Hearings. Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR)
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Puvvala, P. V. V. (2010) Policy implications of public health workforce development for disaster preparedness in the United States. [thesis] The University of Texas School of Public Health

Racanelli, C. (2005) Attachment styles and compassion fatigue among the mental health clinicians of traumatized victims of terrorism. [thesis] Walden University

Ragsdale, A. M. (2003) Effects of extensive television and newspaper exposure to terrorism reporting on fear of victimization and curtailing civil liberties: media use interactions and gender differences. [thesis] University of Florida

Ranganathan, P.V. (2007) Survivors of torture, victims of law: reforming state immunity in Canada by developing exceptions for terrorism and torture. [thesis] Columbia University

Scott, K. M. (2004) Shadows of the soul: Exploring the transitory nature of the human spirit in response to the violence and trauma associated with terrorist phenomena. [thesis] Nova Southeastern University
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Sharif, I. S. (1990) The success of political terrorist events: An analysis of terrorist tactics and victim characteristics, 1968 to 1977. [thesis] Howard University

Sheehan, I. S. (2006) When terrorism and counterterrorism clash: Preemptive force and its impact on transnational terrorism. A time series intervention analysis. [thesis] George Mason University

Simalchik, J.G. (2004) If memory serves: Constructing the democratic project in Chile. [thesis] University of Toronto

Suzuki, Y. (2001) Victim assistance programs and terrorism: an exploratory study of gender differences in the consequences of victimization. [thesis] Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Tubin, B.C. (2006) Children's perceptions of good parenting in time of war and terrorism. [thesis] University of Northern Colorado

UK. House of Lords (2006) Victims of Overseas Terrorism Bill. London, House of Lords: Stationary Office
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UN. Secretary General (2009) Supporting Victims of Terrorism. New York, N.Y.: United Nations
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US. Congress. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (2003) Missing persons in Southeast Europe. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.
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US. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations  (2001) Charitable contributions for September 11: protecting against fraud, waste, and abuse. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.
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US. Department of Justice (2001) Responding to Victims of Terrorism and Mass Violent Crimes. Washington, D.C.: OVC Resource Center     
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Bruin, R. & Wouters, K.: Terrorism and the Non-derogability of Non-refoulement International Journal of Refugee Law 15 (1) 2003 pp.5-29

Butler, P.: Foreword: Terrorism and Utilitarianism: Lessons from, and for, Criminal Law Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 93 (1) 2002 pp.1-22

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Coady, C.A.J.: Terrorism and Innocence. The Journal of Ethics 8 (1) 2004 pp.37-58

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Fleischman, A.R. & Wood, E.B.: Ethical Issues in Research Involving Victims of Terror. Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 79 (3) 2002 pp.315-321

Forneris, C.A.: Terrorists, Victims, and Society Psychological Perspectives on Terrorism and Its Consequences. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 20 (1, Spring) 2006 pp. 104-105.

Gammonley, D. & Dziegielewski, S. F.: Crisis Intervention Responses to Children Victimized by Terrorism: Children Are Not Little Adults. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention 6 (1) 2006 pp.22-35

Greenberg, M.I. (et al.) Emergency department preparedness for the evaluation and treatment of victims of biological or chemical terrorist attack.  Journal of Emergency Medicine 22 (3) 2003 pp.273-278

Hardy, J.: Everything Old Is New Again: The Use of Gender-Based Terrorism against Women. Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 19 (Summer) 2001
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Itzhaky, H. & Dekel, R.: Helping Victims of Terrorism: What Makes Social Work Effective? Social Work 50 (4, October) 2005 pp.335-334
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Joshi, P. T. & O'Donnell, D. A.: Consequences of Child Exposure to War and Terrorism. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 6 (49 2003 pp.275-292

Kalyvas, S.: The Paradox of Terrorism in Civil War .The Journal of Ethics 8 (1) 2004 pp.97-138

Karam, P.: Radiological Terrorism Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 11 (3) 2005 pp.501-523

LaFree, G. (et al.) Cross-National Patterns of Terrorism British Journal of Criminology 50 (4) 2010 pp.622-649

Leitz Spitz, M-A.: Stalking: Terrorism at Our Doors - How Social Workers Can Help Victims Fight Back Social Work 48 (4) 2003 pp.504-512

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Lewis, C. W.: The Terror that Failed: Public Opinion in the Aftermath of the Bombing in Oklahoma City. Public Administration Review 60 (3) 2000 pp.201-210

Messari, N. & van der Klaauw, J.: Counter-Terrorism Measures and Refugee Protection in North Africa. Refugee Survey Quarterly 29 (4) 2011 pp.93-103

Miller, L.: Psychotherapeutic Interventions for Survivors of Terrorism. American Journal of Psychotherapy 58 (1) 2004 pp.1-16
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Phillips, R.: Feminism, policy and women's safety during Australia's ‘war on terror’. Feminist Review 89 (1) 2008 pp.55-72

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Weinstein, M.M.: Terrorism: The Ongoing Phenomenon. Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association 7 (March, 22) 2004

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