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Higher Education Funding Council for England, 2017
Since September 2016, "relevant higher education bodies" have been subject under the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015 to a statutory duty to have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism. In doing so, they must have particular regard to their existing duties to ensure freedom of speech and consider…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Progress Monitoring, Terrorism, Prevention
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Parker, David; Lindekilde, Lasse – Education Sciences, 2020
Governments across the West have invested significant resources in preventing radicalization, and strategies to prevent and counter violent extremism (P/CVE) are increasingly prominent within wider counter-terrorism policies. However, we know little about their effects, especially about projects that utilize former extremists to counter extremist…
Descriptors: Prevention, Violence, Antisocial Behavior, Intervention
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Griffiths, Haley K.; Townsend, Jasmine A. – Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership, 2018
This article discusses current literature and recommendations for future recreation-based camps for military children aged 7 to 17. Since the beginning of the Global War on Terrorism, the amount of government and community-based programs offered for military families over the past 15 years has significantly increased. This article gives a brief…
Descriptors: Recreational Activities, Recreational Programs, Military Personnel, Children
DeTample, Darrell R. – ProQuest LLC, 2016
Most Americans misunderstand the terms "Arab" and "Muslim," while also casting Arabs and Muslims as threats to national security. These perceived threats have led to the justification of the oppression of Arab and Muslim Americans similar to other minority groups in the United States, as non-Arab and non-Muslim Americans have…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Muslims, Arabs, North Americans
Moore, Tim; Clavier, David E. – 1980
Terrorists seek recognition for their cause by using violence to create public fear which will force the government into repressive counter-measures. The mass media play a vital role in this strategy. News reports of terrorism may magnify the climate of fear, thereby augmenting the public's overreaction. Moreover, broadcast of terrorist acts may…
Descriptors: Audiences, Censorship, Freedom of Speech, Government Role
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Taylor, Laura; Soni, Anita – Pastoral Care in Education, 2017
This article surveys relevant literature on experiences of the Prevent Strategy in the UK in order to explore the role of schools in preventing radicalisation. The first section explores the concept of radicalisation and how this is positioned within UK policy and legislation followed by a review and critical appraisal of seven relevant articles.…
Descriptors: Literature Reviews, Prevention, Terrorism, School Role
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Valleau, Annick; Rahimov, Komron; Cherkasov, Aleksandr – European Journal of Contemporary Education, 2018
This article examines the comprehensive and participatory component of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization's (SCO) approach to the fight against the "Three Evil Forces" within the theoretical framework of smart counterterrorism. After analyzing the problematic definitions of the concepts of terrorism and extremism, the authors choose…
Descriptors: Terrorism, Agency Cooperation, Cultural Awareness, Patriotism
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Wadsworth, Martha E.; Gudmundsen, Gretchen R.; Raviv, Tali; Ahlkvist, Jarl A.; McIntosh, Daniel N.; Kline, Galena H.; Rea, Jacqueline; Burwell, Rebecca A. – Applied Developmental Science, 2004
This study examined age and gender differences and similarities in stress responses to September 11th. Adolescents, young adults, and adults reported using a variety of strategies to cope with the terrorist attacks including acceptance, positive thinking, and emotional expression. In addition, involuntary stress responses such as physiological…
Descriptors: Stress Variables, Terrorism, Young Adults, Coping
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Densmore-James, Susan; Yocum, Russell G. – Schools: Studies in Education, 2015
Whether stemming from dysfunctional families, abuse, emotional responses to societal violence, the threat of terrorism, school shootings, or escaping the day-to-day tedium that life places before us, today's learners are vulnerable to loss and the grief, sorrow, depression, and anger that accompany such loss. This essay, written from the lead…
Descriptors: Literacy, Teaching Methods, Thinking Skills, Skill Development
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Fremont, Wanda P. – Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2004
Objective: To summarize the literature about the clinical presentation and treatment interventions of childhood reactions to terrorism-induced trauma. Method: The literature on children's responses to terrorist activities was reviewed. Results: Over the past 10 years, more research has emerged on the subject of terrorism in children. Many of the…
Descriptors: Psychiatry, Intervention, Terrorism, News Reporting
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Totten, Michael – Social Science Record, 1986
This article explores the possibility of terrorist acts against nuclear power stations. It includes information on reactor security, public policy, and alternative courses of action deemed to increase public safety and cost efficiency. (JDH)
Descriptors: Energy Education, Energy Management, Nuclear Power Plants, Power Technology
Treadwell, Katie L.; O'Grady, Marijo Russell – NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, 2019
"Crisis, Compassion, and Resiliency in Student Affairs" focuses on the personal lived experiences of student affairs professionals who frequently encounter crisis situations and disasters on college and university campuses. The book explores how to apply triage practices--doing what matters most in the moment during a crisis event--to…
Descriptors: Student Personnel Services, Crisis Management, Altruism, Resilience (Psychology)
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Wolton, Suke – Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 2017
The duty to monitor "the failure to uphold British Values" in the "Prevent" strategy, introduced in the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015, is itself an attack on British democracy. This article explains the contradictory nature of the "Prevent Duty." First, the current state of democracy in Britain is examined…
Descriptors: Social Values, Democracy, Prevention, Terrorism
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Ecclestone, Kathryn – Journal of Education Policy, 2017
Apocalyptic crisis discourses of mental health problems and psycho-emotional dysfunction are integral to behaviour change agendas across seemingly different policy arenas. Bringing these agendas together opens up new theoretical and empirical lines of enquiry about the symbioses and contradictions surrounding the human subjects they target. The…
Descriptors: Behavior Change, Educational Policy, Intervention, Terrorism
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Choo, Suzanne S. – Harvard Educational Review, 2017
With global risks such as terrorism, fundamentalism, and xenophobia permeating our everyday consciousness, there is a pressing need for educators to cultivate in their students a cosmopolitan hospitality toward multiple and marginalized others in the world. Yet, despite growing interest in ethics among literary scholars, theorizations of ethical…
Descriptors: Ethics, Literature, Teaching Methods, Criticism
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