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2013, vol. 65, br. 4, str. 315-328
Neki problemi izučavanja terorizma
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet bezbednosti
Ključne reči: studije terorizma; kritički pristup; ortodoksni pristup
Sažetak
Studije terorizma predstavljaju oblast koja se najbrže razvija i u kojoj se konstantno pojavljuju novi istraživači koji na svoj način pokušavaju da doprinesu njihovom razvoju. Ipak, povećanje broja onih koji se nekom tematikom bave ne dovodi uvek do kvalitetnijeg proučavanja. Ovaj članak analizom nekih od vodećih pristupa u studijama terorizma pokušava da ukaže na brojne izazove i probleme koji trenutno postoje u studijama terorizma, ali i da istovremeno ukaže i na neke buduće tendencije i moguće pravce razvoja koje bi trebalo pratiti i praktikovati kako bi se takvi izazovi i problemi prevazišli. U tu svrhu, iznete su neke od osnovnih postavki kritičkog pristupa terorizmu koji nije mnogo zastupljen u domaćoj literaturi, a otvara mogućnost da se terorizam proučava u potpuno novom svetlu.
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