1st Edition

Terror from the Extreme Right

Edited By Tore Bjorgo Copyright 1995

    This first volume in a new series comprises nine contributions originally presented at a workshop supported by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Berlin in August, 1994. Topics range from right-wing violence in North America to the development, patterns, and causes of violence against fore

    Series Foreword, Editor's Preface, Introduction, Right-Wing Terrorism in a Comparative Perspective: The Case of Split Delegitimization, Right-Wing Violence in North America, Radical Right Parties in Europe and Anti-Foreign Violence: A Comparative Essay, Racist Violence and Criminal Behaviour in Sweden: Myths and Reality, Development, Patterns and Causes of Violence against Foreigners in Germany: Social and Biographical Characteristics of Perpetrators and the Process of Escalation, Extreme Nationalism and Violent Discourses in Scandinavia: 'The Resistance', 'Traitors', and 'Foreign Invaders', Italian Neo-Fascist Terrorism: A Comparative Perspective, Right-Wing Terrorism in South Africa, Wrapping Up in Something Long: Intimidation and Violence by Right-Wing Groups in Postwar Japan, Notes on Contributors, Select Bibliography, Index


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