The Criminology of Terrorism

The Criminology of Terrorism

Start off by defining the difference between being a criminal and being a terrorist. One of the most glaring differences is criminals tend to be opportunistic in their crimes; normally seeing an opportunity and seizing upon it. There is normally little, if any planning and most terrorist are not fully committed to their “cause”. In many cases, when confronted, a criminal will flee whereas a terrorist tends to be much more committed to his work; even if it means his/her death. Criminals are normally motivated by physical wealth whereas a terrorist rarely considers wealth unless it is money needed to fund future terror activities.

Your papers must:

The first page of your paper will be a cover sheet correctly formatted according to APA guidelines.

The second page will include an Abstract.

This paper will use 1-inch margins, Times New Roman 12-point font, and double spacing.

The citations for each article MUST be correctly formatted according to APA guidelines.

Excluding the cover page and references, this paper must be at least 2 pages of written text.

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The paper highlights terrorism and criminal activities by analyzing the difference and similarities between the two acts. While both terrorism and criminality are driven by different motives, their acts are interrelated. The distinguishing elements…

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