ABSTRACT

Mitigation of Terrorist Effects on Victims' Motivation   [open pdf - 1MB]

This edition of Colloquium, published by the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, discusses the Maslow model of motivational theory as a mechanism for understanding the basis of this fear and instability. "Leaders at all levels can look to the basic theory of human motivational needs for a framework to understand the fear and despair among the general population as a consequence of terrorism that makes the general population the real victims. National level policy makers, in addition to local public leaders, can capitalize on the same theory to provide a framework for implementing a strategy to deal with and mitigate these fears which result from terrorism."

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2010-08
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Public Domain
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United States Army Combined Arms Center: http://usacac.leavenworth.army.mil/
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Colloquium (August 2010), v.3 no.1
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