Based on unique source material, the authors provide a detailed insight into the operational aspects of the 22nd July 2011 attacks in Norway, particularly focusing on Anders B. Breivik's targeting and decision-making process. It explains how even this ruthless terrorist was affected by a number of constraints in a profoundly dynamic process.
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"[This book] is based on a large range of data that would be the envy of any researcher. The authors do this privileged access justice with a phenomenal book that merits re-reading because it is so full of intimate granular level of data ... But it is not just the data access that makes this piece of work unique. There is a lot for the field of research to learn from in terms of methodological approach." - Paul Gill, Senior Lecturer in Security and Crime Science, University College London, UKÜber den Autor:
Cato Hemmingby is Research Fellow at the Norwegian Police University College, and senior advisor in the Norwegian Government Security and Service Organization. His academic background is in Middle East and Terrorism Studies. His doctorate research on terrorist targeting at the University of Stavanger, Norway, addresses solo terrorists, militant Islamists in Europe and the Provisional Irish Republican Army. Tore Bjorgo is Professor of Police Science at the Norwegian Police University College, and Adjunct Research Professor at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. In addition to numerous articles, he has authored and edited thirteen books, including: Leaving Terrorism Behind (2009); Strategies for Preventing Terrorism (2013), and; Preventing Crime: A Holistic Approach (2015).
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