Studies in Criminal Justice, Terrorism, and International Political Conflicts
This book covers criminal justice and terrorism topics, with some related political studies. It consists of a collection of essays and research studies designed for academic audiences. This is a useful guide for high schoolers, college students, professors, and teachers. The reader will learn about terrorism topics and political conflicts and grasp how these fields are tied together. The readings will serve as good reference tools for those who are interested in understanding how conflicts develop, and are willing to resolve some of the problems brought on by international and domestic terrorism.
About the Author
Frank Fuller is currently a Ph.D. student in Political Science at Clark Atlanta University specializing in East Asian politics, international relations, comparative politics, American politics, and criminal justice. He has an M.S. from Georgia Tech in International Affairs and a B.A. in Politics from Oglethorpe University. In addition to being a graduate assistant in social science fields at Georgia Tech and Clark Atlanta, lecturing in several areas of international politics, he has done graduate assistant work in the criminal justice department at Georgia State for several years, lecturing to undergraduates on domestic and international terrorism. He has also taught intelligence and national security workshops for several corporations and nonprofits based in Washington D.C. to numerous groups of high school and middle school students. He has presented research at various criminal justice and political science conferences over the years and has several other publications.