David C. Rapoport

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David Charles Rapoport (born January 7, 1929) is UCLA Professor Emeritus of Political Science, and an expert in terrorism. He is the editor of the scholarly journal Terrorism and Political Violence.

Works[edit]

  • Terrorism: Critical Concepts in Political Science [4 Volume Set] (Critical Concepts in Political Science) by David C. Rapoport (2006)
  • Inside Terrorist Organizations (Cass Series on Political Violence), by David Rapoport (2001)
  • The Democratic Experience and Political Violence, (Cass Series on Political Violence, 9), by David C. Rapoport and Leonard Weinberg (2001)
  • The Morality of Terrorism: Religious and Secular Justifications, by David C. Rapoport and Yonah Alexander (1989)
  • Morality of Terrorism: Religious Origins and Ethnic Implications (Pergamon policy studies on international politics), by David C. Rapoport and Yonah Alexander (1982)
  • The Rationalization of Terrorism, by David C. Rapoport and Yonah Alexander (1972)
  • Assassination and Terrorism, by David C Rapoport (1971)
  • The Four Waves of Terrorism, by David C Rapoport (2004) in Attacking Terrorism (Cronin and Ludes eds.) [1]