War on Terrorism: The Views of Criminal Justice and Non-Criminal Justice Majors on Terrorism and the Punishment of Terrorists

Eric Lambert, University of Toledo
Alan Clarke, University of Wisconsin - Parkside

ABSTRACT
The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 have brought to the forefront the problem of terrorism and has raised the question of how terrorists should be treated and punished for their crimes. This presentation reports the results of a survey of college students at two Midwestern universities concerning terrorism and terrorists and examines whether Criminal Justice majors differ from other majors in their views on terrorism and the punishment of terrorists.

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