Gyan Publishing House
Crime & criminology
Sociology of World Terrorism)Paras Kumar Chodhary (born on 13th October,1964) double M.A. (Sociology and Labour and Social Welfare), J.R.F. teacher llowship award recipient from UGC, Ph.D from Patna University, member editorial board of various journal like Social Focus and Research Reference, ex-member recruitmentcommittee, under Juvenile Justice (care andprotection of children) Act 2000, under Social Welfare Deptt. of Jharkhand Government, Exmember Senate, Academic council Ranchi University, Ranchi, has completed various projects. He contributed national level and regional level articles and author of “Principles of Sociology” (Vivekication), and editor of “Sociology of Pilgrims” (Kalpaz Publications). He participated in the 14th ICAES at Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, the 19th History of World Religion, Tokyo Japan, the 6th International Conference on History Dhaka,Bangladesh, the 16th World Congress IUAES Kumming, China, ex-Professor in charge (Head of the Deptt.) University Deptt., of Sociology, Ranchi University, ex-Director Human Rights Education Deptt., of Sociology, Ranchi University, Ranchi.An efficient team of ucationists with their best endeavours and sincere efforts extended to author in presenting the present volume on 'Terrorism'. It has been instrumental in imparting knowledge to the businessmen, government officials, corporate employees, doctors as well as students of all faculties.The book on the topic of 'Sociology of Terrorism' is divided into 21 chapters.This book would be immensely helpful to almost all classes of the people of the society and especially for the students to correlate with the studies relating to the subject matter of Sociology, Anthropology, Philosophy, History,Economics and other subjects. It might serve the purpose of using this volume as a reference guide while preparing for the higher-level examinations of sociology students to improve their performance in their future career and also help them to plan a strategy to tackle with the locational and situational problems.