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Perceptions of Japanese Students on Terrorism and Other Security Problems: Initial Results from a Pilot Study

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  • April 2003
    Volume: 
    27
    Issue: 
    2
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    This paper is part of an international collaborative research project involving researchers from India, England, Japan and the United States. International terrorism has emerged as a major human concern after September 11, 2001 and an understanding of this against the backdrop of related security problems has emerged as a priority research area.

    This paper presents preliminary findings of an exploratory pilot study. In the spring semester of 2002, undergraduate students in a Japanese college were surveyed about their views following the two major terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 (New York and Washington) and December 13, 2001 (Indian Parliament). A total of 75 undergraduate students completed a self-administered questionnaire.

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