Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : terrorism

Participation of Women in Terrorist Activity: A global threat

Dr Anitha K N

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 8943-8954

World has been witnessing women in every way of life. Positively, there is no work which a woman cannot do. But women while running behind the horse of success,  going away from the work which should have been done. She is getting herself involved in the illegal activities too. One can witness sharp growth of that globally.Now, in the technological era its become easy to co ordinate to do illegal/disruptive activities.Though comparatively, participation of women in these kind of activities are less than men, we cannot ruled out the consequence as less. This article  focus on the meaning , different female terrorist groups, thereason for women to involve in terrorism etc.

Borderland and Occupational Mobility: Exploring the Khem Karan Town of Punjab, 1961 to 2011

Ashwani Kumar; Dr. Santosh Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6213-6221

This paper tried to address the issues of borderland and aspects of occupational mobility in the Khem Karan town of Punjab from 1961 to 2011. It explores the history of Khem Karan with core discussion of occupational mobility. It explores the process of occupational mobility and stigmatization of masses in the town due to India-Pakistan war’s and terrorism. It takes alternative sources like oral tradition and ‘collective memory’ of the Khem Karan peoples to explain their issues and challenges for livelihood as well as occupational mobility at the time of war and conflict. This paper also elaborates on policy and state initiatives for the inclusion of people at the border region. The literature discussed on occupational mobility examines the research themes and objectives. Finally, this paper reflects the basic theoretical approach and concludes with the field interviews of the peoples of Khem Karan.


Mehmet Nesip OGUN

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 4294-4302

Social Network Analysis has been used in several fields such as sociology, anthropology, and social psychology. However, it has been started to be used in security studies and criminology. Social network analysis came out as an alternative of traditional study methods. The value of social network theory versus other political science and sociological approaches is its focus on the value of the network structure rather that the characteristics of the individual. There is a growing interest in social networking research, particularly when networks play in facilitating terrorist tactics and strategic behavior. Within this regard, social network analysis of terrorist networks gained big importance in security studies. Social network analysis could be used as a very effective tool to understand vulnerabilities and weaknesses of terrorist networks. The Internet has become the main propaganda source for the organization as well as providing different information for the target audience. Presence of a terrorist organization is very important for ideological activities.