Why Do They Do It? Perspective

Choose two domestic and two international terrorist organizations from the government lists of terrorist organizations. In 1200 words, describe the following:1. Describe the ideological foundations of each of the groups.

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2. Describe the modus operandi of each group and their most recent acts of terror.
3. Explain how the motivations and tactics differ between the domestic and the international terrorist groups you chose.
Use four scholarly resources to support your explanations.
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Reading Assignment
  Introduction to Criminology: Why Do They Do It?
1.Read Chapter 15 and Review Chapter 14 in Introduction to Criminology: Why Do They Do It?
URL: https://www.gcumedia.com/digital-resources/sage/2020/introduction-to-criminology_why-do-they-do-it_3e.php
2.In Search of the Most   Dangerous Town on the Internet 
Watch “In Search of The Most Dangerous Town on the Internet” [Video file] from Films on Demand (2015).
 3.My Brother the Terrorist [Video file] In Films on Demand (2014).
Read “Terrorism” from the National Institute of Justice website.
 5.Cyber Crime – FBI Website
Read “Cyber Crime” from the FBI website.
  6.The U.S. Department of   Justice: CCIPS Documents and Reports
Review “CCIPS Documents and Reports” from the United States Department of Justice: CCIPS Documents and Reports website.
7.Country Reports on Terrorism
Review “Country Reports on Terrorism” from the U.S. Department of State.
8.Introduction: New Directions   in Cybercrime Research
Read “Introduction: New Directions in Cybercrime Research,” by Bossler and Berenblum, from Journal of Crime and Justice (2019).