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(p. 225) Terrorism Stress Risk Assessment and Management 

(p. 225) Terrorism Stress Risk Assessment and Management
(p. 225) Terrorism Stress Risk Assessment and Management

Douglas Paton

and John M. Violanti

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date: 05 May 2021

Chapter 17 discusses terrorism stress risk assessment and management, including the risk management paradigm, managing stress risk from threatening events, during the alarm and mobilization phase, and during a response to terrorism, along with stress risk during reintegration.

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