Tinjauan Kritis Sosial: Terorisme di Indonesia


  • Tukina Tukina Bina Nusantara University




terrorism, science, behavior


In the last few months, terrorism has become in interesting talks and debates. Unfortunately, terrorism study is minimum. Terrorism is an act or behavior that criticizes the existing civilization, especially west civilization. Terrorism topic could be studied from multidiscipline science, from social science, political, economical, and also religious. Terrorism study will be able to give contribution in solving terrorism problems accordingly. Terrorism problems involved complicated and wide dimension. In order to solve terrorism problems, it needs to be understood the way terrorism begins. Terrorism behavior is an act that must be its trigger. In order to solve terrorism overall, the trigger must be defined so the solution will be clear. Justice creates a world order, and is an important tool in reducing terrorist acts in addition to other efforts should also be made. This should be done immediately, because terrorism itself is due to many factors, and must also have interest in it.




Plum Analytics

Author Biography

Tukina Tukina, Bina Nusantara University

Jurusan Marketing Communication, Fakultas Komunikasi dan Multimedia


Couloumbis, T. A., & Wolfe, J. H. (1999). Pengantar hubungan internasional. New Jersey, USA: Hall Englewood Clifft.

Goodin, R. E., Kligemann, H. D. (1996). A new handbook of political science. Oxford University Press.

Lerner, Daniel. The Passing of Tradisional society : Modernizing the Middle East. Illinois : The Free Press, 1958

Macdonald, C. L. (1962). Western political theory: From Machiavelli to Burke. London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Mandan, A. M. (2006). Islam Indonesia. Jakarta: Forum Indonesia Satu (FIS).

Nazir. (1998). Metode penelitian. Jakarta: Ghalia Indonesia.

Pye, L. W., Verba, S. (ed). Political culture and political development. Princenton University Press.

Suparlan, S. (1995). Kemiskinan di perkotaan: Bacaan untuk antropologi perkotaan. Jakarta: Yayasan Obor Indonesia.

Tuner, J. H., & Beegley, J. (1981). The emergence of sociological theory. Illinois: The Dorsey Press.






Abstract 501  .
PDF downloaded 332  .