Project Submitted to the National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam, In Partial fulfilment of requirement of Paper I (Legal Methods and Social Sciences Research Methodology)
Submitted by: Supervised by: praveen jhalani prof. gurjeet singh (I year, I semester2011)
Certified that the project on titled “9/11 v. 26/11: A COMPARATIVE STUDY. The need for amendment is a piece of original and Bonafide Research Undertaken by me. It is further certified that no part of this project has been submitted by me for any purpose whatsoever.
Place- Guwahati Signature of the Candidate Date – 28 Oct. 11 PRAVEEN JHALANI
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Comparative Research Methodology 4
1.1 Introduction 5
Chapter 2: 9/11 7
Chapter 3 : 26/11 10
Chapter 4 : The Role of the United Nations in the Aftermath of the Attacks 14
Chapter 5 : Constitutionality of Anti-Terror Laws in The USA 16
Chapter 6 : Constitutionality of Anti-Terror Laws in India 19
Chapter 7 : Change in Perception of Islam 22
Chapter 8 : The Role of the Media 24
Chapter 9 : Conclusion 26
Chapter 1: Comparative Research Methodology
Comparative research is a research methodology in the social sciences that aims to make comparisons across different countries or cultures. A major problem in comparative research is that the data sets in different... [continues]
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