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IMPACT OF TERRORISM ON MORALE AND MOTIVATION OF SECURITY FORCES IN JAMMU & KASHMIR

Submitted by:

Rajani Santosh

(Synopsis for Ph.D. registration) Proposed Research Topic:

Impact of terrorism on Morale and Motivation of Security Forces in Jammu & Kashmir

Name of the candidate : Name of the Supervisor : Department Faculty Date : : :

Rajani Santosh ________________ Management and Labour Studies, Management Studies March 2009

(Rajani Santosh)

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Introduction………………………………………….

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Study Area/ Scope of Study………………..

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Justification………………………………………….

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Hypothesis & Objective of the Study...

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Review of Literature…………………………….

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Research Methodology…………………………

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Synopsis: Impact of terrorism on morale & motivation of security forces in J&K

Introduction:

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he term “Terrorism” comes from the French word “terrorisme” in 18th century based on the Latin word language verbs “terrere” (to frighten) and “deterrene” (to frighten from). It dates to 1795 and originally used

to describe the actions of Jacobins in their rule of post-revolutionary France, the so called “Reign of terror”. The Jacobins in their rule of France even have said to

coin the term “terrorists” to refer to themselves and they praised terror as the best way to defend liberty. Thus terrorism and terror therefore originally refer to methods employed by regimes to control their open populations through fear.

Some definitions of terrorism:1. “Terrorism” is defined as the premeditated, politically motivated violence perpetrated against non combatant targets by sub national groups or clandestine agents, usually intended to influence an audience. (Defined by The State department, USA). 2. Paul Pillar, former deputy chief of CIA’s counter terrorism centre, defines terrorism...