OPVL Sources DeAngelis, Tori. “Understanding terrorism”. American Psychological Association. American Psychological Association, 11 November 2009. Web. 23 March 2014. < http://www.apa.org/monitor/2009/11/terrorism.aspx >. The origin of this article “ Understanding Terrorism” is written from a website called “American Psychological Association” by Tori DeAngelis on the 11th of November 2009. The purpose of this article is to help people understand why people become terrorist. This article is meant for people who are doing research or to people who are ignorant about why people become terrorism. The value of this article is that it is not bias, but it is face that are to inform people. This article shows people that there is more meaning behind when people join terrorist groups, and that people are trying to find ways to prevent it. The Limitation of this article is that it’s well informed on the psychologist perspective so there can be a solution to end terrorism. Hoffman, Bruce. “Answer to Why People Become Terrorist”. The Daily Beast. The Daily Beast, 27 April 2013. Web. 23 March 201. < http://www.thedailybeast .com /articles/2013/04/27/answers-to-why-people-becometerrorists.html>. The origin of this article “ Answers to Why People Become Terrorist” by Bruce Hoffman on the 27th of April 2013. The purpose of this article was to inform us on what the reason are people become terrorist. This article was meant for people that are doing research on such a topic. The value of this article is that an expert who is well informed about this topic writes this article. Also the value of this article is that the Authors perspective is informative. The limitations of this article are that an American who got his information from what he’s heard or read writes it. Grothaus, Nick. “Types of Terrorism.” Hand of Reason. Hand of Reason, n.d. Web. 18 April 2014. < http://www.apa.org/monitor/2009/11/terrorism.aspx >. The origin of this article is a secondary source that is written by Nick Grothaus in 2011. The purpose of this article was to inform people on several causes on why people become terrorist from different perspectives. This is meant for people are trying to find research about causes of terrorism. The value of one perspective, but from multiple perspectives to give facts with truth. The value of this article is that the information about causes of terrorism is from other perspectives besides one. The value is suppose to show us that the author tried to include facts that are able to help people who are researching. The limitations are that the sources that he got them from could have been told through only one perspective. Kaczynski, Andrew. “5 Reasons Why Young People Become Terrorists”. BuzzFeed Politics. BuzzFeed, 23 April 2013. Web. 24 March 2014. < http://www.buzzfeed.com/ andrewkaczynski /reasons-why-young-people-become-terrorists >. The origin is a secondary source that was written by Andrew Kaczynski on the 23rd of April 2013. The purpose of this source was to list the causes of why people join terrorist groups. This article was meant for people who are looking for causes to terrorism. The value of this article is that there are different perspectives to support each cause that is listed. Also the value of this article shows us the different causes of how young people become terrorist from different views from primary source that are reliable. The limitations are that the author is not an expert on the topic of young terrorism. Also some of the primary sources were mostly from the perspective of psychologist. Berrebi, Claude. “Evidence About the Link Between Education, Poverty and Terrorism Among Palestinians.” The Berkeley Electronic Press, (2007): 1-10. PDF file. 26 March 2014. < http://public-policy.huji.ac.il/.upload/segel/ ClaudeBerrebi/EvidenceAbouttheLinkBetweenEducation.pdf >. The origin of this PDF, “Evidence about the Link between Education, Poverty and Terrorism among Palestinians” was written by Claude Berrebi in 2007. The purpose of this PDF was to explain why lack of education and poverty are not the reason people become terrorist. This PDf was for people who want to know why lack of money and education is not a factor for terrorism. The value of this origin is that the author is a current member at a “Network for the Economic Analysis for Terrorism”. The value of the purpose is that all the information from this source is from different perspectives and some are primary sources. The limitation of the origin is that the author is analysis of others people research that may be out dated. Hassan, Nasra. “An Arsenal of Believes”. The New Yorker. Condé Nast, 19 November 2009. Web. 26 March 2014. < http://www.newyorker.com/archive/2001/ 11/19/ 011119fa_FACT1 >. The origin of the article “An Arsenal of Believers” was written by Nasar Hassan on the on March 26, 2001. The purpose of this article was to show us how terrorist comes to be and wants to die for from an actual interview by Hassan. The article was meant for people who wanted to know why a terrorist kills or bombs to complete a mission. The value of purpose was that this article was a secondary source, but the information was from a primary source and explained why a terrorist might kill others. The value of the origin is that the author actually went to go an interview a person who was in a terrorist group and found out what was his reason on joining. The limitation on the purpose is that you don’t know if the interview was real or made up. Another limitation is that it was only from person perspective on the reason why they become a terrorist. The limitation on the origin is you don’t know if the author is an expert on the studies of terrorism Krueger, Alan. “What Makes a Terrorist?” The American. American .com Archive, n.d. Web. 26 March 2014. < http://www.american.com/archive/2007/november -december-magazinecontents/what-makes-a-terrorist >. The origin of this article “What Makes a Terrorist”, is written by Alan Krueger, a professor who teaches economics, and has written a book called “What Makes a Terrorist: Economic and the Roots of Terrorism.” which is where this article came from. The purpose of this article was to show people that poverty and lack of education are not the main reasons on why people join terrorist groups, and different ways it can be stopped. This article is to convince other authors that have written articles stating that for many people who are doing research on the causes of why people join terrorist groups is not because of lack of education and money but because of their religion, nationalism, and revenge. The value of the origin of this article was it was written by a person that does have some knowledge of subject and has also written a book on the topic. The value of the purpose was that its information was gathered from other sources, which showed the article had used other perspectives to gather the information to support his information. The limitations are that the article is an educated opinion based on facts from the times of lynching. Maiese, Michelle. “Suicide Bombers” Beyond Intractability. Beyond Intractability, n.d. Web. 26 March 2014. < http://www.beyondintractability.org/essay/ suicide-bombers >. The origin of this article, “Suicide Bombers” is written by Michelle Maiese who majored in philosophy. The purpose of this article is to inform the reading mental reason why people become part of terrorist groups. This article was meant for people who are doing research for what are the mental reasons that leads people to terrorism. The value of the purpose is that this article is to inform researches on people’s psychological state, which leads them to join a terrorism group. The value of the origin is that a person who majors in the psychology writes this article and that she used resources from other perspectives besides her own. The limitation of the origin is that the author is not majored in terrorism history so terrorist thinking could change throughout the years. Stern, Jessica. “What Motivates Terrorists?” Defining Idea. Hoover Institution Journal, 21 January 2011. Web. 26 March 2014. < http://www.hoover.org/ publications/defining-ideas/article/58841 >. The origin of this article, “What Motivates Terrorist” is written by a person who has wrote several pieces on terrorism even a book that was recognized to be “the notable book of the year.” This article was written published by the hoover institution on the January 21, 2011. The purpose of this article was to inform people that terrorist act on ideology, which is why people join terrorist groups. This article was for people who are researching on causes of terrorism. The value of the origin of this article was that a person that has done her own research on this topic, and has even written a book wrote it. The value of the purpose was that the information was from the perspective of an expert of on this subject. The limitation was that it was the information was form her only one perspective and since Stern is part of the U.S. National Security is mostly based on the information that U.S feels the reason why people become terrorist.