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Ma.Gabriela Requejo Antuna
International Relations


A) This Project is divided by 4 stages. In the first stage we have to develop the general idea of what we want to talk about. The first stage includes the topic in which we are interested on , giving its key terms and concepts sand explaining them with standard references . Then we have to formulate 3 questions , that weare concerned ,what we would like to know , or what we think is causing the problem. In other words creating a Hypothesis. In the second stage we have to be more specific in our theme , giving anspecific case or situation in which we could analyze the problems and the causes of the Topic given at the first stage , researching and developing our hypothesis. In the third stage we have to have aconcrete development of our hypothesis , proves and solutions. The third stage is the first draft of the final project , is all of our ideas gathered in a formal and concrete form . The final and fourthstage , is giving the second and FINAL work with all the correct ideas and structure.

* Terrorism
* Violence
* Political Power
* Culture
* Economy* Politics

B) 1.Terrorism - terrorism the threat or use of violence, often against the civilian population, to achieve political or social ends, to intimidate opponents, or to publicizegrievances.

2.Violence - The term violence is used to describe animal and human behavior that threatens to cause or causes severeharm to a target. Most animal studies emphasize variations in aggression and use the concept of extreme aggression (rather than violence) to denote the most serious and injurious behavior.http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Violence.aspx#2-1G2:3403000274-full

3.Political Power - defined as the ability of one political actor to get another actor to do what it wants—at the...