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  • London terror: Are we becoming apathetic – or resilient?

    USA Today - 06/05/2017

    Israeli society, for instance, “basically became accustomed to terrorism and adapted accordingly,” said political science professor Dov Waxman in the 2011 article Living with terror, not living in terror: The impact of chronic terrorism on Israeli society.

    “Social resilience prevents terrorism from seriously disrupting the normal functioning of a society,” Waxman, now at Northeastern University, wrote. “It means that a targeted population is able to cope with the threat of terrorism and not be intimidated or demoralized by it.”

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