Terminology: Banneker Center Survey #71

Economic Justice

October Survey
Terminology and Terrorism

Please send in your opinions. This brief survey will only take a few minutes. Thank you!


Either an individual or a government could commit terrorist acts.

that's right
that's wrong; only individuals can perform acts of terrorism
that's wrong; only governments can perform acts of terrorism


Killing someone without their consent is a terrorist act.

that's right
that's wrong
sometimes yes, sometimes no


Dropping a bomb on someone without their consent is a terrorist act.

that's right
that's wrong
sometimes yes, sometimes no


Suppose a person kills 1,000 other people while they were asleep. In deciding whether this was terrorism, do you need to know whether the killer and the victims were members of military organizations?

yes, that information is necessary
no, that information is not necessary
unsure


If you go on a "crusade," must you have a religious belief?

yes
no


The terrorist acts of September 11, 2001, were part of a crusade.

yes
no


Being willing to die for one's beliefs is:

bravery
cowardice
nobility
stupidity


The people who committed the terrorist acts of September 11, 2001, were brainwashed.

yes
no


The people who committed the terrorist acts of September 11, 2001, were insane.

yes
no


The people who committed the terrorist acts of September 11, 2001, were themselves victims.

yes
no



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