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£55.00

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Published: 19 September 2013

368 Pages

235x156mm

ISBN: 9780199925926


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The Political Psychology of Terrorism Fears

Edited by Samuel Justin Sinclair and Daniel Antonius

  • Expands the scope of current US-based research by including a series of international studies on these issues (from Iran, Norway, Australia, Great Britain, and other nations).
  • Highlights differing psychological responses to terrorism in various societies, and the resulting impact these responses have on political process.
  • Provides new theoretical and assessment frameworks for understanding terrorism fears in an international political context, which have direct implications for policy makers.
  • Highlights questions regarding how issues of terrorism are studied, as well as the potential effects of this research on the existing political dynamic.
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