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The Political Psychology of Terrorism Fears
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The Political Psychology of Terrorism Fears

Samuel Justin Sinclair and Daniel Antonius

Abstract

The last decade has seen a major shift in how nations prioritize issues of national and international security, with terrorism coming to the fore as one of the most significant threats with which to contend. Building on prior research in this area, this book presents an integrated collection of empirical and theoretical studies that examine how emotional responses to terrorism, and fear specifically, influence political processes. These include not only how people make decisions about specific governmental policies they support, but also who they endorse for political office and why. Given tha ... More

Keywords: terrorism, terrorism fears, political process, cultural context, fear, anxiety, war on terror

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2013 Print ISBN-13: 9780199925926
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2014 DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199925926.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Samuel Justin Sinclair, editor
Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School

Daniel Antonius, editor
New York University School of Medicine

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PART ONE

Chapter 4 Beyond the Water’s Edge

Shana Kushner Gadarian

Chapter 6 Fear of Suicide Terrorism

C. Dominik Güss, Alexandra Foust, and Dietrich Dörner

Chapter 7 Policy Preference in Response to Terrorism

Geoffrey Wetherell, Bradley M. Weisz, Ryan M. Stolier, Adam J. Beavers, and Melody S. Sadler

PART TWO

Chapter 11 An Exposure Effect? Evidence from a Rigorous Study on the Psychopolitical Outcomes of Terrorism

Daphna Canetti, Carmit Rapaport, Carly Wayne, Brian J. Hall, and Stevan E. Hobfoll

Chapter 14 Rallying Without Fear

Dag Wollebæk, Kari Steen-Johnsen, Bernard Enjolras, and Guro Ødegård

PART THREE