Witnesses to Terror: Understanding the Meanings and Consequences of Terrorism

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Springer, Aug 29, 2012 - Social Science - 198 pages
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This book argues that it is witnesses who are the targets of terrorism and that the question of whose witnessing counts, and which stories are the most legitimate, is of vital importance for understanding the meanings and consequences of contemporary terrorism.
 

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Contents

A Note from a Post911 World
1
The Witness of Terrorism
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Witnessing Terrorism and Its Enduring Consequences
Witnessing Terrorism in LaterMiddle Life
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Notes
Index
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LUKE HOWIE is Lecturer in the School of Political and Social Inquiry at Monash University, Australia. He is also a member of the Global Terrorism Research Centre and the author of Terrorism, the Worker and the City and Terror on the Screen.

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