Cultures of Fear

Cultures of Fear

In Cultures of Fear, a truly world-class line up of scholars explore the formation and normalisation of fear in the context of war and terrorism. "Freedom from fear" is a universal right and fundamental for human well-being. People often look to governments, humanitarian agencies, and other institutions to further this aim. However, this book shows that these organisations often use the same "logic of fear" to monitor, control, and contain human beings in zones of… (more)

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Publisher: Pluto Press (October 09, 2009)

Collection: Anthropology, Culture and Society

Parent ISBN: 9780745329659

Page count: 360 pages

Language: English


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