Title

The atmosfear of terror: Affective modulation and the war on terror

Document Type

Journal Article

Faculty

Community Services, Education and Social Sciences

School

School of Communications and Contemporary Arts, Centre for Research in Entertainment, Arts,Technology, Education and Communications

RAS ID

3646

Comments

Originally published as: Aly, A., & Balnaves, M. (2005). The atmosfear of terror: Affective modulation and the war on terror. M/C Journal, 8(6). Original article available here

Abstract

Since September 11, Muslims in Australia have experienced a heightened level of religiously and racially motivated vilification (Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission). These fears were poignantly expressed in a letter to the Editor of The West Australian newspaper from a Muslim woman shortly after the London terror attacks.

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