Threat Politics: New Perspectives on Security, Risk and Crisis Management
Opening up a new perspective on the study of threats and risks Threat Politics combines insights from the thematically linked but academically disassociated fields of security studies, risk studies and crisis management studies. It provides case studies of key agents, arenas and issues involved in the politics of threats. In addition to the traditional unit of analysis - national government - this compelling book takes into account non-governmental agents, including public opinion, the media and business. This innovative text is suitable for both undergraduate and graduate courses and also has important implications for researchers.
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Threat Politics: New Perspectives on Security, Risk and Crisis Management ...
Begränsad förhandsgranskning - 2017
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