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Volume 71, Number 4, Winter 2004

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

pp. v-vii

Part I Keynote Address

The Politics of Fear

pp. 779-798

Part II Fear and How It Works: Science and Social Science

Fear and How It Works: Science and the Social Sciences

pp. 801-805

Fear and the Brain

pp. 807-818

Narrative Techniques of Fear Mongering

pp. 819-826

What Are We So Afraid Of?: A Terror Management Theory Perspective on the Politics of Fear

pp. 827-848

The Ministry of Fear

pp. 849-862

Part III The Political Theory and Vocabulary of Fear

Fear Itself

pp. 865-886

A Life of Fear

pp. 887-926

Liberalism at Bay, Conservatism at Play: Fear in the Contemporary Imagination

pp. 927-962

Part IV What We Gain, What We Lose: The Effects of Fear

Introduction

pp. 965-966

Fear and Liberty

pp. 967-996

Fear: What Is It Good For?

pp. 997-1014

America’s New Nationalism

pp. 1015-1022

Thoughts on Fear in Global Society

pp. 1023-1036

Part V Case Studies: What Can They Teach Us?

Introduction

pp. 1039-1040

McCarthyism: Political Repression and the Fear of Communism

pp. 1041-1086

The Semeiosic Economy of Fear

pp. 1087-1110

Fearing Evil

pp. 1111-1126

Part VI The Politics of Fear after 9/11: Can the Past Inform the Future?

The Politics of Fear after 9/11

pp. 1129-1146

The Politics of Fear after 9/11

pp. 1131-1133

The Politics of Fear after 9/11

pp. 1134-1136

The Politics of Fear after 9/11

pp. 1136-1142

The Politics of Fear after 9/11

pp. 1142-1144

The Politics of Fear after 9/11

pp. 1145-1146

Contents: Vol 71: Nos 1-4

pp. 1147-1153

Index of Contributors

pp. 1154-1157

Notes on Contributors

pp. c3-c4

Research Areas

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