Vol. 33 Nbr. 2, April - April 2008
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- Introduction: the social construction and control of danger in counterterrorism.
- Boundary-creating processes and the social construction of threat.
- Chimeras of terror: disciplining Roma identity in Lithuania.
- Terrorism: when risk meets security.
- Insuring terrorism, assuring subjects, ensuring normality: the politics of risk after 9/11.
- From insecurity to uncertainty: risk and the paradox of security politics.
- Toward the end of war? Peeking through the gap.
- Tourists or Vagabonds? Space and time in the war on terror.