The State and Terrorism: National Security and the Mobilization of Power

1st Edition

Joseph H. Campos Ii

Published July 28, 2007
Reference - 178 Pages
ISBN 9780754671923 - CAT# Y236597
Series: Homeland Security

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Adopting an innovative approach to the ongoing debate over homeland security and state response to terrorism, Joseph Campos investigates the contextualizing of national security discourse and its management of terrorism. New ideas developed in this book reflect ways in which national security is mobilized through specific discourse to manage threats. In addition, a review of presidential rhetoric over the last 30 years reveals that national security discourse has maintained an ideological hegemony to determine what constitutes violence and appropriate responses. The volume incorporates historical depth and critical theory in a comparative framework to provide an invaluable insight into how national security is developed and how it works with the concept of terrorism to secure the state.


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