Issue no.80
Summer '03
Editorial
Editorial comment on the war in Iraq


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The New World Order of Things
Coulter, Colin


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The Geographies and Politics of Fear
Shirlow, Peter; Pain, Rachel
Fear is an instrument that is used both to control and manipulate various forms of social and political engagement. The term itself is ever-present in the representation of power and the reproduction of marginalisation and exclusion.


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Exploring Landscapes of Fear: Marginality, spectacle and surveillance
Gold, John R; Revill, George
The manipulation and creation of fearscapes is tied to the nexus between marginality, spectacle and surveillance. This paper examines the importance of landscape adjustment in both the presentation and manipulation of fear.


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Fear and Loathing at the Multiplex: everyday anxiety in the post-industrial city
Hubbard, Phil
The adoption of risk as a common feature of contemporary social construction is tied to the reality and perception of both risk and anxiety. As noted within this contribution 'ambient' fears and anxieties can saturate the social spaces of everyday routine and life.


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Ethno-sectarianism and the reproduction of fear in Belfast
Shirlow, Peter
Place and the control and administration of violence has and remains a feature of living within Belfast. Fear is based not only upon the reproduction of sectarian attitudes but also controls mobility and the pattern of living. This paper views how the creation of fear undermines meaningful political change.


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Race, space and fear: imangined geographies of racism, crime , violence and disorder in Northern England
Webster, Colin
This paper analyses the wider mechanisms, processes and contexts of inter-communal rioting that took place in Northern cities and towns in the Summer of 2001. It examines these events and dissects the relationship between imagined fears and the hardening of ethno-racial boundaries.


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Fleeing from fear: The changing role of refuges in meeting the needs of women leaving violent partners
Warrington, Molly
Domestic violence is pervasive within the uk context. Media and other interpreters have downplayed the fact that the most likely perpe­trator of violence are men who women know. In unravelling the realities of violence this paper looks at how the professionalisation of some refuges, for women, has produced negative impacts and implications.


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Youth, age and the representation of fear
Pain, Rachel
This paper works against the representation of the young as merely perpetrators of violence and in so doing exposes the reality that many young people, who are at risk, are a common feature of harassment and fear. This paper draws upon the geography of risk for young people and examines the duality and distinctions between feared and fearing.


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The formation of fear in gay space: the 'straights' story
Moran, Leslie; Skeggs, Beverley; Tyrer, Paul; Corteen, Karen
This paper examines the position of gay men and lesbians as subjects as opposed to objects of fear. The analysis presented explores the formation and uses of fear in the context of lesbian and gay experiences of risk and the definition of 'safety'.


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Obituary, Ian Craib 1945 - 2002
McCulloch, Andrew


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Book Reviews 80
H. Bradley, M. Erickson, C. Stephenson and S. Williams:, Myths at Work (Bob Carter), Danilo Zolo: Invoking Humanity: War, Law and Global Order (Chi dice umanitą) (Suman Gupta), Jonathan Joseph: Hegemony: A Realist Analysis (Mark Neocleous); Alfredo Saad Filho: The Value of Marx (Fred Moseley); G. Mohan, E. Brown, B. Milward and A.B. Zack Williams:Structural Adjustment: Theory, Practice and Impacts (Mahmoud Messkoub); Teresa Hayter: Open borders: The Case Against Immigration Controls (Surhan Cam); Simon Tormey: Agnes Heller: Socialism, autonomy and the postmodern (Ian Craib); Massimo De Angelis: Keynesianism, Social Conflict and Political Economy (Ana C. Dinerstein); Ana Dinerstein and Michael Neary (eds): The Labour Debate: an investigation into the theory & reality of capitalist work (Steve Fleetwood)

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