Glassner Conclusion

Glassner Conclusion - Glassner Conclusion on The Culture of...

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Glassner Conclusion on The Culture of Fear: Why Americans Are Afraid of the Wrong Things 9 / 11 In the Short-Run : National / International unity and empathy; the ‘real’ horrors of the event put a lot in perspective for Americans; support for public sector, ‘America’, esp. Police, Fire, EMS. Re: ‘Culture of Fear’ : the ‘ sick-society narrative FELL. What was that? >> “…[when] the villains are domestic, heroes are hard to find, and the storyline is the decline of American civilization.”>> Replaced by: >> “…[a] new narrative about national unity, villains from foreign lands, and the greatness of American society.”>> American Youth and Pop Culture came out looking significantly better. Many of Glassner’s Themes of Fear Continue to Stand Test of Time e.g. (and from Michael Moore’s, Capitalism: A Love Story ): The story about the Continental commuter flight that crashed in Buffalo. With pilots on starvation wages, poor training, linking a victim to 9/11 (as wife of
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