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Volume 23, Number 3, September 2002

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Editors’ Introduction: 9/11 And Its Aftermath
pp. 413-415(3)
Authors: Rahn, Wendy; Borgida, Eugene

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The American People in Crisis: A Content Analysis
pp. 417-437(21)
Authors: Hart, Roderick P.; Jarvis, Sharon E.; Lim, Elvin T.

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Terrorists and Democrats: Individual Reactions to International Attacks
pp. 439-467(29)
Authors: Healy, Alice F.; Hoffman, Joshua M.; Beer, Francis A.; Bourne, Jr., Lyle E.

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The Consequences of Terrorism: Disentangling the Effects of Personal and National Threat
pp. 485-509(25)
Authors: Huddy, Leonie; Feldman, Stanley; Capelos, Theresa; Provost, Colin

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Self–Serving Perceptions of Terrorism Among Israelis and Palestinians
pp. 537-557(21)
Authors: Shamir, Jacob; Shikaki, Khalil

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A Defining Presidential Moment: 9/11 and the Rally Effect
pp. 559-583(25)
Authors: Schubert, James N.; Stewart, Patrick A.; Curran, Margaret Ann

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Early Communications in the War Against Terrorism: An Integrative Complexity Analysis
pp. 585-599(15)
Authors: Suedfeld, Peter; Leighton, Dana C.

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Blindsided? September 11 and the Origins of Strategic Surprise
pp. 601-630(30)
Authors: Parker, Charles F.; Stern, Eric K.

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Book Reviews
pp. 631-644(14)

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