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Gender of Terror article
|Posted By: Graeme Hall on September 11, 2002|
First, the article doesn't appear to print correctly, in either the HTML or "printable" versions.
Secondly, the discussion of masculinity focusses on the response of the "victims". There is no discussion of what the events have to say about masculinity and the perpertration of violence / terrorism. One might ask of there are close similarities after all?