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Securitization of the Everyday

Political Violence
Security
Terrorism
P361
Giuditta Fontana
University of Birmingham

Wednesday 10:30 - 12:15 (26/08/2020)


Abstract

In the last decade, several countries have invoked the principle of duty of care to justify new protocols in areas such as education, healthcare, and social care. Professional in these areas have become responsible for identifying and referring ostensibly radicalised individuals. Elsewhere, reforms of identity-sensitive milieus (such as education) have been portrayed as affecting the security of communities in conflict-affected societies. Even studies on heavily securitised topics, such as terrorism and political violence, have been increasingly framed as and by security concerns. In this context, extraordinary means and procedures are invoked in the name of security.

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