Professor Dan Stevens' main interests are in mass political behaviour in the United States and Britain.
Dan Stevens writes in the Washington Post
Dan Stevens has written a guest post for The Washington Post with Nick Vaughan-Williams of the University of Warwick. It is based on their recent publication in the British Journal of Political Science "Citizens and Security Threats: Issues, Perceptions and Consequences Beyond the National Frame".
Terrorism gets a tremendous amount of media and policy attention. But is terrorism what citizens fear most? Or is it one of the other pressing security challenges facing the globe: the storms, flooding and disasters brought by climate change; Ebola and other catastrophic infectious diseases; financial crashes and their aftermath? And does every group rank these various threats as equally challenging?
Read the full article on The Washington Post site.
Date: 12 January 2016