Table of contents for Rethinking global security : media, popular culture, and the "War on terror" / edited by Andrew Martin and Patrice Petro.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Patrice Petro and Andrew Martin
Future-War Storytelling: National Security and Popular Film
Doug Davis
Visions of Security: Impermeable Borders, Impassable Walls, Impossible Home/Lands?
	Mary N. Layoun
The Origins of the Danger Market
	Marcus Bullock
Cold War, Redux
Robert Ricigliano and Mike Allen
Popular Culture and Narratives of Insecurity
	Andrew Martin
Fearful Thoughts: U.S. Television Post 9/11 and the Wars in Iraq
	Patricia Mellencamp
Planet Patrol: Satellite Imaging, Acts of Knowledge, and Global Security
Lisa Parks
Intermedia and the "War on Terror"
James Castonguay
Remapping the Visual War on Terrorism: Citizenship and its Transnational Others
Wendy Kozol and Rebecca DeCola
Picturing Torture: Gulf Wars Past and Present
Tony Grajeda
Notes on Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Security, International.
Terrorism and mass media.
Popular culture.