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International Association for Media and History (IAMHIST) conference 2009: Social Fears and Moral Panics

July 8, 2009
University of Wales Aberystwyth


Wales
United Kingdom

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The XXIII biennial IAMHIST conference, incorporating the 3rd Gregynog Media History Conference, is on the theme Social Fears and Moral Panics. The aim of the conference is to explore both the role of the media in addressing, highlighting or perpetuating social fears, and the mass media itself as a perceived moral agent and/or threat. We welcome paper proposals that address the theme in both contemporary and/or historical perspective; proposals which engage with the theme comparatively (both geographically and temporally); and proposals which engage with theoretical approaches, including the social theory of moral panic.

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Dr Sian Nicholas

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Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK., Wales, UK

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Dr Sian Nicholas

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