Constructing Ontological Insecurity: The Insecuritization of Britain's Muslims

@article{Croft2012ConstructingOI,
  title={Constructing Ontological Insecurity: The Insecuritization of Britain's Muslims},
  author={Stuart Croft},
  journal={Contemporary Security Policy},
  year={2012},
  volume={33},
  pages={219 - 235}
}
  • Stuart Croft
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Contemporary Security Policy
The development of ontological security studies, for example by Mitzen, Steele, and Berenskoetter and Giegerich, has been an important innovation in the field. However, by focusing on the level of the state rather than that of the individual, this new tradition is somewhat different from the intellectual origins of ontological security in sociology and psychology. Drawing on those disciplines, I argue that the key focus should be on the understandings of individuals about their own security… Expand

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