Prevention Rather than Cure? Primary or Secondary Intervention for Dealing with Media Exposure to Terrorism.

@inproceedings{Slone2010PreventionRT,
  title={Prevention Rather than Cure? Primary or Secondary Intervention for Dealing with Media Exposure to Terrorism.},
  author={Michelle Slone and Anat Shoshani},
  year={2010}
}
The issue of treatment choice is particularly contentious in the case of unusual and sparsely studied types of trauma. One such case is media exposure to terrorism, which has recently been found to constitute a significant stressor (Cho et al., 2003). The primary goal of terrorism is the creation of fear and intimidation. To this end, the media is frequently exploited as a conduit to produce indirect victimization. Although indirect victimization from media exposure to terrorism can be… CONTINUE READING