Through a blend of conceptual and empirical work, the project will develop the ‘Situational Threat and Response Signals’ (STARS) framework to help understand how different signals of risk and threat are transmitted and interpreted across particular contexts and settings. The purpose being to establish and elaborate a more sophisticated and flexible appreciation of how and why communication campaigns designed to deter terrorism and deliver influence over public behaviour, achieve differing outcomes.
|Short title||Situational Threat And Response Signals (STARS)|
|Effective start/end date||1/11/21 → 31/10/22|
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