Right-wing Terrorism and Out-group Trust: The Anatomy of a Terrorist Backlash

Terrorist attacks often lead to public backlashes. Following the attacks on July 22, 2011 in Norway, Norwegians showed support for democratic values such as “openness,” “democracy,” and “tolerance” in the public debate and in the commemorations …

Disruption, Social Capital and Resilience

A Longitudinal and Comparative Approach

Does Trust Prevent Fear in the Aftermath of Terrorist Attacks?

This article examines the potentially buffering effect of generalized social trust on fear in the aftermath of terrorist attacks and in situations of terrorist threat. It draws on comparative, longitudinal survey data, examining the cases of the 2011 …