The importance of being September 11: terrorism and indirectly affected populations

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationTASA 2006 Annual Conference Proceedings: Sociology for a Mobile World
    EditorsVal Colic-Peisker, Farida Tilbury
    Place of PublicationWA Australia
    PublisherThe Sociological Association of Australia
    Pages1 - 9
    Number of pages9
    ISBN (Print)1-74052-139-0
    Publication statusPublished - 2006
    EventAustralian Sociological Association Annual Conference 2006: Sociology for a Mobile World - University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
    Duration: 4 Dec 20067 Dec 2006
    https://tasa.org.au/tasa-conference/past-tasa-conferences/2006-conference/

    Conference

    ConferenceAustralian Sociological Association Annual Conference 2006
    Abbreviated titleTASA 2006
    CountryAustralia
    CityPerth
    Period4/12/067/12/06
    Internet address

    Cite this

    Howie, L. J. (2006). The importance of being September 11: terrorism and indirectly affected populations. In V. Colic-Peisker, & F. Tilbury (Eds.), TASA 2006 Annual Conference Proceedings: Sociology for a Mobile World (pp. 1 - 9). WA Australia: The Sociological Association of Australia.
    Howie, Luke John. / The importance of being September 11: terrorism and indirectly affected populations. TASA 2006 Annual Conference Proceedings: Sociology for a Mobile World. editor / Val Colic-Peisker ; Farida Tilbury. WA Australia : The Sociological Association of Australia, 2006. pp. 1 - 9
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    Howie, LJ 2006, The importance of being September 11: terrorism and indirectly affected populations. in V Colic-Peisker & F Tilbury (eds), TASA 2006 Annual Conference Proceedings: Sociology for a Mobile World. The Sociological Association of Australia, WA Australia, pp. 1 - 9, Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference 2006, Perth, Australia, 4/12/06.

    The importance of being September 11: terrorism and indirectly affected populations. / Howie, Luke John.

    TASA 2006 Annual Conference Proceedings: Sociology for a Mobile World. ed. / Val Colic-Peisker; Farida Tilbury. WA Australia : The Sociological Association of Australia, 2006. p. 1 - 9.

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    Howie LJ. The importance of being September 11: terrorism and indirectly affected populations. In Colic-Peisker V, Tilbury F, editors, TASA 2006 Annual Conference Proceedings: Sociology for a Mobile World. WA Australia: The Sociological Association of Australia. 2006. p. 1 - 9