by Matt Flinders
21st May 2021

Fear has played a significant role in our experience of the pandemic. So often ignored and downplayed, how should we be engaging with this emotion and thinking about it in the context of policy and politics?

In this episode of the Transforming Society podcast, Jess Miles speaks with Matt Flinders, co-editor of the latest themed issue of Global Discourse, about the role of fear in politics and public policy.



Global Discourse cover.A free preview of the Global Discourse themed issue – Understanding the Politics of Fear: COVID-19, Crises and Democracy – is available here.

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