History in Action: The Construction of Historical Analogies in Televised Debates Concerning the Iraq War

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Gibson, Stephen;
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Recent work has emphasised the centrality of warfare, and particularly of World War II, to people’s social representations of history. However, much of this work has treated social representations of history as relatively static abstract constructs, and even when theore... View more
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