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This Introduction aims to provide an overview of the diverse traditions and approaches through which offence has been theorized and analysed. It highlights the slippery nature of offence as a subject that resists clear definitions, arguing that it is precisely this ‘affective messiness’ which makes offence such a fascinating site of exploration. The Introduction illustrates further how this book will unfold. Even though contributors draw on different schools of thought and use different methodologies, they all share a concern about the complex and ambiguous nature of offence as well as the different ways in which offence comes to matter in our everyday and socio-political lives.
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- Introduction to Media and the Politics of Offence
- Chapter 1