Preface; Introduction; 1. Framing Terrorism, Pippa Norris, Montague Kern and Marion Just; I. Generating Terrorist Frames; 2. Terrorism, Censorship and the; 1st Amendment: In Search of Policy Guidelines, Doris A. Graber; 3. Clausewitz in the age of CNN: Rethinking the Military-Media Relationship, Robin Brown; 4. Framing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Tamar Liebes and Anat First; 5. Paramilitaries and the Press in Northern Ireland, Tim Cooke; II. Comparing Terrorism Frames; 6. Framing the US Embassy Bombings in African and US Newspapers, Todd M. Schaefer; 7. Framing of the Afghanistan War by CNN and Al-Jazeera TV, Amy E. Jasperson and Mansour O. El-Kikhia; 8. Framing the Muslim-Americans Before and After 9/11, Brigitte L. Nacos and Oscar Torres-Reyna; 9. Framing World Opinion in the Elite Press, Frank Louis Rusciano; III. The Public's Response; 10. Explaining 9/11, Michael W. Traugott and Ted Brader; 11. Public Opinion Among Muslims and the West, Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart; 12. Rally Round the Flag: The Dynamics of System Support, Paul Brewer, Sean Aday and Kimberley Gross; 13. Fear and Terrorism: Psychological Reactions to; 9/11, Leonie Huddy, Stanley Feldman, Gallya Lahav and Charles Taber Conclusions; 14. The Lessons of Framing Terrorism, Pippa Norris, Montague Kern and Marion Just; Select Bibliography.