Alert but less alarmed: a pooled analysis of terrorism threat perception in Australia

January 2011
BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p797
Academic Journal
The article presents a pooled analysis of terrorism threat perception in Australia. It examines reported concerns and anticipated responses of community sub-groups and determines their consistency with existing Australian and international findings. It further identifies health and socio-demographic factors associated with higher perceived risk of terrorism. It concludes that increased proportion of Australians believe that the national threat of terrorism remains high.


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