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Documenting World Politics
Nuclear weapons have been a fertile theme in documentary film making since 1945. These films are deeply political and derive their significance from providing access to and information about a fear-inducing yet increasingly ethereal phenomenon. Drawing on the cultural history of the nuclear age and contemporary security theory the paper analyses the political significance of nuclear docs in three periods: the early nuclear age, the years bracketing the pinnacle of the nuclear disarmamentdoi:10.4324/9781315756899 fatcat:yxqnoehmvfb5zmersawtbuf3bm