Media and Terrorism in the 21st Century

Media and Terrorism in the 21st Century

Release Date: April, 2022|Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 299
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-9755-2
ISBN13: 9781799897552|ISBN10: 1799897559|EISBN13: 9781799897576
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Description & Coverage
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Media plays a specific role within modern society. It has been and continues to be a tool for spreading terrorist messages. However, it can just as easily be used as a tool for countering terrorism. During these challenging times where both international and domestic terrorism continue to threaten the livelihoods of citizens, it is imperative that studies are undertaken to examine the media’s role in the spread of terrorism, as well as to explore strategies and protocols that can be put in place to mitigate the spread.

Media and Terrorism in the 21st Century presents the emerging ideas and insights from experts, academicians, and professionals on the role media and new media plays in terrorist propaganda from a critical international perspective. It examines the historical relation between media and terror and analyzes the difficulties and obstacles presented by the relation in the 21st century. Covering topics such as AI-based dataveillance, media development trends, and virtual terrorism, this book is an indispensable resource for government officials, communications experts, politicians, security professionals, sociologists, students and educators of higher education, researchers, and academicians.

Coverage:

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • AI-Based Dataveillance
  • Counternarrative Peace Media
  • Counterterrorism Operations
  • Coverage of Terrorism
  • Crisis Communication
  • Crisis Events
  • Critical Analyses
  • International Media
  • Media Development Trends
  • Media News Analysis
  • Perception of Refugees
  • Virtual Terrorism
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Editor/Author Biographies

Elnur Ismayil is an Assistant Professor at the Istanbul Medeniyet University. Mr. Ismayil received his PhD from Political Science department (GraSP) at the WWU Münster, Germany. His PhD thesis was about Russia's Military Interventions in Georgia and Ukraine. His research interests are Terrorism, Foreign Policy and Security issues. His works has been published in different national and international journals. He is a Chairman of one of the leading Turkish think tanks, namely BILGESAM specialized in foreign policy and security issues.

Ebru Karadoğan received her BA degree in the Department of Radio TV and Cinema from Marmara University in 2001, and then her MA degree in Media and Communication Systems from Istanbul Commerce University in 2003. She received her PhD degree in Radio TV from Marmara University in 2011. Her research interests cover topics like Uncanniness of Daily Life and its Notation in Literature, Film and Media, Culture Industry, and Surveillance Studies.

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