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Title: Digital Media Revolution and Political Violence
Authors: Miloshevska, Tanja 
Bakreski, Oliver 
Frichand, Ana 
Keywords: political violence, digital media revolution, communication, risks, trauma
Issue Date: 2018
Source: Miloshevska, T., Bakreski, O., Fritzhand, A. (2018). Digital Media Revolution and Political Violence. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Thought, 7, 3, 85-94,
Journal: International Journal of Multidisciplinary Thought
Abstract: This paper explores the role of digital media revolution in political violence, the frequent interplay between media reporting and the use of violence by extremist movements. As the media evolves, the risks change as well. Psychological trauma from seeing violent incidents in news reporting is an increasing risk for journalists. The research hypothesis in this article is that the digital media is playing a vital role, permits the terrorists directly to outline their message, spread of the movement and its cause and legitimization of the movement and its activities. The objective of this article is to more closely examine the emergence of new trends that influence the relationship between the media, the terrorist, and government.
ISSN: 2156-6992
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Philosophy, Collection 04: Journal Articles / Статии во научни списанија

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