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Media
HATE SPEECH ON SOCIAL MEDIA: GLOBAL COMPARISONS  By Zachary Laub

Hate speech online has been linked to a global increase in violence toward minorities, including mass shootings, lynchings, and ethnic cleansing. Policies used to curb hate speech risk limiting free speech and are inconsistently enforced. Countries such as the United States grant social media companies broad powers in managing their content and enforcing hate speech rules. Others, including Germany, can force companies to remove posts within certain time ...Read more >

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TWITTER AS A SOURCE FOR ACTIONABLE INTELLIGENCE  By Bruce Forrester

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NEW MEDIA AND CONFLICT AFTER THE ARAB SPRING  

An extraordinary wave of popular protest swept the Arab world in 2011. Massive popular mobilization brought down long-ruling leaders in Tunisia and Egypt, helped spark bloody struggles in Bahrain, Libya, Syria, and Yemen, and fundamentally reshaped the nature of politics in the ...Read more >

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FIGHTING BACK : NEW MEDIA AND MILITARY OPERATIONS  By Dennis M. Murphy

The Israeli-Hezbollah War of 2006 provides recent, glaring evidence of how the current information environment has impacted the way warfare is conducted today. Hezbollah masterfully manipulated and controlled that environment to its ...Read more >

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UNDERSTANDING THE ROLES OF THE COMMANDER, PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER AND THE MEDIA  By Captain James E. Hutton

Commanders are accustomed to taking on leadership roles in areas that are not typically associated with their basic branch. A field artillery brigade commander, for example, may find himself commanding a kaserne in ...Read more >

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MEDIA AND MILITANCY : CASE STUDY OF USE OF FM RADIO BY TALIBAN IN SWAT  By Sajjad Malik

The FM radio played an important role in the rise of the Taliban in Swat. Their leader, Maulana Fazlullah, was not the first cleric to use the airwaves to reach out to the masses but he was the first who was able to win over people to his version of Islam by his broadcasts on the pirate FM radio. The timings and contents of his broadcasts were carefully chosen to reach the maximum number of ...Read more >

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NEW MEDIA : A BOON FOR INSURGENTS OR COUNTERINSURGENTS  By Sean Kennedy

More than two billion people approximately one third of the global population now use the Internet and that figure will increase dramatically over the next decade.[1] With this increased use comes evergreater decentralization of information, which in turn has profound repercussions on societal ...Read more >

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LESSONS FROM 2011 : THE NEW MEDIA REVOLUTION IS A STRATEGIC ASSET  

The year 2011 was largely seen as the year of the social media revolution. It is perceived to be empowering popular uprisings, from catalysing the Arab Spring to spurring protests challenging Putin's writ in Russia or even movements highlighting global economic grievances such as Occupy Wall Street which went viral. However, to believe that social media alone brought in the change would be ...Read more >

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LIVING AND LEARNING WITH NEW MEDIA  

Young people in the United States today are growing up in a media ecology where digital and networked media play an increasingly central ...Read more >

121 Pages
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MEDIA RELATIONS NEWSLETTER (CALL), NO 09-11, DEC 08  

In this article, the author suggests the Army refocus public affairs (PA). The ideas expressed in this article represent only the views of the author and are not to be construed as representing either current or emerging doctrine or ...Read more >

111 Pages
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NEW MEDIA: A BOON FOR INSURGENTS OR COUNTERINSURGENTS  

More than two billion people approximately one third of the global population now use the Internet and that figure will increase dramatically over the next decade. With this increased use comes evergreater decentralization of information, which in turn has profound repercussions on societal ...Read more >

16 Pages
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INFORMATION COUNTERREVOLUTION  

When Iranians took to the streets to protest vote-rigging by their nations theocratic-military dictatorship, the West was more transfixed by the medium rather than the message. Many journalists fixated on the supposedly revolutionary usage of social media technology by the Iranian protestors, their diaspora supporters, and the bloggers who relayed their messages to the outside ...Read more >

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INTERNATIONAL CRISES, CRISES MANAGEMENT AND THE MEDIA  

This course examines the role of the media in international crises and the techniques adopted by national and international organisations to influence media performance before, during and after the event. As such, it forms the counterpart of the Semester One option entitled ‘Public Diplomacy, Propaganda and Psychological Warfare’. The main difference is that this course examines international crises from the media’s ...Read more >

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RELATIONS TACTICS, TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES  

Analyst’s Note: In this article, the author suggests the Army refocus public affairs (PA). The ideas expressed in this article represent only the views of the author and are not to be construed as representing either current or emerging doctrine or policy. This article is intended to provoke thought, engender discussion, and explore possibilities for improving methods for practicing PA. View any tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) presented in this article as points of discussion and not ...Read more >

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