Terrorism in the digital era: Taliban’s propagandistic exploitation of the wide web and social media

Corsello, Sara (A.A. 2021/2022) Terrorism in the digital era: Taliban’s propagandistic exploitation of the wide web and social media. Tesi di Laurea in Comparative history of political systems, Luiss Guido Carli, relatore Rosario Forlenza, pp. 93. [Master's Degree Thesis]

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The Taliban’s ascent to power: an historical iter of analysis. Factual background from 1978-2001. Afghanistan from 2001 onwards. 2021–present: return to power. Taliban's plan: a series of surrenders that have been arranged or paid for. What is the role of Taliban’s on the internet? Reactions on the international and local levels. The Afghan insurgency's contents: a comprehensive rehash. The Taliban evolution, adaptation and remodeling of media and military operations vis-à-vis the wider public. The Taliban (military) modus operandi: exploitation of peoples in front of political weaknesses. Recent military adaptations. Military-media junction: paradigms and challenges of the Jihadi web world. The cyber warfare of the internet. Jihad and video games. Abu Musab-al Suri. The significance of information and media in insurgency. The Taliban’s online persona: a closer inspection on its construction and public fruition. The Taliban's media operations begin. Taliban online: high-tech trepidation. Stakeholders and speakers: what is the Taliban’s message and how is it conveyed? The Taliban increased complexities in media usage. The voice of civilians vis-à-vis the Taliban’s narrative in traditional media. “Terror impends over Afghanistan’s internet”. Taliban 2.0: noticeably enduring, more sagacious, and increasingly artful. The Taliban online: a movement founded on old moral norms has mastered the use of new communication technology developed in the West. The Taliban social media quandary. Taliban’s information delivery methods: a disclosed inspection. Afghanistan's Islamic Emirate. Programming synopsis. Taliban’s social media strategy: a practical scrutiny. The Taliban’s sly social media engagement: a topical snapshot. Analytical lenses: how adept in messaging is the Taliban organization? What will their future propaganda effort entail?


Bibliografia: pp. 79-84.

Thesis Type: Master's Degree Thesis
Institution: Luiss Guido Carli
Degree Program: Master's Degree Programs > Master's Degree Program in International Relations (LM-52)
Chair: Comparative history of political systems
Thesis Supervisor: Forlenza, Rosario
Thesis Co-Supervisor: Orsini, Alessandro
Academic Year: 2021/2022
Session: Summer
Deposited by: Alessandro Perfetti
Date Deposited: 13 Dec 2022 10:51
Last Modified: 13 Dec 2022 10:51
URI: https://tesi.luiss.it/id/eprint/34334


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