Digital Terrorism Theory : The Studies
A study about terrorism and counter-terrorism has been conducted to reduce the risk of terrorist violence by understanding how terrorists use technology to facilitate their activities. This study found that terrorists use technology to spread information, planning and executing attacks, and to resist law enforcement. Overall, terrorist activities using technology are strategically more coherent and safe because they can take advantage of new ways for people to access information and communicate.
A paper about revenge remixes Australian cinema, television and news media into a "political revenge fable." The audioClips of TERROR NULLIUS (Soda_Jerk, 2018), an experimental sample film exploring Australian cinema, television and news media, are overtly political in tone. while TERROR NULLIUS is overtly political in tone, understanding its content is difficult to determine. The film environment is unsettling and feels like it could be extract from modern day Australian life.
An evaluation about 600 former terrorist offenders has shown that a small percentage of them have propensity to extremism and terrorism. The study results support the government's belief that resettlement in a community which caters to socio- economic norms would help these ex- terrorists to rehabilitation and overcome their terrorist activities.
A paper about how Somali nationals were covered by The Nation and The Standard newspapers in Kenya during 2015 has revealed that there was quite a difference in the coverage of Somalis in these papers. In The Nation, Somalis made up 9% of the population, yet they accounted for 24% of all terrorism-related stories which appeared in this newspaper. This was due to the fact that security threats from Somalia have been on the rise in recent years, and the nation's government has been working to increase its Somali-led security forces. However, it should be noted that not all stories about Somali terrorism occurred in The Nation. A number of reports about attacks within Kenya by Somali groups identified as terrorist arose among other papers.
A study about contemporary materialist intellectual thought intime of terrorism offers a critical cartography that captures the various current thinkers' groupings. New materialist constellations and interventions are being made in times of terrorISM, especially in regards to feminist theory, critical theory, and intellectual history. These thinkers are looking to the present moment as a place to explore new ideas and methodologies. This research provides valuable insight into the intricate workings of these Ideas Milieu.
A study about the reconstruction of terrorism prevention policies in the digitalization era was conducted to analyze different approaches and find out what kind of values are being reconstructed for terrorism prevention. The study found that Pancasila justice is the most popular value for terrorists when looking at the reconstruction of prevention policies. The study also found that focusing on personal responsibility, deterrence, andFighting crime are effective measures when implementing such a policy.
A study about conflict and terrorism in a twenty first century setting, provides a unique understanding of how the two phenomena interact. Conflict and terrorism can be viewed as sides of the same coin, as they both play an important role in areas like security and inflation, but also have unique consequences for international relations. As evidenced by studies on conflict and Terrorism, violent events are often connected with economic factors that affect the populations involved. Terrorism often follows its own set of regulations and goals that are opposite of those of the revolutionary groups seeking to overthrow regimes. The economics of conflict and terrorism present a fresh perspective on these phenomena that is vital for understanding both sides more effectively.
An inquiry about the positive aspects of manage terror management processes found that various techniques can be used to reduce the awareness of death and provide people with a brighter side to life. The research found that many techniques can lessen the fear and anxiety people feel around death, as well. For example, a person can read about deaths and funeral theories to gain an understanding for whatdeath is and why it happens. They can also learn about how to deal with the different emotions that may come after death. In addition, individuals can talk about their fears with friends or family members to create a support system around them. Finally, individuals can work on tasks that make them happy despite the fear of death.
A journal about the effect of mindfulness of death (mara?asati) on mortality salience was conducted. The study found that when individualsbrace the practice of Mara?asati, they tend to have a better understanding of their deaths and their place in life. In fact, the study showed that those who embraced Mara?asati had a lower risk for experiencing such stressful emotions as fear, sadness, and anger. The practice also displayed a sense of detachment from one's current body and an increased emphasis on Nirvana. Mindfulness of Death as a Tool for Mortality Salience Induction with Reference to Terror Management Theory has shown significant benefits in the understanding and managing stress in individuals. These effects may be due to the reappraisal of lifeDeath is no longer seen as threatening or dangerous; it is viewed more calmly and neutrally from now on. In this way, death is treated as part of one's natural journey through life rather than a horror movie staple.
A research about religious education (RE) in Norway shows that terror is commonly considered a controversial issue in the field. Many RE teachers find it difficult to address the topic, with many opting instead for more general topics like moral Shepardism. This article explores the question of terrorism in RE by looking at an case study from Fall 2015.
A journal about video tape footage of people's lives showed different results when it came to cultural worldviews. The study found that when people saw footage of life in an earlier time period, they were more likely to view life in a brighter light and have a more positive outlook on the world. On the other hand, when people watched footage from the present day, they experienced increased anxiety and feelings of disconnection. This suggests that the way we process and react to life is completely determined by our social surroundings and our cultural backgrounds.
An article about the social support for three social-political movements studied the ways in which social support existed for the movements. The study found that there was a lack of social support for the Black, Blue, and All Lives Matter movements. However, there was a lack of social support for socialist parties.
A study about the digital aftermath of terror show how terrorists have impacted social media with posts and messages expressing feelings of anxiety and terror. Social media has played an important role in releasing feelings of community andDISCUSSION Many people have responded to the terrorist attack on Twitter, expressing their emotions in various ways. Some people are condemned for their actions, while others express their relief that no lives were lost. This study shows the way that terrorists have shaped social media reactions, both in positive and negative ways.
An analysis about theRole of Digital Journalism on Terrorism and Security of ISIS has been conducted by examining the framing theory. The theory holds that digital media presents a new medium for delivering information that is responsive and engaging with audiences. Studies have found that terrorist attacks committed by ISIS are frequently reported by major media outlets. This often leads to militarization of the public space, which amplifies preexisting fears and encourages more heroism and support from the public.
A study about suicide terrorism published in Spring 2011 proves that the global suicide attack rate is increasing rapidly. The study found that the suicide attacks have been on the rise for the last few years and are on track to become a more common occurrence. The main reason for this increase isample of people feelingz forced to engage in suicidal actions due to stressors in their lives.
A journal about Bessora's intersection of identity politics and colonialism in her first novel, 53 cm, and as an online critic of French postcolonial literature. Bessora's writing uses digital media as an opportunity to explore themes of colonialism, identity, and difference. This work allows her to explore questions surrounding French colonization of Africa, as well as the ways in which these cultures have been mingled together.
An evaluation about one of Somalia's terrorist organisations, al-Shabab, in their digital magazine Gaidi Mtaani revealed how they have crafted a Brand that inspires aspirational associations with their desired outcomes. They use different messages and images to achieve these results, which ultimately helps the organisation to gain recruits and fund.
A study about the contemporary critical potential of close reading in the light of recent developments in computation-assisted analysis reveals that irony and terrorism are both still used as tools by critical theorists to analyze and understand texts. In spite of the current turmoil around the world, close readings remain an essential part of critical thinking and scholarship.
A journal about possible terrorist activity in the United States during the next millennium has been done by the FBI in anticipation of or response to the arrivals of new millennium. This study, known as Project Megiddo, looks at different ways Terrorism could come into play in the country and how it could be reduced.
An evaluation about nineteenth century English literature reveals that Thomas Hardy's poetry isfull of sublime ideas. In his work, the poet question the purpose and miracle of nature which produces the sublime. Hardy's poetry is full of terror and Unknown that produces greatness.