Digital world war : Islamists, extremists, and the fight for cyber supremacy
Ullah, Haroon K., author.
Digital world war : Islamists, extremists, and the fight for cyber supremacy / Haroon K. Ullah.
New Haven : Yale University Press, 
xl, 288 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 21 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-273) and index.
- 1. The weaponization of information
- 2. Just watch me
- 3. Guerrilla webfare
- 4. Tracking transformation
- 5. Civic booty, private gain
- 6. Faith, dough, and charity
- 7. Islamists Without Borders
- Conclusion: the next battlefield.
"Haroon Ullah investigates the unprecedented impact of social media across the Middle East, North Africa, and South and Southeast Asia and demonstrates how it has profoundly changed relationships between regimes and peoples, and within populations-mostly, but not always, for the better. He considers its apparent inherently "democratic," anti-establishment revolutionary impact, as well as how religious conservatives and extremists have co-opted various platforms. He goes on to show how political parties, corporations, and governments have learned to exploit digital tools to target and mobilize audiences, to ultimately achieve power and status. Identifying key trends across the Muslim world, Ullah outlines what a proper understanding of social media can teach us about regional and international politics and diplomacy."
Over de invloed van het gebruik van social media op de machtsverhoudingen in de moslimwereld en het gebruik van social media en cybercriminaliteit in moslimextremistische kringen NL-ZmNBD.
- Subject headings
Social media--Political aspects--Islamic countries.
Political participation--Islamic countries.
Subversive activities--Islamic countries.
Islamic countries--Politics and government.
- Blmgtn - Herman B Wells Library
- Call Number
- JQ1852.A91 U45 2017
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