Title The Information Regime of Terrorism: A Proposed Hermeneutic Model
Authors RIVAS NIETO, PEDRO, PLAZA SANCHEZ, JUAN FRANCISCO, RIVAS NIETO, PEDRO, PLAZA SANCHEZ, JUAN FRANCISCO
External publication No
Means Palabra Clave
Scope Article
Nature Científica
SJR Quartile 2
SJR Impact 0.36600
Area International
Publication date 01/06/2015
ISI 000384066400004
Scopus Id 2-s2.0-84929678057
DOI 10.5294/pacla.2015.18.2.4
Abstract This article studies the specific type of relationship that establishes terrorism as journalism to build its own reporting system in order to target the information on terrorism. The aim of the regime is to complete classical purposes of terrorism through information. This paper proposes an exegetical model built from the information-propagandistic elements of the concept of terrorism, which aims to develop a practical guide to interpret the reporting relationships of terrorism, no guidelines for journalists covering terrorism. The model helps to detect whether they are terrorists who manage information, rather than journalists, and the procedures used to achieve it.
Keywords Journalism; terrorism; information; public communication; propaganda; democracy
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