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by Daniel Leonard Bernardi,Pauline Hope Cheong,Chris Lundry,Scott W. Ruston

eBook Narrative Landmines: Rumors, Islamist Extremism, and the Struggle for Strategic Influence (New Directions in International Studies) epub
  • ISBN: 0813552508
  • Author: Daniel Leonard Bernardi,Pauline Hope Cheong,Chris Lundry,Scott W. Ruston
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rutgers University Press; None ed. edition (June 14, 2012)
  • Pages: 220 pages
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by Daniel Leonard Bernardi (Author), Pauline Hope Cheong (Author), Chris Lundry (Author), Scott W. He has published in such journals as Storyworlds: A Journal of Narrative Studies and The International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction. Series: New Directions in International Studies.

Narrative Landmines explores how rumors fit into and extend narrative .

Narrative Landmines explores how rumors fit into and extend narrative systems and ideologies, particularly in the context of terrorism, counter-terrorism, and extremist insurgencies. PAULINE HOPE CHEONG is an associate professor of communication at the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication at Arizona State University.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Narrative Landmines: Rumors, Islamist Extremism,. Narrative Landmines: Rumors, Islamist Extremism, and the Struggle for Strategic Influence. By Daniel Leonard Bernardi, Pauline Hope Cheong, Chris Lundry, Scott W. Ruston. Narrative Landmines explores how rumors fit into and extend narrative systems and ideologies, particularly in the context of terrorism, counter-terrorism, and extremist insurgencies.

Narrative Landmines explores how rumors fit into and extend narrative systems and . New Directions in International Studies

Narrative Landmines explores how rumors fit into and extend narrative systems and ideologies, particularly in the context of terrorism, counter-terrorism, and extremist insurgencies. Its concern is to foster a more sophisticated understanding of how oral and digital cultures work alongside ecomic, diplomatic, and cultural factors that influence the struggles between states and n-state actors in the proverbial battle of hearts and minds. New Directions in International Studies. DANIEL LEONARD BERNARDI is professor and chair of the Cinema Department at San Francisco State University.

Daniel Leonard Bernardi, Pauline Hope Cheong, Chris Lundry, and Scott W. Series: New Directions in International Studies

Daniel Leonard Bernardi, Pauline Hope Cheong, Chris Lundry, and Scott W. As narrative forms, rumors are suitable to a wide range of political expression, from citizens, insurgents, and governments alike, and in places as distinct as Singapore, Iraq, and Indonesia-the case studies presented for analysis. The authors make a compelling argument for understanding rumors in these contexts as narrative IEDs, low-cost, low-tech weapons that can successfully counter such elaborate and expansive government initiatives as outreach campaigns or strategic communication efforts.

Bernardi, Daniel Leonard; Cheong, Pauline Hope; Lundry, Chris; Ruston, Scott W. (2012). Narrative Landscapes: Rumors, Islamist Extremism, and the Struggle for Strategic Influence. Rutgers University Press. p. 224. ISBN 978-0-8135-5251-4. Archived from the original on 2012-01-23. Asimov, Nanette (2011-10-14). military track, defuse rumors". San Francisco Chronicle.

Narrative landmines: Rumors, Islamist extremism, and the struggle for strategic influence. Blending the Virtual and the Physical: Narrative’s Mobile Future? S Ruston. refractory: a Journal of Entertainment Media 9, 2006. DL Bernardi, PH Cheong, C Lundry, SW Ruston. Rutgers University Press, 2012. A pragmatic framework for studying extremists’ use of cultural narrative. S Corman, SW Ruston, M Fisk. 2nd International Conference on Cross-Cultural Decision Making: Focus 201. 2012. This study contains a narrative of operations by the Russian Armies, and is based on the book "La batalla de Galizia" by General Golovine of the Imperial Russian Army

Narrative landmines: Rumors, islamist extremism, and the struggle for strategic influence. This study contains a narrative of operations by the Russian Armies, and is based on the book "La batalla de Galizia" by General Golovine of the Imperial Russian Army. Conclusions about the outcome are included.

Narrative Landmines explores how rumors fit into and extend narrative systems and ideologies, particularly in the context of terrorism, counter-­terrorism, and extremist insurgencies

Narrative Landmines explores how rumors fit into and extend narrative systems and ideologies, particularly in the context of terrorism, counter-­terrorism, and extremist insurgencies. Beyond face-­to-­face communication, this book also addresses the role of new and social media in the creation and spread of rumors. Its concern is to foster a more sophisticated understanding of how oral and digital cultures work alongside economic, diplomatic, and cultural factors that influence the struggles between states and non-­state actors in the proverbial battle of hearts and minds.

Find nearly any book by Daniel Leonard Bernardi. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780813552514 (978-0-8135-5251-4) Softcover, Rutgers University Press, 2012.

Islamic extremism is the dominant security concern of many contemporary governments, spanning the industrialized West to the developing world. Narrative Landmines explores how rumors fit into and extend narrative systems and ideologies, particularly in the context of terrorism, counter-terrorism, and extremist insurgencies. Its concern is to foster a more sophisticated understanding of how oral and digital cultures work alongside economic, diplomatic, and cultural factors that influence the struggles between states and non-state actors in the proverbial battle of hearts and minds. Beyond face-to-face communication, the authors also address the role of new and social media in the creation and spread of rumors.

 As narrative forms, rumors are suitable to a wide range of political expression, from citizens, insurgents, and governments alike, and in places as distinct as Singapore, Iraq, and Indonesia—the case studies presented for analysis. The authors make a compelling argument for understanding rumors in these contexts as “narrative IEDs,” low-cost, low-tech weapons that can successfully counter such elaborate and expansive government initiatives as outreach campaigns or strategic communication efforts. While not exactly the same as the advanced technological systems or Improvised Explosive Devices to which they are metaphorically related, narrative IEDs nevertheless operate as weapons that can aid the extremist cause.

Comments: (3)
Sardleem
Bernardi and his co-authors build on other research to offer a lucid, helpful, well conceived and executed account of how narrative, story, themes, and messages affect the ability of the U.S., Al Qaeda, Singapore and others to forge and successfully execute an effective strategic communication campaign. The examples are adroitly selected and their analysis is first rate. Highly recommended.
Andromajurus
Narrative Landmines is organized into discrete, meaningful sections while remaining on point and adding to the central idea: that rumors are not as innocent as many believe them to be, and should be dealt with in a specific manner. The book provides concrete examples of stories growing out of control and taking place of the narrative being pushed by the target of the stories. All examples have accompanying reasoning as to why the target was (un)successful in dealing with the issue. The examples are very interesting, even if you are not in the business of public affairs/relations. (like me)

Full disclosure: I work with Dr. Daniel Bernardi (one of the authors).
Roru
Narrative Landmines is a fascinating read that really is enlightening on the events that transpired in the Iraq War. Bernardi et al offer pertinent research of how narrative elements as well as master narratives affect the spread and threat level of rumors. This text is key to understanding extremist cultures, the Iraq War, rumor campaigns and strategic communication.
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