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Der Hack-Attack-Hype – Ein kritischer Blick auf die Berichterstattung über Terrorismus und Cyber-Terrorismus

  • Francesca Bosco
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Zusammenfassung

Die Autorin stellt die grundlegenden definitorischen Schwierigkeiten bei der Verwendung des Begriffes „Terrorismus“ bzw. „Terrorist“ da. Auch in der Debatte um das Phänomen des Cyber-Terrorismus spiegelt sich diese definitorische Problematik wieder. Anhand von Fallbeispielen werden Ausprägungen cyber-terroristischer Anschläge vorgestellt. Darüber hinaus werden verschiedene Mediengattungen hinsichtlich ihrer Rolle bei der Darstellung terroristischer Anschläge diskutiert. Anschließend erfolgt eine Erweiterung der Darstellung mit Fokus auf Social-Media-Kanäle.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.UNICRITurinItaly

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