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War crimes in the age of social media


Mann, A and Killingsworth, M and McCormack, T and Stellmach, D, War crimes in the age of social media, Cradle Coast Campus, UTAS, Burnie, pp. 2 (2022) [Broadcast]

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From the war in Ukraine to the Syrian civil war, any and every opinion has become accessible from your pocket. Facts are countered by alternate facts in an endless source of competing agendas and narratives. Social media holds the promise of new ways of fact-finding, as wartime actors are scrutinized 24/7, and crowd-sourced investigation becomes possible.

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Item Type:Broadcast
Keywords:social media, conflict, framing, representation, legacy media, journalism
Research Division:Language, Communication and Culture
Research Group:Communication and media studies
Research Field:Communication studies
Objective Division:Law, Politics and Community Services
Objective Group:International relations
Objective Field:Defence and security policy
UTAS Author:Mann, A (Professor Alana Mann)
UTAS Author:Killingsworth, M (Dr Matt Killingsworth)
UTAS Author:McCormack, T (Professor Tim McCormack)
UTAS Author:Stellmach, D (Dr Darryl Stellmach)
ID Code:152593
Year Published:2022
Deposited By:Media
Deposited On:2022-08-22
Last Modified:2022-12-14
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