Volume 4, Issue 2 (2019) WARS, CONFLICTS, AND THE MARGINALIZATION OF DISSENT
INTRODUCTION: WARS, CONFLICTS, AND THE MARGINALIZATION OF DISSENT
Tuija Parikka, Basilio G. Monteiro, and Sejal Singh
DISINFORMATION AS WARFARE IN THE DIGITAL AGE: DIMENSIONS, DILEMMAS, AND SOLUTIONS
Minna Aslama Horowitz
FORGETTING FALLUJAH: COVERT SILENCE, DIGITAL PUBLIC MEMORY AND THE CIVILIAN CONSEQUENCES OF OPERATION PHANTOM FURY IN IRAQ
Jason L. Jarvis
SISTERS OF THE CALIPHATE: MEDIA AND THE WOMEN OF ISIS
Kathleen German and Rosemary Pennington
CORRUPTION, POLITICAL INSTABILITY AND TRANSNATIONAL CRIME IN THE COUNTRY OF GUINEA-BISSAU
Brian K. Harte
Special Issue Editors
- Tuija Parikka, Ph.D.
- Assistant Professor of Communication Arts
- Basilio Monteiro, Ph.D.
- Associate Professor in the Department of Mass Communication, and Director of the Graduate Program International Communication
- Sejal Singh, Esq.
- Assistant Professor in the Division of Criminal Justice, Legal Studies & Homeland Security.