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Eurasia 2.0 : Russian geopolitics in the age of new media
Éditeur Lexington books
Année copyright 2016
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Eurasia 2.0 : Russian geopolitics in the age of new media
1 vol. (XXXIII-340 p.) : ill., cartes, graph. ; 24 cm
Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index
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Russian digital lifestyle media and the construction of global selves / Saara Ratilainen ; Crossing borders/road movies in Russia : the road to nowhere ? : destinations in recent Russian cinema / Brigit Beumers ; Digital storytelling on youtube : the geo-political factor in Russian vernacular regional identities / Galina Zvereva ; Uses of Eurasia : the Kremlin, the Eurasian Union, and the Izborsky Club / Andrei Tsygankov ; Digital geopolitics encapsulated : Geidar Dzhemal between Islamism, occult fascism and Eurasianism / Marlène Laruelle ; Russia as an alternative model : geopolitical representations and Russia's public diplomacy : the case of Rossotrudnichestvo / Sirke Mäkinen ; Putin's third term and Russia as a great power / Hanna Smith ; Future empire : state-sponsored Eurasian identity promotion among Russian youth / Fabian Linde ; Russian geopolitical discourse : on pseudomorphosis, phantom pains and simulacra / Per-Arne Bodin ; Digital conservatism : framing patriotism in the era of global journalism / Vlad Strukov ; Invisible battlefield in Belarusian media space fighting "Rsskiimir" from within ? / Ryhor Nizhnikau ; Constructing the enemy-other in social media : Facebook as a particular "battlefield" during the Ukrainian crisis / Alla Marchenko and Sergiy Kurbatov ; The imagined geolinguistics of Ukraine / Dirk Uffelmann ; Digital Eurasia : post-Soviet geopolitics in the age of the new media : Euromaidan and the geopolitical struggle for influence on Ukraine via new media / Greg Simons ; The Russian world concept in online debate during the Ukrainian crisis / Mikhail Suslov
La 4e de couv. indique : "This book discusses the return of geopolitical ideas and doctrines to the post-Soviet space with a special focus on the new phenomenon of digital geopolitics, an overarching term for different political practices including dissemination of geopolitical ideas online, use of the Internet by political figures and diplomats for legitimation and outreach activity, and viral spread of geopolitical memes. Different chapters explore and consider the new possibilities and threats associated with this digitalization of geopolitical knowledge and practice, new spatial sensibilities, and identities of global as well as local selves. Developing Manuel Castells's argument that social activism in the digital era is organized around cultural values, these chapters discuss new geopolitical ideologies which aim to reinforce Russia's spiritual sovereignty as a unique civilization, while at the same time seeking to rebrand Russia as a greater soft power by utilizing the Russian-speaking diaspora or employing traditionalist rhetoric. Given the political events of recent years, it is logical that the Ukrainian crisis should provide the thematic backdrop for most of the authors."
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