Radical Groups in Non-Mainstreaming Media

Authors

  • Tinatin Karosanidze Free University of Tbilisi

Keywords:

radical groups, social media, extremism, recruiting, funding.

Abstract

Contemporary radical groups more often use non-mainstreaming media to achieve their political aims. The development of social media clearly showed radical extremist groups that Internet platforms are the most successful area for spreading their ideology, operations, and recruiting. At the same time, it is cheaper than TV or press and gathers a much bigger number of people.

The research analyzes the areas where radical violent groups use non-mainstreaming media, i.e., propaganda, radicalization, fundraising, spreading the information, and planning the operations.  

Published

2023-12-22

How to Cite

Karosanidze, Tinatin. 2023. “Radical Groups in Non-Mainstreaming Media”. Free University Journal of Asian Studies, no. 5 (December). Tbilisi. https://journals.org.ge/index.php/asianstudies/article/view/140.

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