The Mental Image of the Armed (Terrorist) Organizations in the News Bulletins Daish a Model: A Field Study on the Media Professors of the Arab Universities

Qudah Mohamad Falah, Abdulkrim Ajmi Ziani, Menawer Alrajehi, Alia Fouad Al-Matrouk

Abstract


The past 30 years witnessed an increase in wars and terrorist operations in Arab countries, causing large Problems and crises for the countries that witnessed wars and acts of violence. The Arab countries also witnessed the creation of secret and public organizations, some of which are political while others are armed.
This study aims to shed light on the mental image of an armed organization, such as Daish terrorist organization, through news bulletins and through its brutal actions, as murdering, dragging, burning, slaughtering, individual and collective executions, and systematic destruction of cities and so on. The study also aims to shed light on ways to combat these terrorist organizations.


Keywords


Daish; Mental; Image; Media professors; Armed (terrorist) organizations

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