Militarization of social media: strategies and challenges
25 October 2017
Social media has become one of the world’s most influential tools for promotion and branding regardless of industry and audiences. This event aims to assess the militarization of social media by focusing discussion on the online mechanisms, strategies and tools employed by the arms and military services and military videogames industries.
What factors and mechanisms are involved in the promotion of militarism via social media platforms? How is social media contributing to the reification of the military as a normal part of international relations?
Programme: Coffee will be served at 09.30 and the discussion will begin at 10.00.
Dr Susan Jackson, Researcher at the Department of Economic History, Stockholm University, and Associate Senior Researcher, SIPRI
Dr Nick Robinson, Associate Professor in Politics, University of Leeds
Dr Andrea Schneiker, Junior Professor, University of Siegen
Dan Smith, SIPRI Director
Please confirm your participation by Monday, 23 October to Ms Alexandra Manolache, Communications Officer, Tel: 0722 035 830, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event contact (SIPRI)