Dżihad epoki cyfrowej. Jak muzułmańscy terroryści z Państwa Islamskiego wykorzystują Internet w swojej działalności

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Grzegorz Małyga


The article describes how Islamic terrorist organizations, such as Islamic State, use modern technology for propaganda purposes. Author focused mainly on Internet which became main communication channel of this organization. Islamic State uses Internet tools, especially social media, in a professional way which shows us clearly that technological progress brings not only advantages, but also threats.


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Małyga, G. (1). Dżihad epoki cyfrowej. Jak muzułmańscy terroryści z Państwa Islamskiego wykorzystują Internet w swojej działalności. Refleksje. Pismo Naukowe studentów I doktorantów WNPiD UAM, (14), 121-131. Pobrano z https://pressto.amu.edu.pl/index.php/r/article/view/8384


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