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Güzelipek Yiğit Anıl (Karamanoğlu Mehmetbey University, Turkey)
Considering Social Media as an Innovative Tool for Politics: Opportunities and Threats
Scientific Publications / University of Economics in Katowice. Economics and management in information technology context : international week, 2017, s. 95-104, rys., tab., bibliogr. 11 poz.
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Media społecznościowe, Dyplomacja, Innowacyjność
Social media, Diplomacy, Innovative character
The usage of social media is one of the most important natural prolongement of globalization process. Despite of the fact that in the beginning, the usage of social media was consist of personal interests; in later times the involvement of states to social media added a new dimension to social media phenomenon. By this means, traditional diplomatic and bureaucratic activities are simultaneously started to be practiced on cyber world. In parallel to this innovative development, states has become a subject of various opportunities and threats originating from social media. This study aims to investigate the advantages and disadvantages of states' involvement to social media. According to the findings of the study, despite of the fact that social media involvement has many advantages to states; vulnerabilities on cybersecurity and manipulative activities are considered as the major threats against states stemming from the social media. On the other hand, despite of facing with many threats, states have a strong tendency to maintain their connection with social media due to their positions. (original abstract)
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