جنگ نرم شبکه‌های ماهواره‌ای در روان‌سازی سیاست خارجی بین‌المللی کشور‌ها

نوع مقاله : مقاله علمی- پژوهشی مستقل

نویسنده

دانشیار عضو گروه اجتماعی دانشکده منابع سازمانی دانشگاه علوم انتظامی امین تهران ایران

چکیده

با نگاهی به تحولات اخیر مسائل بین الملل و افزایش نقش رسانه ها در روان سازی چرخه سیاست خارجی ،عرصه نوینی در سیاست خارجی با نام دیپلماسی رسانه ای بوجود آمد که علی الاصول به نحوه تاثیر گذاری و نقش رسانه ها بر افکار عمومی جهان و تغییر سیاست خارجی کشورها می پردازد. تاثیر تلویزیون جهانی در حل و فصل مسائل سیاسی و استفاده ابزاری از آن در هدایت افکار عمومی و اعمال فشار بر دست اندر کاران سیاست خارجی(به عنوان ابزار جنگ نرم) ، نویسنده را بر آن داشت که با برجسته نمودن کارایی ارتباطات بین الملل درتبادل اطلاعات و تبلیغات سیاسی بین المللی ؛ قرائت جدیدی از جنگ نرم در سطح روابط بین المللی ارائه دهد.به اعتقاد نویسنده جریان بین المللی اطلاعات به نوعی است که کشورهای صاحب فن آوری اطلاعات و ارتباطات با ایجاد اسطوره سازی ،تبلیغات تجاری و سیاسی ،پیام های خود را متوجه مخاطبین زیادی در سطوح ملی و بین المللی می کنند و اطلاعات سیاسی و اقتصادی و فرهنگی لازم را در راستای منافع سیاسی خود افکار عمومی بین المللی منتقل کنند.

کلیدواژه‌ها

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عنوان مقاله [English]

Soft Warfare of Satellite Television Networks in the Field of International Communications

نویسنده [English]

  • Davood Doagooyan
Associate Member of Social Department, Faculty of Organizational Resources, Amin University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
چکیده [English]

Looking at recent developments in international affairs and increasing the role of the media in streamlining the foreign policy cycle, a new arena has emerged in foreign policy which is called media diplomacy, which in principle influences the role of the media in world public opinion and policy change. The impact of global television on resolving political issues and using them as a tool to guide public opinion and put pressure on those involved in foreign policy (as a tool of soft warfare) prompted the author to highlight the effectiveness of international communication in information exchange and international political propaganda; provide a new reading of soft warfare at the level of international relations. Some thinkers believe that in today's turbulent world, global broadcasting by international television networks is essential. Today, global television networks, with the coverage of world news and international events, attract public opinion to the events they are interested in and induce their analysis and interpretation. According to the author, the international flow of information is such that technocrat countries gathering information and communication by creating myths, commercial and political propaganda, conveys their messages to many audiences at the national and international levels, and conveys the necessary political, economic and cultural information in line with their political interests.

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • soft warfare
  • international television networks
  • Foreign Policy
  • global propaganda
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