Strategic Communication at the Age of the Global Information Warfare: How it Works?​

Presented by Professor Konstantin A. Pantserev, Saint-Petersburg State University

Date: Monday 23 July, 2018
Time: 3:00pm-4:30pm
Location: Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2), Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37) 

Abstract:

The paper is devoted to the problem of ensuring the security in the digital age. It becomes evident that today there is a new up-and-coming social and economic order based on telecommunications, and networking and data processing have become key features of this new way of life. The central place in this new system of public relations belongs to modern information and communication technologies (ICT). But at the same time it is necessary to keep in mind that information technologies, when used effectively, are able to destroy existing orders; to overthrow political regimes which used to be rather stable and influential. That’s why it seems very important not only to create favorable conditions for the development of the ICT-sector in a country, but also to think about how to defend national interests in the field of information. The author points out that the appearance of information and communication technologies does not automatically mean the sustainable development. Basing on the case-study of Egypt, Libya and Syria the author explores the most common methods which have been used in those countries in order to manage the public opinion.

 

Presenter:

DSc., associated professor Konstantin A. Pantserev is the associated professor at the Chair of the Theory and the History of International Relations in Saint-Petersburg State University, School of International Relations. Director of the International Communication Agency “Sapmar”, Director of the International Center of African Studies, Coordinator at the field of African studies of the International Center for Social and Political Studies and Consulting.

Member of the Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Science at the field of the economic, social, political and cultural development of African countries, Coordinator of Russian – African Strategic Studies Association. Out-of-staff tutor of the Institute of African Studies of Russian Academy of Science. Member of International Studies Association, International Political Science Association, Royal African Society, Russian – Latin American Strategic Studies Association, the International Research and Expert Network on the Communication and Media Management of the EU and Russia Relations - EURUCMNET.

Main research interests are related to the problems of the ensuring of the international information security.  

The author of over 70 research articles.

The author of books: «States of Sub-Saharan Africa on the Way to the Global information Society: Problems and Prospects» (2010) and «States of Sub-Saharan Africa in the System of Modern International Information Relations» (2011).

Coauthor of book: «The Digital Divide: Issues, Recommendations and Research» (2017).

Editor and coauthor of the textbook: «Information Society and International Relations» (2014).  

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Prof Konstantin Pantserev

 

About Research Seminar and Workshop Series

 


The research seminar and workshop series' occur each semester, each with a different topic and guest speaker from UQ or otherwise.

Unless otherwise advertised, the seminars occur on a Friday afternoon from 3-4 pm in the Digital Learning Space (Room 224) in the Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37).

Semester 1, 2019 Seminars & Workshops

 

Friday, 26 July
3-4pm

School Forum

 

Friday, 2 August
3-4pm

Who Owns Your Face? Personal Identity Rights in the Era of Augmented Reality and Facial Recognition Technology

Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2),
Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37)

Gordon Finlayson

Friday, 16 August
3-5 pm
 

3:00pm-4:00pm (Panel)

4:00pm- onwards (CAPS launch event)

CommArts Postgraduate Society Panel: “How to Write a Journal Article and Target the Right Journals”

CommArts Postgraduate Society Launch/ new HDR student welcome

Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2),
Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37)

Angela Hannan (SCA Librarian)

Dr Elena Danilova (Scholarly Publishing, Library)

Dr Ted Nannicelli (Editor, Projections: The Journal for Movies and Mind)

Associate Professor Kelly Fielding (Communication scholar)

Dr Jennifer Clement (Literary Studies scholar)

Associate Professor Pradip Thomas (Communications, Media and Cultural Studies scholar)
Friday, 23 August
3-5 pm

All in One Quire: Emotional Communities in John Donne's Easter Sermons

Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2),
Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37)

Dr Jennifer Clement

Friday, 6 September
3-4pm

Examining intergenerational cultural transmission in refugee families: A study of Congolese, Burmese, and Ethiopian refugee families resettled in Australia

Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2),
Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37)

Dr Aparna Hebbani, A/Prof Levi Obijiofor and Mairead MacKinnon

Friday, 13 September
3-4pm

AustLit and BlackWords—Platforms for Storying Research

Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2),
Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37)

Kerry Kilner and The AustLit Team

Friday, 20 September
3-4pm

Platform Anxieties in India

Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2),
Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37)

A/Prof Pradip Thomas
Friday, 27 September
3-4pm

Centre for Critical and Creative Writing Hosted Roundtable: The State of Australian Arts Criticism

Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2),
Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37)

 
Friday, 4 October
3-4pm

Enacting a Sense of Home Among Older Chinese Migrants in Australia

Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2),
Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37)

A/Prof Shuang Liu
Friday, 11 October
3-4pm

Selfies, Affordances, and Situational Properties

Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2),
Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37)

Katrin Tiidenberg, Tallinn University

Friday, 18 October
3-4pm

To Not Die of History

Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2),
Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37)

Cherry Smyth

Friday, 25 October
3-4pm

Why Paintings Matter: Filming Bruegel’s Hunters in the Snow (1565)

Digital Learning Space (Room 224, Level 2),
Joyce Ackroyd Building (#37)

Dr Andrea Bubenik