propaganda

THE CONCEPT OF HATE SPEECH IN THE PROPAGANDA DISCOURSE OF THE AGGRESSOR COUNTRY

The article attempts to catalog the key markers of hate speech used in the propaganda narratives of the aggressor country to create an image of the enemy. The article analyzes an array of propaganda material produced by the Russian Telegram channel «SlezhuZa». The most frequent and significant concepts for the propaganda ecosystem of the Russian Federation are identified: «Ukrainianism», «Russophobia», «decaying West», and «Anti-Russia project».

PECULIARITIES OF COVERAGE OF THE PALESTINIAN-ISRAELI CONFLICT IN THE WORLD MEDIA

The article attempts to identify the peculiarities of the coverage of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in the world media. The research was based on publications from the websites of three media outlets - «The Washington Post», «The Guardian» and «Al Jazeera». The author talks about the difficulties that journalists may face when covering armed conflicts. Firstly, it is the threats to the physical and mental health of the journalist. Secondly, it is the difficulty of abstracting from one's own preferences in the conflict.

Legal aspects of fighting disinformation in the european union: lessons for Ukraine

Аnnotation. The article "Legal aspects of combating disinformation in the European Union: lessons for Ukraine" describes and analyzes in detail the problem associated with a large amount of false, manipulative and extremely harmful information that every modern person has to face. Special attention is paid to the legislative regulation of the information sphere, measures aimed at improving information security in the European Union and Ukraine.

MEDIA MYSTIFICATION IN THE CONTENT OF ALL-UKRAINIAN TV CHANNELS: THE UKRAINIAN EXPERIENCE

The article analyzes the Ukrainian experience of using media mystification in the content of all-Ukrainian TV channels. An actual problem is the use of the genre of hoax in the content of all-Ukrainian TV channels, with the help of which journalists demonstrate fake news or fabricated programs on television as real in the country and abroad. The scientific approaches of scientists to the definition of the concept of "media mystification" are analyzed.

LVIV REGIONAL MEDIA AND THEIR CONTENT FROM/FOR THE “PRIMARY CLIENT”

Over the years, experts from the Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy (POID) have been conducting quantitative and qualitative monitoring of Ukraine's information space at the local level. By selecting certain regions, as well as print and online media in each of them, particular groups provide not only accounting and description of content – their task is to compare the results of regional newsrooms’ work.

European Union's Initiatives in the Struggle against the Propaganda of Terrorism (Research Article)

In the article, the author analyzes the EU initiatives that prevent radicalization, reduce the impact of destructive content, and increase public awareness and the ability to distinguish objective information from fakes and disinformation. The author emphasizes that the EU’s struggle against radicalization, extremism and terrorism is based on four “pillars”:

Propaganda, Disinformation, Strategic Communication — How to Improve Cooperation in CEE Region?

A paper deals with possibilities and opportunities for cooperation in Central and Eastern European region in the field of information security with particular emphasis on media influenced by Russia. My point of departure is that the information threats to societal security is external and they have relevant impact on the sustainability, conditions for evolution, of traditional patterns of language, culture and religious and ethnic identity, custom and values.

The international experience of regulation of criminalresponsibility for propaganda, planning, preparation, unleashing and conducting of aggressive war

This paper examines the international experience of regulation of criminal responsibility forpropaganda, planning, preparation, unleashing and conductingof aggressive war. On the basis of analysis of orders criminal legislation separate European and most post-Soviet countries the general and excellent lines of the normative regulation this question. Problematic issues and ways of their elimination are determined.

MEMES AS MARKERS OF FAKES AND PROPAGANDA TOPICS IN MEDIA REPRESENTATIONS OF THE RUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN CONFLICT

The article deals with memes as expressive rhetorical resource in media representations of the Russian-Ukrainian hybrid war and military conflict. It explores textual slogans of Russian propaganda that serve to legitimize external aggression. When these units are mirrored as intertextual material in the Ukrainian counter-discourse, they become critical targets for deconstructing fakes and decontamination of manipulative programs. The network of memetic signs is subordinated to the task of symbolic identification of conflict sides and their objectives.