Ashghor, Aly
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MEDIASI MASSAL TERORISME: PENGANTAR CRITICAL TERRORISM STUDIES Ashghor, Aly
Jurnal Keamanan Nasional Vol 4, No 1 (2018): Mei
Publisher : Pusat Kajian Keamanan Nasional (Puskamnas) Universitas Bhayangkara Jakarta Raya (UBJ)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31599/jkn.v4i1.349

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This paper is a development of research conducted by the Center for National Security Studies (Puskamnas) Bhayangkara University of Jakarta on a map of global terrorism obtained from coverage of 56 (fifty six) online mass media in the world throughout the year 2017. Mass mediation of terrorism is a critical effort and a reflective way in trying to understand the practice and the articulation of the terrorism discourse in the world, especially on how the media enters and enlivens the practice of terrorism concept. This paper shows that the social construction of terrorism tends to be influenced by the Western mass media. In the construction of the mass media, the notion of terrorism today is the product of the discourse of the Western mass media. The dominance of the Western mass mediation terrorism resulted in the construction of terrorism discourse associated with the movement of Islamism and Communism. The mass mediation of terrorism demonstrates by Israeli atrocities against Palestinians tend to disregard aas acts of state terrorism. Threfore, the implication of state-centrist terrorism in counter terrorism policies are more oriented towards national security than human security.
INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDIES OF TERRORIST REHABILITATION Ashghor, Aly
Jurnal Keamanan Nasional Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Mei
Publisher : Pusat Kajian Keamanan Nasional (Puskamnas) Universitas Bhayangkara Jakarta Raya (UBJ)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31599/jkn.v5i1.429

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The post 9/11 rehabilitation programs have become attention in various countries. The projects for terrorism rehabilitation planning programs are systematically and structured carried out in several countries, such as Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Pakistan, Malaysia, Egypt, Iraq and Uzbekistan. Whilst, this program are conducted through ad hoc institution in some countries, such as in Nigeria, China, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Denmark, Germany, Britain and Nepal. The terrorism rehabilitation program of the post 9/11 tragedy tended to be focused on terrorist groups that used Islamic symbols. This book consists of a series of case studies of different terrorist rehabilitation initiatives that have been attempted around the world. A rehabilitation programs in countries are critically analyzed to develop a good understanding of the significance of different approaches and strategies of terrorist rehabilitation in helping potential terrorists to integrate back into society. This book provides vital tools to address the challenges which faced by practitioners of terrorist rehabilitation programs.