Hur Ryssland använder desinformation - en fallstudie om konflikten med Ukraina

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Högskolan i Halmstad/Akademin för informationsteknologi

Sammanfattning: The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has been ongoing since 2014, the focus in this paper is the spread of disinformation. Russia's capability to spread their disinformation is partly because of how the Russian media is structured, it's structured in such a way that lets the government control it. In this report the authors also interviewed two Swedish government agencies, Myndigheten för Psykologiskt Försvar and Försvarshögskolan. These interviews were conducted to deepen the authors' understanding of the agencies' views on these kinds of problems. They helped the authors gain a deeper understanding of cultural differences and why they have succeeded and failed in the past. The paper also highlights the importance of the digital medium and how Russia is using so-called Internettrolls to further their agenda. To understand Russia's disinformation campaigns the authors also look at earlier events, such as MH17. The authors also discuss Russian media outlets that spread their disinformation.

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