NEW MEDIA AND MIGRATION ACTIVITIES OF TRANSNATIONAL GROUPS
To understand the way terrorist recruitment by ISIS through conventional and new media, this study uses several analytical models, including phenomenological approaches, case studies, and text analysis. In a phenomenological approach, questionnaires are used to explore the experiences of individuals involved in terrorist recruitment. Researchers focus on terror cases in Indonesia and worldwide through conventional and new/convergent media in the case study. In text analysis, researchers examined a variety of texts such as print and online media to understand how ISIS conducts recruitment through those media. Some media reports about ISIS terror acts suggest they are indirectly recruiting to get people to join their group. One example of recruitment through new/convergent media is through sites such as Google, YouTube, and the internet archive, which the Islamic State group uses to spread their propaganda.
New Media, Planning, Propaganda, Recruitment, Funding, Consolidation, Training.