Cyberwar: How Russian Hackers and Trolls Helped Elect a President What We Don't, Can't, and Do Know

Cyberwar: How Russian Hackers and Trolls Helped Elect a President What We Don't, Can't, and Do Know ‼ Best new ⇮ Cyberwar: How Russian Hackers and Trolls Helped Elect a President What We Don't, Can't, and Do Know ⁕ By Kathleen Hall Jamieson ₊ In her breakthrough new book Cyberwar, Kathleen Hall Jamieson applies her legendary skills to a forensic examination of the Russian hackers, trolls and bots who reshaped American public opinion through social media platforms, using data analytics to achieve maximum impact Her masterful study provides a compelling answer to the question of whether Russia likely helped elect an American President Andrea Mitchell, NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent MSNBC Anchor Kathleen Hall Jamieson has performed a great service not just for politicians, journalists and curious citizens, but most important, for American democracy, by taking a scholar s approach to answering one of the most urgent and gnawing questions of our time how did Russia try to influence the U.S elections of 2016 and how much difference did that make This is a must read for everyone who cares about the future of the American electoral system Judy Woodruff, Anchor and Managing Editor, The PBS NewsHour Kathleen Hall Jamieson mounts a strong challenge to the conventional wisdom that the Russia interference in the 2016 presidential race did not affect the outcome Drawing on her expertise in presidential elections and how messages are received, she shows how the hacked emails influenced the media s focus and traces the powerful synergies between what the trolls were saying and what voters were ready to believe It is hard to imagine a better application of careful scholarship to a central question for our country and deserves a wide readership Robert Jervis, Adlai E Stevenson Professor of International Politics, Columbia University In Cyberwar, Kathleen Jamieson Hall details with intelligent research the impact the cyberattacks had on democratic dialogue and in shaping both the media and political narrative of the 2016 presidential election The book confirms what DHS and DNI refused to conclude the Russian information warfare campaign helped to discredit Hillary Clinton and ultimately progress the electoral outcome in the election of Donald Trump Donna Brazile, former Interim Chair of the Democratic National CommitteeThe question of how Donald Trump won the 2016 election looms over his presidency In particular, were the 78,000 voters who gave him an Electoral College victory affected by the Russian trolls and hackers Trump has denied it So too has Vladimir Putin Others cast the answer as unknowable.Drawing on path breaking work in which she and her colleagues isolated significant communication effects in the 2000 and 2008 presidential campaigns, the eminent political communication scholar Kathleen Hall Jamieson marshals the troll posts, unique polling data, analyses of how the press used the hacked content, and a synthesis of half a century of media effects research to argue that, although not certain, it is probable that the Russians helped elect the 45th president of the United States.In the process, Cyberwar tackles questions that include How extensive was the troll messaging What characteristics of the social media platforms did the Russians exploit Why did the mainstream press rush the hacked content into the citizenry s newsfeeds Was Clinton telling the truth when she alleged that the debate moderators distorted what she said in the leaked speeches Did the Russian influence extend beyond social media and news to alter the behavior of FBI director James Comey After detailing the ways in which the Russian efforts were abetted by the press, social media platforms, the candidates, party leaders, and a polarized public, Cyberwar closes with a warning the country is ill prepared to prevent a sequel. 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  • Format Kindle
  • 336 pages
  • Kathleen Hall Jamieson
  • Anglais
  • 07 February 2016