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Title

Anti-crisis Communications in Legal Discourse in Terms of Ensuring Information Security

Author

Oleg Gorai, Emiliya Ohar, Lidiya Snitsarchuk, Ruslan Polulyah, Serhii Druzhynin

Citation

Vol. 22  No. 7  pp. 103-108

Abstract

Mass media in the digital age are not only one of the most important elements of the information society but also a strategic resource for its development. Effectively implemented communication makes it possible to build connections not only between individuals, but also between social institutions and representatives of various generational groups of the mass audience, as well as ensure information security in a crisis period. At the same time, in the context of a constantly increasing amount of information flows, more and more often “a person loses the ability to independently think, analyze, and critically perceive information.” At the same time, “imposing” on the representatives of this or that society, through the content of multi-format mass media or active authors of social networks, a certain point of view on the problem becomes a completely realizable task. Thus, the main task of the study is to analyze the anti-crisis communications in legal discourse in terms of ensuring information security. As a result of the study, current trends and prerequisites of anti-crisis communications in legal discourse in terms of ensuring information security were revealed

Keywords

digitalization, mass media, anti-crisis communications, economy, information security.

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/202207/20220713.pdf