Noopolitics and Information Network Systems

Authors

  • Sergey Borisovich Nikonov
  • Anna Vitalievna Baichik
  • Rikka Victorovna Zaprudina
  • Nikolai Sergeevich Labush
  • Anna Sergeevna Smolyarova

Abstract

This article discusses the measures that the states can use to prevent information expansion. The modern world is an information field, where information battles are conducted for the right to manipulate the electorate. Technical abilities to collect and analyze the obtained information differ across the countries. There is a struggle for leadership in this area. The article involves one of the most important aspects of application of noopolitics – confidence. Symbiosis of politics and psychology is one of the requirements to be considered by an international actor in the development of an information strategy.

Keywords: Noopolitics, mass media, confidence, journalism, information system.

JEL Classifications: D83; F52; F53; F55; O31; O32; O33

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Published

2015-12-05

How to Cite

Nikonov, S. B., Baichik, A. V., Zaprudina, R. V., Labush, N. S., & Smolyarova, A. S. (2015). Noopolitics and Information Network Systems. International Review of Management and Marketing, 5(1S), 44–48. Retrieved from https://econjournals.com/index.php/irmm/article/view/1617

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