Role of psychology in the information warfare
Igor Igorevich Kalchenko
Saint-Petersburg State University
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Keywords

information warfare, psychological warfare, psychology, manipulation

How to Cite

Kalchenko, I. (2019). Role of psychology in the information warfare. Actual Problems of Applied Sciences Journal World, (6(16), 16-20. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3342051
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Abstract

The issue of information warfare is a thing of great importance for contemporary politics and international relations. This article studies information warfare through the prism of psychology. This approach can provide better definition and understanding of such a complicated phenomenon as information warfare.

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