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comparative analysis mass media & wikileaks

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Transcript of comparative analysis mass media & wikileaks

Comparative analysis of
Mass media & Wikileaks

What's the
functions
?
Slumber party
Wikileaks
Mass media
Introduction
1 The
documents
that Wikileaks has released
Kenya - China / Jasmine revolution / Iraq case
NSA / TPP draft

2
The Wikileaks
'
viewpoint
Julian Assange / Wikileaks

3
Mass media
Solidarity vs. Concern

4
Conclusion
- The fifth state
1 The 5 leaked cases
1-1 Kenya - China
cooperation
1 African countries prefer working with
China alone as a
donor

2 But
Wikileaks
leaked the information
China
gave
"the confidential system related with
military
intelligence system"

Kenya
gave
"
core information
source
related with Africa"
1-2 Tunisia: the beginning of Jasmine Revolution
1 Wikileaks revealed the confidential
document between
the U.S and Tunisia
"The issue related with
human rights and censorship
"

2 Citizens got this information through
SNS
- then they started to get
"
Jasmine Revolution
"
1
The U.S
reported that the
deaths
in the war logs was '
109,000
'.

But

2
Wikileaks
leaked that at least
150,000
people was dead during the war,
-
80% of them were civilians
1-3 Iraq war
1
Edward Snowden
who worked for
CIA and NSA leaked the information
to Wikileaks
"
NSA tapped other countries
despite of friendly nations with US
"

2 It
strained
relationships between
US & Europe/Russia

3 The
citizens
know the government has
big data related with their privacy
1-4 NSA case
1-5 TPP case
1
TPP
is 'the Trans-Pacific Partnerships'
- it is like FTA among countries around
the Pacific

2 Wikileaks leaked the draft of TPP
- the articles related with
intellectual property rights
: the U.S wanted that
copyright
should be
protected for 120 years

- not 70 years

3 It will give
ripple effect
to TPP because
TPP has been propelled confidentially
2 Wikileaks
3 Mass media
2-1 Julian Assange?
"Every government is elected as
a result of people understanding."

When Assange was young,
he had
been traced by
his step-dad.
At that time, he thought the
government couldn't save him
.

So he argues that
"Wikileaks is an
anarchic activist
."
2-2 The anarchic Activists
1 In 2007, Wikileaks participated
in the

World Social Forum

-

anti-globalization movement

2 Negre&Hardt suggested 'Wikileaks' would be "
mutitude
" that is against
networked power

- the government, and
corporates
3-1 The relationship
between the Guardians and Wikileaks
1 Wikileaks needs 'Agenda setting' because there are so many diplomatic documents and
netizens doesn't help them like Wikipedia.

2 So the Guardian helps Wikileaks to get
'
Agenda setting
' and '
framing
' because
they are 'mass media'
3-2 The viewpoints of medias about Wikileaks
"Has Wikileaks changed journalism forever? Perhaps. Or maybe it was the other way around."
- David Carr, Times

Wikileaks could
jeopardize
"
security interests, the interests of our allies, the safety of government, employees and countless other individuals
"
- because Mass media plays a mediating role between the state and the citizen
4 Conclusion - the fifth state
The shortcoming for Wikileaks
as a watchdog
1 Wikileaks should promote
transparency

because it is operated confidentially
- the documents are
difficult to decipher

2 The dogmatic behavior of Julian Assange could
make 'another victim' because of
invasion of privacy
The shortcoming for mass media
as a watchdog
1 Like
Berlusconi effect
, the media are sometimes
held by industrial groups

2 Media conglomerate could
manipulate the public opinion and dominate politics
4 Conclusion -
Synthesis between Wikileaks and Mass media
1 Wikileaks needs '
Agenda setting
' and '
framing
'

2 Mass media has
a difficulty to release 'confidential thing'
because they walked on eggshells actually

3 So, they'd better
hold hands
but they should be
a watchdog against each other
- like wikileaks and the guardian

4 Then, they would be a '
fifth state
' as a watchdog
- the mixture between 'anarchist' and 'the public'
Positive watchdog function
of Mass media
1
Prevent
ing the
abuse of power

2
Warning citizens
about those that are doing
Ex: Watergate scandal for The Washington post

3 Aiming at '
finding hidden evidence
'
Wikileaks in comparative perspective
: How does mass media think?
1 Mass media wants '
Reformation
' not 'Revolution'

2 The issue that could attack the security of country
is "
taboo
" among mass media
- this is why the mass media are worried about Wikileaks

3 But they
want to find "hidden evidence"

So this conflict makes "
dilemma
" to mass media
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