The translation of jihadist videos, understood as a linguistic and pragmatic process.

 

Primary research question
1) How has the concept of translation evolved from the traditional print media to the modern online communication?
Secondary research questions
i. How do Jihadist videos represent the change that has taken place in the media sector?
ii. How is this representation taking shape for future communications?

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