Communicational Security

Original title: Komunikacinis saugumas

Publishing date: 2007

Publisher: Vilniaus universiteto leidykla

Language: Lithuanian

Pages: 219



This monograph considers safety as a complicated but in principle objective phenomenon. Rational attitude, stating that risks to safety may not be only identified, but also evaluated (from the perspective of their affect) and transformed, allows braking reflectivism and relativity circle which usually does not have academic objectives to deliver proposals how to bring more safety on contemporary society. This attitude necessarily forces to analyse risks of contemporary dangers and look for the elements of their nature and the affect of safeguarded objects. Thus the most important subjects of the research within the monograph are dangers, as complicated, multisided reality-based phenomena, which may be classified, evaluated, and changed in intensity. The main original scientific input of this work is involving communication safety sector into positivistic B. Buzan sectorisation model. Elements and functions of communication safety sector should essentially fit to sectorisation methodology and improve general methodology for researching dangers of safety which might claim for a consistent systemic safety research model. Up to now, neither Lithuanian nor foreign literature involved information and communications aspects into research of safety evaluating them not only from the perspective of danger but also as a valuable theoretical interface which enables for delivering constructivist and positivist presumptions’ matching model. [Excerpt from the publication],


Cite as: Janeliūnas, T. (2007) Komunikacinis saugumas. Vilnius: Vilniaus universiteto leidykla.

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