Exploring the Dramatization in Dabiq: A Fantasy Theme Analysis Public Deposited

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  • The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is a formidable international force operating and perpetuating religious
  • The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is a formidable international force operating and perpetuating religious, military, and violent agendas. In 2014, ISIS established a worldwide Caliphate governing religious authority across Middle Eastern territories. ISIS operations are grandiose and large scale, longevity and survival are predicated on recruitment. One prominent ISIS recruiting tool is a printed and digitally produced magazine. Entitled Dabiq, the magazine represents the motives and ideologies behind ISIS; it symbolizes what ISIS hopes to accomplish. Dabiq includes powerful imagery and persuasive statements to draw readers in. The most cogent and dramatized elements in Dabiq reveal persuasion strategies. This study uses a rhetorical criticism; Fantasy Theme Analysis is the methodology chosen to examine the Dabiq series. The concepts of fantasy themes, fantasy types, master analogies, and rhetorical visions are considered to explore elements in Dabiq.
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