by Michael Minton, Department of Sociology, University of Oxford.article by Robert Macpherson, Department.Department of Sociological Studies, University College London.article in Journal of Political Economy (2016) vol.44 no. 2 pp. 925-935.doi:10.2307/13747030....
A social media network called SRS that connects people, shares their stories and offers advice is the most powerful tool in shaping our social lives.
In fact, the network has been a powerful tool for the military, which is trying to better understand what is happening in the world.SRS uses the same tools as traditional news organizations, including news websites, to inform people of events that matter to them.
It is also a powerful platform for military commanders, who use the service to help them decide what to do next in a war.
We’re using it for that reason to see what kind of lessons they learn, said Gen. David A. “Jerry” Caldwell, commander of the United States Northern Command.
Srs uses a network of thousands of people who share the same interests and concerns.
They get together to post about anything, from the latest military news to topics that are important to them, including what they’re doing to prepare for a possible attack.
It’s a unique model because it allows us to see where the troops are and what they think about the world around them.
This is a real opportunity to see how they’re thinking, Caldwell said.
Military commanders use SRS to share information about the fight against ISIS, a group that has killed thousands of Americans.
But what about the people who are actually waging war against ISIS?
They use the Srs platform to share what they know about the group.
For example, the commander of a unit in Afghanistan recently shared information about ISIS in the service of getting the local population ready to fight.
Sols military command uses Srs to inform the public about the mission of the coalition.
The group also connects with people across the country who are interested in joining the military.
A recent study of military personnel in Afghanistan found that the military uses SRSs platform to get new recruits in and help them understand their responsibilities and the military’s mission.
We’re also using Srs for information about our fight against ISIL, the terror group that controls large swaths of territory in Iraq and Syria.
We’ve been using SRS for the last two years and we’re in the process of getting ready to launch it into Iraq.
The people who use Srs are looking for ways to share their experiences and to learn about the enemy, so that they can better prepare to take the fight to ISIL, said Col. John Dorrian, a commander of U.S. Special Operations Command.
And that is a really important part of the strategy, Dorrian said.