Donald Ellis
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  • West Hartford, CT
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bias in political cartoons

Started Jul 14, 2014 0 Replies

Is this political cartoon funny? What do you think? Is it appropriate?


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Advanced degrees in conflict theory and practice including all sorts of intervention theories and strategies. Focus is primarily on ethnopolitical conflicts
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specialist in communication issues related to ethnopolitically divided groups. My work focuses on particularly difficult and resistant to resolution conflicts.
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Donald Ellis's Blog

The semiotics of beheadings: Conditions of extreme conflict

Posted on October 13, 2014 at 8:20am 0 Comments

Some conflicts – typically ethnopolitical conflicts – are very extreme and filled with religious and cultural symbolism that is difficult to manage. Go to the address below to read something about "beheadings" and the religious and group implications.

Media literate terrorist

Posted on September 22, 2014 at 8:19am 0 Comments

See blog at:

The media in general, and new media in particular, are increasingly effective tools used by extremist in Syria or ISIS. Even their extraordinary brutality is no match for the skill in which they are using new media to attract new recruits, send propaganda messages, scare the enemy, and promote their goals of a single Muslim state. ISIS is now one of the more sophisticated users of…


The language of contention and contentious language

Posted on September 8, 2014 at 7:56am 0 Comments

People regularly talk about the role of language in military and political contention – especially with respect to the Israel Palestine conflict. Language plays a role in war and military conflicts. The problem is language can either enlighten or enclose. I address this a little bit more in the posting below but what do people think of language in Israel Palestine conflict? What have you noticed that either opens up for constrains our understanding.




The matter of "getting to the table" is under appreciated

Posted on July 21, 2014 at 8:30am 0 Comments

People often ask me what I think about Gaza and all that is going on. Here's what I tell them first. you can read best at:


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