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Propaganda can be defined as one-way communications designed by their sponsors — states or other powerful groups — to persuade large numbers of people to think and act in line with the sponsors’ preferences. From a democratic perspective, propaganda is most problematic when its sponsors simultaneously use coercion to dominate public discourse.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 28 Mar 2022

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  • media
  • politics
  • censorship
  • propaganda
  • war


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