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\,prä-pə-'gan-də, ,prō-
etymology : unknown
Function : noun

1 planned strate,y to influence opinions on a large scale

2 from ‘manipulated truth’ to ‘partial truth’ to ‘plain information’, propaganda, with diverse intensities of meaning across borders, is a subtle impression (as opposed to an imposed war weapon known earlier). Today the idea is crucial in media, journalism, politics and capitalism.



1. Chinese poster from Mao's governance encouraging the common labourer to discard everything of past and usher in the new.

(hemant-purohit 26.11.2007)
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