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SUBJECT AREA Politics
CREATED ON 6th April 2017
COMPLETED ON 12th April 2017
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Critical Review: Propaganda and Manipulation: How mass media engineers and distorts our perceptions

Propaganda and Manipulation: How mass media engineers and distorts our perceptions (duration: 1:17:08) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pfo5gPG72KM (Links to an external site.) Please watch the linked lecture on propaganda and manipulation, and write a critical review report. You should do (1) a summary of the lecture and (2) your reflection.
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