propaganda (Q7281)

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form of communication intended to sway the audience through presenting only one side of the argument
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propaganda
form of communication intended to sway the audience through presenting only one side of the argument

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    Propaganda
    Use for materials created or disseminated by a person, organization, or government with the intent to manipulate or control public opinion in support of a specific agenda (political, social, economic, religious, etc.), often through the presentation of biased or misleading information. (English)
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