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    • Political correctness

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    • Political communication

    • Political communication(s) is a subfield of communication and political science that is concerned with how information spreads and influences politics and policy makers, the news media and citizens. Since the advent of the World Wide Web, the amount of data to analyze has exploded, and researchers are shifting to compu ... Read »


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    • Agit-train

    • An agit-train (Russian: агитпоезд) was a locomotive engine with special auxiliary cars outfitted for propaganda purposes by the Bolshevik government of Soviet Russia during the time of the Russian Civil War, War Communism, and the New Economic Policy. Brightly painted and carrying onboard a p ... Read »


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    • Committee

    • A committee (or "commission") is a body of one or more persons that is subordinate to a deliberative assembly. Usually, the assembly sends matters into a committee as a way to explore them more fully than would be possible if the assembly itself were considering them. Committees may have different functions and the typ ... Read »


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    • Contentious politics

    • Contentious politics is the use of disruptive techniques to make a political point, or to change government policy. Examples of such techniques are actions that disturb the normal activities of society such as demonstrations, general strike action, riot, terrorism, civil disobedience, and even revolution or insurrectio ... Read »


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    • Political criticism

    • Political criticism (also referred to as political commentary or political discussion) is criticism that is specific of or relevant to politics, including policies, politicians, political parties, and types of government. There has been controversy over the relevance and importance of political criticism in civili ... Read »


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    • Development Communication and Policy Sciences

    • The notion of "policy sciences" may have different connotations. According to Harold Laswell (1971), “policy sciences are concerned with the knowledge of and in the decision processes of the public and civic order.” Knowledge of decision processes points to the empirical and scientific understanding of the ho ... Read »


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    • Dog-whistle politics

    • Dog-whistle politics is political messaging employing coded language that appears to mean one thing to the general population but has an additional, different or more specific resonance for a targeted subgroup. The phrase is often used as a pejorative because of the inherently deceptive nature of the practice and becau ... Read »


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    • The Engineering of Consent

    • "The Engineering of Consent" is an essay by Edward Bernays first published in 1947, and a book he published in 1955. In his own words, Bernays describes engineering consent as "use of an engineering approach—that is, action based only on thorough knowledge of the situation and on the application of scientific ... Read »


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    • Four Minute Men

    • The Four Minute Men were a group of volunteers authorized by United States President Woodrow Wilson, to give four-minute speeches on topics given to them by The Committee on Public Information. In 1917-1918, around 7,555,190 speeches were given in 5,200 communities. The topics dealt with the American war effort in the ... Read »


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    • Government platform

    • A government platform is a political platform of a government. A new government, when entering office, lists their objectives to be accomplished while in office. Government platforms are especially important in coalition governments, where several parties with possibly conflicting political platforms agree on a compro ... Read »


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    • Guerrilla theatre

    • Guerrilla theatre, generally rendered "guerrilla theater" in the US, is a form of guerrilla communication originated in 1965 by the San Francisco Mime Troupe, who, in spirit of the Che Guevara writings from which the term guerrilla is taken, engaged in performances in public places committed to "revolutionary sociopoli ... Read »


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    • Heart of Europe Debating Tournament

    • The Heart of Europe International Debating Tournament (HOE DT) is an annual debating tournament for high school-level teams which is held in English. The Heart of Europe Debating Tournament is a WSDC (World Schools Debating Championships) based international debate tournament founded by John L. Wickham and the stu ... Read »


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    • Issue advocacy ads

    • Issue advocacy ads (also known as interest advocacy ads or issue only ads) are communications intended to bring awareness to a certain problem. Groups that sponsor this form of communication are known by several names including: interest advocacy group, issue advocacy group, issue only group, or special interest group. ... Read »


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    • Kinetic military action

    • Kinetic military action is a euphemism for military action involving active warfare, usually including lethal force. "Kinetic" was used as a retronymic euphemism for military action in Bush at War, a 2002 book by Bob Woodward. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld used the words "kinetic" and "non-kinetic" all the time. Th ... Read »


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    • List of United States political catchphrases

    • The following is a chronological list of political catchphrases throughout the history of the United States government. This is not necessarily a list of historical quotes, but phrases that have been commonly referenced or repeated within various political contexts. ... Read »


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    • Mass media and American politics

    • Mass media and American politics covers the role of newspapers, magazines, radio, television, and social media from the colonial era to the present. The first newspapers appeared in major port cities such as Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and Charleston in order to provide merchants with the latest trade news. Th ... Read »


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    • David S. Muir

    • David S. Muir (born 4 January 1971) is a Scottish marketing and political communications professional. He was Director of Political Strategy for British Prime Minister Gordon Brown between 2008 and 2010. Muir was born in Falkirk and attended his local comprehensive Falkirk High School. In 1988 attended the Univers ... Read »


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    • Music and politics

    • The connection between music and politics, particularly political expression in song, has been seen in many cultures. Although music influences political movements and rituals, it is not clear how or to what extent general audiences relate to music on a political level. Music can express anti-establishment or protest t ... Read »


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    • Official statistics

    • Official statistics are statistics published by government agencies or other public bodies such as international organizations as a public good. They provide quantitative or qualitative information on all major areas of citizens' lives, such as economic and social development, living conditions,health,education, and th ... Read »


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    • Outrage factor

    • In public policy, outrage factor is public opposition to a policy that is not based on the knowledge of the technical details. The term "outrage factor" originates from Peter Sandman's 1993 book, Responding to Community Outrage: Strategies for Effective Risk Communication. "Outrage factors" are the emotional factors t ... Read »


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    • Overview of 21st-century propaganda

    • Since the end of the 20th century, propaganda has evolved significantly. Today's propaganda is characterised by psych-ops and disinformation, whereas a few decades ago it was dominated by posters and simple films. This article delineates propaganda usage in the 21st century. In the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan, p ... Read »


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    • List of political party symbols

    • This is a partial list of symbols and labels used by political parties and groups around the world. Some symbols are associated with a worldwide ideology or movement, and used by many different parties that support that ideology. Other are country-specific. ... Read »


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    • Party platform

    • A political party platform or platform is a formal set of principal goals which are supported by a political party or individual candidate, in order to appeal to the general public, for the ultimate purpose of garnering the general public's support and votes about complicated topics or issues. "Plank" is the term often ... Read »


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    • Policy by press release

    • Policy by press release refers to the act of attempting to influence public policy through press releases intended to alarm the public into demanding action from their elected officials. In modern times, the term is used to dismiss an opponent's claims, suggesting the arguments are lacking in substance, and are created ... Read »


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    • Party political broadcast

    • A party political broadcast (also known, in pre-election campaigning periods, as a party election broadcast) is a television or radio broadcast made by a political party. In the United Kingdom the Communications Act 2003 prohibits political advertising on television or radio; parties are instead allocated broadcast sl ... Read »


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    • List of political catchphrases

    • The following is a list of political catchphrases, that is, distinctive statements uttered by political figures that have gone on to become well known. Catchphrases may originate as political slogans, as portions of prepared speeches, or from spontaneous utterances, including gaffes. Most catchphrases are in the form ... Read »


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    • Political T-shirt

    • A political T-shirt is a T-shirt that has a political slogan or image printed on it and which is intended to convey a political message. Katharine Hamnett revived the use of such shirts in 1984. ... Read »


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    • Politico-media complex

    • The politico-media complex (PMC, also referred to as the political-media complex) is a name that has been given to the close, systematized, symbiotic-like network of relationships between a state's political and ruling classes, its media industry, and any interactions with or dependencies upon interest groups with othe ... Read »


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    • Position paper

    • A position paper is an essay that presents an opinion about an issue – typically that of the author or some specified entity. Position papers are published in academia, in politics, in law and other domains. A position paper presents an arguable opinion about an issue. The goal of a position paper is to convince t ... Read »


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    • Propaganda

    • Propaganda is "information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote a political cause or point of view". Propaganda is often associated with the psychological mechanisms of influencing and altering the attitude of a population toward a specific cause, position or political agenda in an effort to fo ... Read »


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    • Satiric misspelling

    • A satiric misspelling is an intentional misspelling of a word, phrase or name for a rhetorical purpose. This is often done by replacing a letter with another letter (for example, k replacing c), or symbol (for example, $ replacing s, @ replacing a, or ¢ replacing c). Satiric misspelling is found particularly in info ... Read »


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    • The She Spot

    • The She Spot

      The She Spot: Why Women are the Market for Changing the World – And How to Reach Them is a 2008 non-fiction book by Lisa Witter and Lisa Chen. The She Spot looks at the impact of women on social change, and focuses on the influence women have had on the world, as well as on volunteering. The book incorporates ... Read »


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    • Social media and political communication in the United States

    • The emergence of social media has changed the way in which political communication takes place in the United States. Political institutions such as politicians, political parties, foundations, institutions, and political think tanks are all using social media, Facebook and Twitter, as a new way of communicating with an ... Read »


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    • Social media in the United States presidential election, 2016

    • Social media played a predominant role in shaping the course of major events leading up to, during, and after the United States presidential election of 2016. It enabled people to have a greater interaction with the political landscape, controversies, and news surrounding the candidates involved. Unlike tradition ... Read »


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    • Political symbolism

    • Political symbolism is symbolism that is used to represent a political standpoint. The symbolism can occur in various media including banners, acronyms, pictures, flags, mottos, and countless more. For example, Red flags have traditionally been flown by socialists, left-wing radicals, and communist groups to represent ... Read »


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    • White power music

    • White power music is music that promotes white nationalism and expresses racism against non-whites. It encompasses various music styles, including pop, rock, country, experimental music, amateur rap and folk. Ethnomusicologist Benjamin R. Teitelbaum argues that white power music "can be defined by lyrics that demonize ... Read »


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