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Propaganda as Signaling

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Propaganda as Signaling

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Propaganda as Signaling

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Propaganda as Signaling

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City University of New York

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Comparative politics, 2015, Vol.47 (4), p.419-444

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Why do authoritarian governments engage in propaganda when citizens often know that their governments are propagandizing and therefore resist or ignore the messages? This article proposes that propaganda often is not used for indoctrination of pro-regime values and attitudes, as is
traditionally understood, but rather to signal the government's...

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0010-4159

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2151-6227

DOI

10.5129/001041515816103220

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