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How does propaganda change our beliefs?

Propaganda is something from the past and definitely not something that influences you, right? Not at all: propaganda is alive and everywhere around us. Dr. Etienne Augé (Erasmus University Rotterdam) explains how you can uncover propaganda.

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Dr. Etienne Augé

Dr. Etienne Augé is a communication researcher at Erasmus University

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