Territorial differences in the attitudes to the migration crisis in Germany: The political aspect
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The features of using manipulative techniques to influence public opinion (based on the materials of the US presidential campaign of 2012)
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Soskina S., Sur E.
language manipulation, election campaign, public opinion, consciousness, discourse.
The methods of manipulative influence on the addressee aimed at creating a positive image: the case of 2012 presidential election campaign
This article deals with the problem of public opinion manipulation through creating a positive image. Special emphasis is given to the description of the manipulative technique. The research is based on the texts of the 2012 Russian presidential election campaign.
1. Кара-Мурза С. Г. ...
The image of modern Russian innovations in the Danish mass media
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history of Denmark, public opinion, stereotypes, innovations