What is “propaganda”? Is it bad, good, or neutral? Who does it? Is it what “the other guy” does but you don’t?
Is something “propaganda” because of its content, delivery, audience, intent, effect, all the above or none of the above?
I’m interested in your thoughts. Next week I’ll post one – possibly two – proposed revisions to the definition of propaganda to continue this discussion.
- Defining Public Diplomacy
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- News or Propaganda? originally published in Time magazine, January 28, 1946
- Research topic on Public Diplomacy and Strategic Communication