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Media Manipulation in Modern American and British Press.

  • Academic Journal
  • Levitskaya, Anastasia1 a.levitskaya@tmei.ru
  • Media Education. 2022, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p259-265. 7p.
  • Article
  • In the course of the study, the author of this article analyzed 87 articles from American and British newspapers relating to the "Russian topic". As a result, only 3 of them contained objective information, not "packaged into" manipulative techniques. Thus, approximately 96 % of articles in the American and British press somehow contained signs of manipulation and propaganda clichés. In the analysis of articles in the American and British press, the author uses the filtering of information (reasoned highlighting of true and false in media texts, clearing information from "glitter" and "labels" by comparing with actual facts, etc.; removing the halo from information's "typicality", deconstructing simplification, appeal to authority techniques; a critical analysis of the goals, interests of the information agency, i.e. the source of the information. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Additional Information
analysis
fake news
ideology
media
media manipulation
media studies
press
propaganda
Russia
USA
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1Taganrog Institute of Management and Economics, Russian Federation.
1994-4160
10.13187/me.2022.2.259
157533137

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