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POLITICAL MANIPULATION IN THE SYSTEM OF POWER RELATIONS IN THE «PRE-DIGITAL» AND «DIGITAL» ERA: STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM.

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  • MAMYCHEV, ALEXEY YURIEVICH1 mamychev@yandex.ru
    MORDOVTSEV, ANDREY YURIEVICH2,3 aum.07@mail.ru
    SIMONYAN, KRISTINA ROMANOVNA4 kristina.simonyan.92@bk.ru
  • Journal of Law & Political Sciences. Jan2022, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p404-427. 24p.
  • Article
  • The article presents the essence and functional aspects of political manipulation in traditional and modernization space. The authors pay attention to different variants of conceptualization of this phenomenon, distinguish its theoretical, historical and technological dimension. The work shows the close correlation of the study of political manipulation with the branching of ideas in the field of philosophical, political science and legal comprehension of the social sphere. Particular attention is paid to the specifics and technologies of political manipulation under the conditions of digitalization of Russian and international political space, which entailed radical qualitative changes in this area of ideological and other influences on the mass political consciousness. The authors substantiate that in the digital era of development of socio-political interaction, the phenomenon of «manipulation» is qualitatively complicated and transformed both semantically and technologically. The content of the research proves that political manipulation becomes total and systemic, because the society has not yet formed adequate sociopolitical and legal forms of prevention and counteraction to this phenomenon, and the available theoretical-methodological and praxiological tools do not grasp a number of ontological and technological manifestations of digital political manipulation, which makes the latter extremely elusive. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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digital political space
end-to-end digital technologies
masses
methodology
political behavior
political consciousness
Political manipulation
political processes
power elites
power relations
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1Doctor habil. in political science, Phd in legal science- Professor of the Department of Russian Politics-Lomonosov Moscow State University.
2Doctor of jurisprudence, professor-Professor of department of the theory and history of the right and states Rostov branch Russian-State University of justice.
3Professor departments of the theory of the state and right Rostov institute-All-Russian State University of justice.
4Lecturer of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law, -Kuban State University.
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