The SAGE Handbook of Propaganda

Editors: Baines, Paul, O'Shaughnessy, Nicholas and Snow, Nancy
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Sage UK

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-52-645998-5
Category: Social Sciences - Media & Communications
Image Count: 30
Book Status: Available
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The SAGE Handbook of Propaganda tells a radical new story about propaganda, fake news and information warfare and their toxic impact on the communications revolution of the past twenty years. It explains how propaganda invades the human psyche, in what ways it does so, and in what contexts.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures and Tables
  • Notes on the Editors and Contributors
  • Introduction - Paul Baines, Nicholas O'Shaughnessy and Nancy Snow
  • Part I: Concepts, Precepts and Techniques in Propaganda Research
  • 1. Propaganda of the Deed and Its Anarchist Origins - Neville Bolt
  • 2. Atrocity Propaganda in Australia and Great Britain During the First World War - Emily Robertson
  • 3. Strategic Narratives and War Propaganda - Thomas Colley
  • 4. From Disinformation to Fake News: Forwards into the Past - Nicholas O'Shaughnessy
  • 5. Post-Truth and the Changing Information Environment - Ignas Kalpokas
  • 6. The Audience is the Amplifier: Participatory Propaganda - Alicia Wanless and Michael Berk
  • 7. Computational Propaganda and the Rise of the Fake Audience - Aaron Delwiche
  • 8. Visual Propaganda and Social Media - Hyunjin Seo
  • 9. Public Relations and Corporate Propaganda - Jordi Xifra
  • Part II: Methodological Approaches in Propaganda Research
  • 10. Rhetorical Methods and Metaphor in Viral Propaganda - Chris Miles
  • 11. Content Analysis and the Examination of Digital Propaganda on Social Media - Darren Lilleker and Paweł Surowiec
  • 12. Character Assassination as Modus Operandi of Soviet Propaganda - Sergei A. Samoilenko and Margarita Karnysheva
  • 13. Assessing Propaganda Effectiveness in North Korea: A Limited Access Case Study - Efe Sevin, Kadir Jun Ayhan, Won Yong Jang, and Hyelim Lee
  • 14. Towards the Measurement of Islamist Propaganda Effectiveness: A Marketing Perspective - Paul Baines and Nicholas O'Shaughnessy
  • Part III: Tools and Techniques in Counter-Propaganda research
  • 15. Propaganda and Disinformation: How a Historical Perspective Aids Critical Response Development - Gill Bennett
  • 16. Atrocities, Investigations and Propaganda: Lessons from World War I - Ewan Lawson
  • 17. Countering Hamas and Hezbollah Propaganda - Ron Schleifer
  • 18. Defending against Russian Propaganda - Christopher Paul and Miriam Matthews
  • 19. Fighting and Framing Fake News - Maria Haigh and Thomas Haigh
  • 20. Measuring the Unmeasurable: Evaluating the Effectiveness of US Strategic Counterterrorism Communications - Alberto M. Fernandez
  • 21. Countering the Fear in Propaganda - Paul Baines and Nigel Jones
  • 22. Peace Marketing as Counter Propaganda? Towards a Methodology - Dianne Dean and Haseeb Shabbir
  • Part IV: Propaganda in Context
  • 23. Propaganda and Information Operations in Southeast Asia: Constructing Colonialism and Its Antithesis, Statehood and Peaceful Ambiguity - Alan Chong
  • 24. The Construction of the Chinese Dream - Chung-Min Tsai
  • 25. Darkness and Light: Media, Propaganda, and Politics in Japan - Nancy Snow
  • 26. Syria: Propaganda as a Tool in the Arsenal of Information Warfare - Greg Simons
  • 27. Cold War Propaganda in Civil War Greece, 1946–1949: From State of Emergency to Normalization - Zinovia Lialiouti
  • 28. Propaganda and Populist Communication in Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela - Daniel Aguirre and Caroline Avila
  • 29. Evaluating Putin's Propaganda Performance 2000–2018: Stagecraft as Statecraft - Tina Burrett
  • 30. Trumpaganda: The War on Facts, Press, and Democracy - Mira Sotirovic
  • 31. LeaveEU: Dark Money, Dark Ads and Data Crimes - Emma L Briant
  • 32. ISIS Female Recruits: The Alluring Propaganda Promises - Louisa Tarras-Wahlberg
  • 33. IS's Strategic Communication Tactics - Charlie Winter and Craig Whiteside
  • 34. The Evolution of Terrorist Propaganda in Cyberspace - Gabriel Weimann