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Public opinion in Soviet Russia, a study in mass persuasion.

Alex Inkeles

Public opinion in Soviet Russia, a study in mass persuasion.

by Alex Inkeles

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public opinion -- Russia,
  • Kommunisticheskaia partii︠a︡ Sovetskogo Soi︠u︡za -- Party work

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [355]-364.

    SeriesRussian Research Center studies -- 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM263 I52
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 379 p.
    Number of Pages379
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14656754M

    However, she never addresses the other data from the same study which point to success in building inimical views of the West and positive views of the Soviet Union. Split Signals, , p. For some thoughtful analysis on the impact of Soviet propaganda, see White, Political Culture, , pp. –: Jonathan A. Becker. Ellen Mickiewicz (Ph.D., Political Science, Yale) is the James R. Shepley Emeritus Professor of Public Policy and Political Science. Her work on media and society compares Russian and American attitudes toward news and questions of media and society in authoritarian systems.

    Propaganda And Mass Persuasion – A Historical Encyclopedia, To The Present by Nicholas J. Cull, David Culbert & David Welch is broad surveying of a large portion of the propaganda that has historically taken place the last five centuries or so. For the record, the book has many other contributors than the ones listed by: Communist propaganda in the Soviet Union was extensively based on the Marxist–Leninist ideology to promote the Communist Party line. Propaganda was one of the many ways the Soviet Union tried to control its citizens. In the Stalin era, it penetrated even social and natural sciences giving rise to the pseudo-scientific theory of Lysenkoism, whereas fields of real knowledge, as genetics.

      A definition from the Great Soviet Encyclopedia called it the “dissemination (in the press, on the radio, etc.) of false reports intended to mislead public opinion” and suggested that the. The course of work that begins with Can Democracy Take Root in Post-Soviet Russia? will illuminate many interesting questions. Indeed, it already has since the book contains engaging enquiries into aspects of Russian political culture (Bova), the use of opinion surveys to study Russia (Ahl & Fleron, Reisinger), and the twists and turns of state Format: Hardcover.


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At the same time, it should be recognized that this book is not an analysis of Soviet public opinion as such. PUBLIC OPINION IN SOVIET RUSSIA A study in Mass Persuasion. *Russian Research Ce [Alex Inkeles] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: In English. Description: xviii, pages diagrams 22 cm. Contents: Frontmatter --FOREWORD --AUTHOR'S PREFACE --Contents THE STUDY OF MASS COMMUNICATION LENINIST THEORY AND PUBLIC OPINION THE ADMINISTRATION OF PROPAGANDA AND AGITATION COMMUNIST PROPAGANDA: THE SCHOOLING OF OPINION.

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Public opinion in Soviet Russia: a study in mass persuasion. [Alex Inkeles]. Alex Inkeles has 32 books on Goodreads with ratings. Alex Inkeles’s most popular book is Public Opinion in Soviet Russia: A Study in Mass Persuasion. the study of mass communication; 2. leninist theory and public opinion; 3.

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the development of oral agitation policy; 8. oral agitation and the soviet system; 9. 3 For an excellent study of the Nazi propaganda apparatus, see David Welch, The Third Reich: Politics and Propaganda (New York: Routledge, ). 4 The classic studies are Alex Inkeles, Public Opinion in Soviet Russia: A Study in Mass Persuasion (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ) and Peter Kenez, The Birth of the.

ABSTRACTRussia, as many contemporary states, takes public diplomacy seriously. Since the inception of its English language TV network Russia Today in (now ‘RT’), the Russian government has broadened its operations to include Sputnik news websites in several languages and social media activities.

Moscow, however, has also been accused of engaging in covert influence Cited by:   The interplay between media, society and politics in the USSR and Russia was the focus of From Glasnost to Freedom of Speech, a study for the international affairs thinktank Chatham : Alban Webb.

Using Britain's relations with Soviet Russia as a focus for a re-examination of Britain's dealings with Germany and Japan, this book shows that these tools were inadequate to deal with the physical and ideological threats posed by Bolshevism, fascism, Nazism and Japanese by: of Taylor's book, however, should perhaps have been qualified, in that where-as the role that manipulation of public opinion plays in modern politics is still not fully appreciated, even within supposedly media-sophisticated societies, the study of propaganda history is now a growing area of scholarly investiga-tion.

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Public Opinion in Soviet Russia: A Study in Mass Persuasion. Alex Inkeles. Published by Harvard University Press () Used. Dezinformatsia: Active Measures in Soviet Strategy (and a later edition published as Dezinformatsia: The Strategy of Soviet Disinformation) is a non-fiction book about disinformation and information warfare used by the KGB during the Soviet Union period, as part of their active measures tactics.

The book was co-authored by Richard H. Shultz, professor of international politics at Tufts Genre: non-fiction. The purpose of this study was to examine Russian-language content on social media and the broader propaganda threat posed to the region of former Soviet states that include Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, and, to a lesser extent, Moldova and Belarus.

In addition to employing a state-funded multilingual television (TV) network, operating vari.Inkeles, in his book, Public Opinion in Soviet Russia, analyzed “the structure and functioning” of Soviet media and showed “the extent to which the Soviet regime relied on persuasion.”15 In the book, Factory and Manager in the USSR, economist Joseph Berliner demonstrated the centralityAuthor: Marianna Portniagina.Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) (Russian: Всероссийский центр изучения общественного мнения – ВЦИОМ, tr.

Vsyerossiǐskiǐ tsentr izučenija obščestvennogo mnenija – VTsIOM), established inknown as the "All-Union Center for the Study of Public Opinion" untilis the oldest polling institution in post-Soviet Russia.