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The Obstacles to Communication Arising from Propaganda Habits

Student World, vol.52 no.4 pp.401-10, 1959


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Resource IDellul1959
Resource titleThe Obstacles to Communication Arising from Propaganda Habits
Author(s)Jacques Ellul
Publication/ sourceStudent World, vol.52 no.4 pp.401-10
Date published 1959
Summary text/ abstractThis article is only concerned with research relating to obstacles, and we shall therefore deal neither with the facilitation of the spread of ideas and information caused by the mass media of communication, nor with the Church's problem of how far it is legitimate to make use of modern techniques of propa­ ganda, publicity, public relations, and psychological influence. These methods are highly developed today in the greater part of the world. It is quite certain that these methods modify man; they do not leave him intact, and consequently they modify the very existence of communication, and conse­ quently again the possibility of evangelism.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Hacktivism, Politics
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