What is propaganda?
What is the definition of propaganda, and what are some examples of situations involving propaganda? The examples can be real or hypothetical.
Intentionally deceiving when presenting an issue, such as an oil company claiming global warming is a hoax, or a religious organization downplaying the importance of modern psychological discoveries when it comes to homosexuality. It is usually a concerted effort to convince the larger public.
That's my rough definition.
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