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by David W. Benn

  • ISBN: 0631156399
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: David W. Benn
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Other formats: lit lrf lrf txt
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackwell Pub (August 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 300 pages
  • FB2 size: 1175 kb
  • EPUB size: 1740 kb
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Persuasion and Soviet politics. Communication in politics - Soviet Union, Persuasion (Psychology), Propaganda, Communist - Soviet Union, Public opinion - Soviet Union, Soviet Union - Politics and government - 1953-1985, Soviet Union - Politics and government - 1982-. Oxford ; New York, NY : B. Blackwell. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books.

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This book should be of interest to political psychology, attitudes, persuasion, or social cognition, courses in psychology, also appropriate for political behaviour and public opinion in departments of political science and the persuasion course i. .

This book should be of interest to political psychology, attitudes, persuasion, or social cognition, courses in psychology, also appropriate for political behaviour and public opinion in departments of political science and the persuasion course in communications.

His book Persuasion and Soviet Politics (1989) broke new . David’s appetite for the study of politics never ceased and he continued to work up until his death on an as-yet-unpublished examination of the future of socialism. David was born into politics

His book Persuasion and Soviet Politics (1989) broke new ground in illuminating the role of propaganda in Soviet history. 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 House. David was born into politics. His mother, Margaret, a theologian and activist, was the daughter of the Liberal MP Daniel Holmes.

Two books have grown out of it. The present one deals principally with Soviet politics - including the recent . It is self-contained and is particularly suitable for students reading politics, political sociology, history and Soviet studies. The present one deals principally with Soviet politics - including the recent history of Russia and the fundamental ideas of Marxist-Leninist thought. The second book, Soviet Economy and Society, greatly expands my earlier work on such topics as class, social stratification, the family, nationalities, religion, education, and economic planning and performance

For information about the government, see Government of the Soviet Union

For information about the government, see Government of the Soviet Union. The political system of the Soviet Union took place in a single-party socialist republic framework which was characterized by the superior role of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), the only party permitted by the Constitution.

David Wedgwood Benn worked for many years in the BBC World Service .

David Wedgwood Benn worked for many years in the BBC World Service, where he eventually became head of its Yugoslav section. He is the author of Persuasion and Soviet Politics (1989), an historical study of the Soviet approach to communication, and has also written on Soviet affairs in The World Today, Soviet Studies, the Journal of Communist Studies, International Affairs and other journals. He first visited the USSR in 1955 and most recently in 1991. Mary Buckley is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

Looks at the history of Soviet attitudes toward propaganda, explains how the government attempted to use it, and explains the reforms of glasnost

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