Alexandra Iorgulescu, Paradigm of Propaganda, ILSHS Volume 28, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 28)
    In this analysis of the paradigm of propaganda, we have dealt with only a few of the most relevant characteristics of what we consider to be a “historical experience”, a fact the evolution of which has been the subject of many researches we took into account. There are of course, many other important consequences of the phenomenon itself which it will be dealt with in detail during our informative research.
    Communication, Information, Manipulation, Propaganda