Murphy’s laws regarding propaganda

What propaganda means to one person might not mean the same to another. FZlix Tremblay, a third-year Concordia journalism student, got a chance to sit down with Concordia University’s executive director of communications, Dennis Murphy to discuss this concept of propaganda.

What’s the definition of propaganda?
First, there is no “the” definition of propaganda. Second, propaganda, in western societies for the last 50 or 60 years, has been equated with a negative phenomenon mainly due to our experience of the second world war. What the enemy does is propaganda. What we do is information or public relations.
That having


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