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How Propaganda Manipulates Emotion to Fuel Nationalism: Experimental Evidence from China

Event Details

Date
Friday, September 18, 2020
Time
12-1:15 p.m.
Location
Description
Daniel Mattingly of Yale University will discuss his research with Elaine Yao of Princeton University, including experiments in which they exposed over 6,800 respondents in China to propaganda videos drawn from state-run newscasts, television dramas, and state-backed social media accounts, each containing nationalist messages favored by the Chinese Communist Party. Passcode 167799, Meeting ID 939 7424 5095
Political Science Models and Data (MAD) group & La Follette School of Public Affairs
Cost
Free

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