Populism and the impact of technology in persuasive propaganda

Rituparna Banerjee
The recent years have exceedingly witnessed an ascent of leaders and movements world-wide that ostensibly reflect a certain ‘populist’ sentiment. In this connection, the world’s transforming political landscape has, in the past two decades, seen populist parties constitute parliaments based on an anti-elite, anti-corruption rhetoric – a new form of what is supposedly democracy. The rush towards energetic authoritarian ‘solutions’, purportedly people-centric, demonstrate wide ranging consequences from war (Russia, Turkey); ethno-religious ‘purification’ (India, Hungary, Myanmar);...
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