social studies propaganda definition?
What is the social studies DEFTITION for a KID NOT of the WIKIPEDIA ......Thank YOU
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
In social studies, propaganda refers to to the unfair use of media and communications technology by a state for promoting their schemes or programs of political and social development. The main point is the 'unfair use' of media, since it means that the state is deliberately using the resources available for itself to mislead citizens.
- 5 years ago
Social studies IS propaganda. there is no such real academic discipline as "social studies". There is the study of history, study of geography, and various special areas of both. Social studies, by its nature, only lends itself to the promotion of whatever agenda its teachers or promoters are inclined to support.
- 6 years ago
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