The main effort of Russian propaganda language is to give the impression that there is still no war

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Alexandra Arkhipova, photo from Teplitsa, used with permission. AnthropologistAleksandra Arkhipova studies contemporary Russian folklore, such as the fears and rumors associated with the war in Ukraine, as well as the media language used by the state propaganda in Russia to manipulate citizens. With the permission of Teplitsa, an independent media outlet about activism, we publish a shortened transcript of her presentation at the “Internet without Borders” conference. We very often talk about the fact that terrible propaganda is working in Russia now, and this propaganda affects people through…

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