Agitprop ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Agitprop ( noun )

Political propaganda, especially that used by communists, presented in the form of art, literature, or drama.

Origin:

From the russian words "agitatsiya" meaning agitation, and "propaganda" meaning the spread of ideas or information to promote a cause.

Examples:

  1. The play was agitprop, designed to promote the ideals of the communist party.
  2. The movie was an example of agitprop, designed to influence public opinion.
  3. The agitprop posters were used to promote the party's ideas and ideologies.
  4. Agitprop was an important tool of Soviet propaganda, used to mobilize the masses.
  5. The agitprop campaign was designed to gain support for the revolution.

(As a verb)

Agitprop ( verb )

Political propaganda, especially that used by communists, presented in the form of art, literature, or drama.

Origin:

From the russian words "agitatsiya" meaning agitation, and "propaganda" meaning the spread of ideas or information to promote a cause.

Examples:

  1. The play was agitprop, designed to promote the ideals of the communist party.
  2. The movie was an example of agitprop, designed to influence public opinion.
  3. The agitprop posters were used to promote the party's ideas and ideologies.
  4. Agitprop was an important tool of Soviet propaganda, used to mobilize the masses.
  5. The agitprop campaign was designed to gain support for the revolution.
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