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De Vooght, Edward. “Post-Truth, Postmodernism and Rhetoric : How Kenneth Burke Helps Us Understand False Narratives.” ICA Preconference 2022, Post-Truth and Affective Publics’ Challenges to Social Ties : Disinformation, Populism, Data-Driven Propaganda, Abstracts, 2022.
APA
De Vooght, E. (2022). Post-truth, postmodernism and rhetoric : how Kenneth Burke helps us understand false narratives. ICA Preconference 2022, Post-Truth and Affective Publics’ Challenges to Social Ties : Disinformation, Populism, Data-Driven Propaganda, Abstracts. Presented at the 72nd ICA preconference: Post-Truth and Affective Publics’ Challenges to Social Ties, Metz, France.
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De Vooght, Edward. 2022. “Post-Truth, Postmodernism and Rhetoric : How Kenneth Burke Helps Us Understand False Narratives.” In ICA Preconference 2022, Post-Truth and Affective Publics’ Challenges to Social Ties : Disinformation, Populism, Data-Driven Propaganda, Abstracts.
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De Vooght, Edward. 2022. “Post-Truth, Postmodernism and Rhetoric : How Kenneth Burke Helps Us Understand False Narratives.” In ICA Preconference 2022, Post-Truth and Affective Publics’ Challenges to Social Ties : Disinformation, Populism, Data-Driven Propaganda, Abstracts.
Vancouver
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De Vooght E. Post-truth, postmodernism and rhetoric : how Kenneth Burke helps us understand false narratives. In: ICA preconference 2022, Post-truth and affective publics’ challenges to social ties : disinformation, populism, data-driven propaganda, Abstracts. 2022.
IEEE
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E. De Vooght, “Post-truth, postmodernism and rhetoric : how Kenneth Burke helps us understand false narratives,” in ICA preconference 2022, Post-truth and affective publics’ challenges to social ties : disinformation, populism, data-driven propaganda, Abstracts, Metz, France, 2022.
@inproceedings{8755770,
  author       = {{De Vooght, Edward}},
  booktitle    = {{ICA preconference 2022, Post-truth and affective publics’ challenges to social ties : disinformation, populism, data-driven propaganda, Abstracts}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Metz, France}},
  title        = {{Post-truth, postmodernism and rhetoric : how Kenneth Burke helps us understand false narratives}},
  url          = {{http://crem.univ-lorraine.fr/recherche/appels-a-contributions/ica-preconference-2022-post-truth-and-affective-publics-challenges}},
  year         = {{2022}},
}