Approach of concepts of public opinion, communication and information

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The general accepted definition of public opinion is that it can describe the attitudes held by a significant number of people on matters of government and politics, thus public opinion plays an important role in the political sphere.


Coordinated by Manuel Gertrudix & Rubén Arcos Martín 

Written by Mihaela Teodor 

Edited by Claudia Martin Carnerero-Lara

Visual Identity by Juan Romero Luis

2.2.1. - MOOC Strategic Communication to Counter Security Threats in the Disinformation Era. CRESCEnt Project 2018-1-RO01-KA202-049449. Co-funded by the Erasmus+ - European Union - crescentproject.eu MOOC coordinator: ciberimaginario.es

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