Translation of agitprop in Spanish:


propaganda política, n.

Pronunciation /ˈædʒətˌprɑp/ /ˈadʒɪtprɒp/ /ˈaɡɪtprɒp/


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    propaganda política feminine
    • It happened in Eastern Europe during the Cold War, where the BBC and Radio Free Europe - aided by rock and roll - proved more powerful than communist state agitprop.
    • Please refer all complaints, communist manifestos, Jeffersonian agitprop, and bills to this address.
    • Beijing this winter is festooned with orange banners and billboards that look like Communist agitprop.
    • It is entirely unsurprising that fringe groups with intense ideological commitments will engage in propaganda and agitprop journalism, happily distorting the facts to promote their cause.
    • Your work tends not to employ direct political messages - it's not agitprop.
    • His targets include politics and religion, but it is not a political play in any agitprop sense.
    • Indeed, TV agitprop from the period shows how backing for the war was won ideologically - through the fear of the evils of Communism during the Cold War, and through the jingoism towards a ‘people who live out there’.
    • When a new generation became radicalised in the 1960s and 1970s theatre changed dramatically, with Joan Littlewood's Theatre Workshop in east London and agitprop theatre groups like CAST.
    • ‘News’ is often more agitprop or tabloid than topical.
    • But the plot is never subordinated to rhetorical analysis, and rightly so - art needn't be agitprop to enrich our understanding of the world and its injustices.
    • ‘Political’ drama has, for 20 years, been tainted by memories of 1970s agitprop.
    • If you're going to do agitprop you have to be incredibly focused.
    • Of course, he is in no way obligated to provide solutions, else the play be nothing but a piece of agitprop with an in-your-face agenda.
    • If it sounds like agitprop, then I'm not doing it justice.
    • This is unashamedly agitprop, but there is a missed opportunity.
    • Outgrowing the constraints of the street and agitprop meant that they started to really work.
    • It could be argued that this apocalyptic novel is a ghost story, science fiction, transcendental cult fiction, anti-military agitprop or new-age fantasy - it is all of these and more.
    • Erm… is Pete suggesting that documentaries have less influence on politics and public opinion than agitprop singers?
    • This last point is crucial because Hare avoids the trap of agitprop by cannily subverting the play's anti-war bias.