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    STUDIA PHILOLOGIA - Issue no. 4 / 2005  

  Abstract:  Although it is not one of the favorite subjects for analysis, propaganda language can be placed with justification in the area of confuse communication, next to manifestations of mass-media, advertising, marketing, etc. This area deserves a more profound investigation in order to understand how propaganda language (as a subsystem of natural language) functions and what its structure is. Here we will try to take a first step in that direction.  
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