addition, we tested whether political regime could explain differences in the abnormal FDI that host countries experience. Using University of Oxford data for the period 1960–2017 ( Our World in Data, 2020 ), we classified the political regimes of our sampled countries into four groups (i.e., 0 for closed
Kaveepong Lertwachara, Jittima Tongurai, and Pattana Boonchoo
Ludovic Birot, Christophe Pecout, and Coyte Cooper
The aim of this study was to analyze the cinema news produced during the German occupation of France (1940–1944) to better understand how information and news about sports were used to disseminate propaganda. Sports held a much bigger place in the cinema news of that time than in today’s televised news. Given the keen interest in sports information shown by the Nazi propagandists, the authors sought to determine how competitive sports and, more broadly, athletic practices were used by the German Reich and the Vichy government to advance propagandist goals. They found that sports information was presented in 2 manners. For spectator sports, a strategy of news “screening” was used to prevent unwanted images from national and international competitive matches from being seen. For the sports practiced by the French population, films dealing with these sports were made. Both types of documentary film were found to have propagandist goals, with images manipulated to change the population’s lifestyles to better serve the political regime in place.
Diego Monteiro Gutierrez, Marco Antonio Bettine de Almeida, Gustavo Luis Gutierrez, Zack P. Pedersen, and Antonio S. Williams
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