Beyond belief: the social psychology of conspiracy theories and the study of ideology
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The chapter revisits Michael Billig’s writing on conspiracy theories, as featured in the book Fascists: A social psychological view of the National Front (1978) and a number of other works published in the 1980s. In spite of its originality and continuing relevance, Bil... View more
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