Handbook of Conspiracy Theories
The Routledge Handbook of Conspiracy Theories was published on March 6.
This handbook examines where conspiracy theories come from, who believes in them, and what their consequences are. It provides the most comprehensive analysis of phenomenon to date. It analyses conspiracy theories from a variety of perspectives, using both qualitative and quantitative methods. It maps out the key debates, and includes chapters on the historical origins of conspiracy theories, as well as their political significance in a broad range of countries and regions.
This book presents an important resource for students and scholars from a range of disciplines interested in the societal and political impact of conspiracy theories, including AreaStudies, Anthropology, History, Media and Cultural Studies, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology.
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