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Spiral of Silence Theory

Spiral of Silence Theory

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Published by: Waqas Mahmood on May 12, 2012
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 Definition.
 Explanation.
 Metatheoretical  Assumptions.
Critique.
 Ideas & Implications.
 Advantages & Disadvantages.
 Examples.
 
 Definition
The one view dominated the public scene andothers disappeared from the public awareness as itadherents became silent. In other words, thepeople fear of separation or isolation those aroundthem, they tend to keep their attitudes tothemselves when they think they are in theminority. This process is called
“Spiral
of Silence
.
 
 Explanation
Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann is theGerman political scientist. Shecontributes the famous modelcalled
“Spiral
of 
Silence”
. Throughthis Spiral of Silence theoryNeumann indirectly explains theJews status during World War IIunder
Nazi’s
control
.
Adolf Hitlerdominated the whole society andthe minority Jews became silentdue to the fear of isolation orseparation.
Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann(1916
 –
2010)

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