Політико-комунікативні вектори ескалації міжетнічної конфліктно-конфронтаційної інтеракції в Західній Україні (літо-осінь 1941 р.)
Polityczno-komunikacyjne wektory eskalacji interakcji konfliktowo-konfrontacyjnej między etnosami na Ukrainie Zachodniej (lato-jesień 1941 r.).
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The ideological and political strategies and tactics of most numerous Ukrainian and Polish ethno-political movements in the early stage of the Second World War intensified conflict-confrontational character of interethnic communication in the new military-political situation. In particular, model of social order, promoted by OUN (b), stemmed from its members in the formulation of the ideals of the future Ukrainian Independent State, offered to fix full or selective discrimination against other ethnic and political actors in their rights and freedoms , was of distinct extremist orientation, contained elements of populism and, in contemporary military and strategic realities of the deployment of the Second World War clearly showed the political adventurism of ideologues and members of the Bandera movement. We can assert dominance conflict- confrontational discourse vector of Polish-Ukrainian and Ukrainian-Jewish communication through the use of manipulative strategies means of communication technologies advocacy, informational opposition-struggle and technologies forming speeches, rumors based on the analysis of Ukrainian periodicals published in Eastern Galicia and western Volyn’ in the summer-autumn of 1941. This study leads to the reasonable conclusion about the active use of Nazi occupation authorities controlled by Ukrainian periodicals in their own propaganda campaign. The magnitude of the impact of propaganda combined with a broad arsenal of manipulative instrument maintenance and escalation of ethnic conflict interaction in the region outlined in the historical period.
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