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The Influence Of American Political And Media Elites On The Transformation Of The Value System Of American Society Towards Post-Marxism In 2001-2020

Student: Ivan Voznesenskiy

Supervisor: Anna Tarasenko

Faculty: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Educational Programme: Political Science and World Politics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

Annotation This paper examines certain channels of influence through which specific political and media elites in the United States influenced the change in the social values of Americans towards post-Marxism, as well as the semantic patterns that they used. After identification of the increasing ideological influence of certain elites in 2015-2016 and 2020, we analyzed the case of Cook Ross diversity courses for public service employees, the case of Cartoon Network's "The Crystal Gems Say Be Anti-Racist" cartoon series, and the content of 8 of the largest online media outlets in the United States for post-Marxist narratives. In all cases, these meanings were found, but they differed in the messages and terminology used.

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