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Title: Cyprus and Conspiracy Theories after the Troika Levy in 2013
Authors: Zantides, Evripides 
Keywords: Conspiracy theories;Cyprus 2013;Financial crisis;Troika levy
Category: Sociology
Field: Social Sciences
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: Lexia - Segreteria scientifica e organizzativa
Source: Lexia. Journal of Semiotics, 2016, Volume 23-24, Pages 245-254
Journal: Lexia 
Abstract: Conspiracy theories have many different forms and have been observed in a wide variety of different countries and cultures. Many significant political and social events have been shown to co-occur with conspiracy theories and various studies suggest that people are likely to endorse and define them for a number of reasons. The article aims to discuss how and why these speculations seem plausible to some people. It focuses on conspiracy theories related to the 2013 Cyprus Financial Crisis.
ISSN: 1720-5298-20
Type: Article
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