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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.||URI:||http://ktisis.cut.ac.cy/handle/10488/12996||ISSN:||1720-5298-20||Type:||Article|
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