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Understanding conspiracy theories

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'Rather than getting angry at what we see as an outbreak of mass irrationality, a more constructive approach would be to see these conspiratorial narratives as evidence of broader concerns.'

Dr David Roberston, Lecturer in Religious Studies at The Open University, writes for the Religion Media Centre (published 24 March, 2020). His article explores what conspiracy theories tell us about the problems in our society.

Read the full article published by the Religion Media Centre

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