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September 07, 2014

The Science of Conspiracy Theory
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Why are conspiracies are so popular in North American culture? Why doesn't the media take them seriously? And do they play a role in our society? Plus, real life paranormal encounters.
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The Conspiracy Show: Science of Conspiracy Theory

Political scientist and university professor Joseph Uscinski discusses why conspiracies are so popular in North American culture, how they're treated in the mainstream media, and the important role conspiracy theory plays in society. He'll also discuss the history of conspiracy theories, particularly in the United States; and a series of experiments he conducted with students involving conspiracy theories.
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The Conspiracy Show: Real Life Paranormal Encounters

Veteran paranormal investigator and author Joshua Warren presents a wide variety of weird and spooky tales about hosts, UFOs, cryptids, angels, demons, ESP, inter dimensional contact, and more.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Joseph Uscinski
Joseph Uscinski received his bachelor's degree from Plymouth State University, his Master's from University of New Hampshire, and his Doctorate from University of Arizona. His research has appeared in many scholarly journals and outlets. His first book, The People's News: Media, Politics, and the Demands of Capitalism addresses how audience demands drive news content. His most recent book, American Conspiracy Theories, addresses why people do or don't believe in conspiracy theories in America. He is currently associate professor of political science at University of Miami.

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Joshua P. Warren
Joshua P. Warren was born in Asheville, North Carolina. He published his first book at the age of 14. Since then, he has published more than a dozen books and has appeared on the Travel Channel, History Channel, National Geographic, Discovery, and many more networks. A popular public speaker, Warren has featured at The International UFO Congress, GhostFest, and the SCSS Conference on Cryptozoology. He hosts a syndicated paranormal program, Speaking of Strange, airing Saturday nights from the flagship station, News Radio 570 WWNC in Ashevill, North Carolina. His latest book is titled, It Was a Dark and Creepy Night.

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