Methods of Information - psychological Influence on Individuals and Groups and Their Application in Political Processes

Petras Oržekauskas, Saulius Šimanauskas


The methods and tools, essence and nature of external information-psychological influence on individuals and their groups are analyzed and presented in this article, associating the possibilities of their application with the manifestation of peculiarities of human psychology and psyche, analyzing possible subsequences of this influence both on the individuals, their groups, and political processes running in the society. The paper seeks to reduce some uncertainty coming both from many political processes, methods and tools of information – psychological influence and their possible impact on the society development. The article tends to highlight potential threats and subsequences, which can be provoked by uncontrolled and irresponsible use of information – psychological influence methods, affecting human psyche in sub-consciousness state, thus not giving any real possibilities to protect from that kind of influence.


society agreement; the idea of agreement and cooperation; information-psychological impact; peculiarities of human psychology and psyche; political processes

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"Public Policy and Administration" ISSN online 2029-2872 / ISSN print 1648-2603