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Study the word list: Glas Purple year 8

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activism
Activism is the policy or action of using vigorous campaigning to bring about political or social change. *
analysis
He wrote an analysis of the piece of music.
censorship
The censorship was necessary. *
Democratic
An attempt to subvert democratic government. *
emotional
Emotive language provokes an emotional reaction from the audience. *
identity
Were you able to ascertain the identity of the culprit?
marketing
He is experienced in sales and marketing. *
metadata
Metadata is data about data. *
propaganda
Propaganda is the spreading of ideas and information, which only gives the governments side of things. *
security
The security guard watched with vigilance.
social
She was of a higher social class than her peers.
summarising British English spelling
His summarising was excellent. *
synopsis
A synopsis is a brief summary. *
Truth
The prisoner would not tell the truth.

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