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1 By: Alexandra Rosales, Amanda Skaja, Eric Peterson, Hannah Storrer, Justin Stone, Nathaniel Ley

2 Propaganda: in advertising and public relations, a communication strategy that tries to manipulated public opinion to gain support for a special issues, program, or policy. Amanda Skaja Propaganda is the expression of opinions or actions carried out deliberately by individuals or groups with a view to influencing the opinions or actions of other individuals or groups for predetermined ends and through psychological manipulations. Daniel Lerner

3 Cultural Ties While creating a piece of propaganda the public relations groups have to consider the culture, this includes the time period and location. Amanda Skaja Iraq – Alexandra Vietnam- Nathaniel Communist - Eric WWII (Allied)- Justin WWII (German) - Hannah

4 ALTENHOFEN, BRIAN J. "SOLACE IN SYMBOLS: DISCOVERING CULTURAL MEANINGS IN SYMBOLIC PROPAGANDA." ETC: A Review of General Semantics 67.2 (2010): Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. Web. 1 Dec

5 Nazi Propaganda Provided a power, The extermination of races they deemed inferior. Convince the German population that action was necessary against them.

6 Triumph of the Will aEM aEM The overriding theme of the film was the return of Germany as a great power. 30,000 Nazi supporters

7 Different? Reminded of the struggle of the Nazi Party and Germany against foreign enemies and internal enemies, especially Jews.

8 The Home Front American attitude toward the war Impact of the attack on America All of the similarities and differences mentioned are way that the propaganda is try to influence us toward Justin Stone

9 Its Everybodys War Aimed at small towns Convince that we need to support our boys so we dont lose anymore Justin Stone

10 Similarities Love for America Our side is the only one that matters Visual references are impactful The boys are winning battles because of our support Justin Stone

11 Differences Materials vs. Luxuries What did we used to be able to send? The defense card Justin Stone

12 The Home Front American attitude toward the war Impact of the attack on America All of the similarities and differences mentioned are way that the propaganda is try to influence us toward Justin Stone

13 Its Everybodys War Aimed at small towns Convince that we need to support our boys so we dont lose anymore Justin Stone

14 Similarities Love for America Our side is the only one that matters Visual references are impactful The boys are winning battles because of our support Justin Stone

15 Differences Materials vs. Luxuries What did we used to be able to send? The defense card Justin Stone

16 Soviet Film Propaganda Eric Peterson

17 Unique Qualities of Soviet Film Propaganda Serious Contradictory Primary Function Eric Peterson

18 Serious Soviets Rarely any humor Highly coordinated Higher amount of negative propaganda Soviet Propaganda was a Necessity and was taken very seriously Eric Peterson

19 Contradiction in Soviet Propaganda Regime of Peace and Love To tell deliberate lies while genuinely believing in them, to forget any fact that has become inconvenient, and then, when it becomes necessary again, to draw it back from oblivion for just so long as it is needed George Orwell, 1984 Revolt! Rise up! Fight the Power! Obey! Sit down! Trust the Power! Fear the Gulag Eric Peterson

20 Prevalence of Propaganda in film The Soviet film industry was controlled by the State Soviet film was heavily censored Every Soviet film had a propaganda aspect Unique flavor of film due to mix of entertainment and propaganda Eric Peterson

21 Similarities of Soviet Propaganda All Soviet Propaganda is War Propaganda FEAR UNITYDEHUMANIZATION Eric Peterson

22 Nathaniel Ley The Vietnam War is a classic example of America's propaganda system. During the Vietnam War, the U.S. propaganda system did its job partially but not entirely. YouTube

23 The president had the American public believing that they had to go to war, to prevent the spread of communism. Through the use of propaganda. On Televison or through the use of posters. Nathaniel Ley

24 Media groups making posters. Television Propaganda... Anti-War Protesting.

25 Nathaniel Ley Vietnam was a very unpopular war with the American people. Still has an impact today. Many Vietnam war movies have been made.

26 The Hurt Locker Alex Rosales

27 Political unity. Political unity. We are never in the wrong. (Support the troops no matter what) We are never in the wrong. (Support the troops no matter what) Always a reason for war. Always a reason for war. Never really see the opponents side. Never really see the opponents side. Visual has more of an impact. Visual has more of an impact. Glorified America. Glorified America. Alex Rosales

28 Differences Technology. (Being able to connect to soldiers) Newspapers VS movies. With these movies you somewhat to get to experience the war through an American soldiers eyes. (More hate for enemy, see what they go through everyday making the reason for war more liable.) Iraq war-different enemy- different reason for war- PRO WAR. Alex Rosales

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30 We examined film Propaganda through the ages, and its similarities and differences as time advanced. Amanda-introduced, explained, and defined propaganda. Hannah- German WW2 Justin-Allied WW2 Eric- communist Nathaniel- Vietnam war Alex- Iraq war THANKS! Alex Rosales


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