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The Power of Propaganda World History & Psychology, an integrated lesson
Quick Write (5min) In your journal, answer the following questions in complete sentences: What is Propaganda? Who uses propaganda? Why is it used?
When Propaganda Is Used War, elections – politics Advertisements
Types of Propaganda Bandwagon Name Calling/Stereotyping Glittering Generalities Transfer Repetition Testimonials Plain Folks Card Stacking
Bandwagon Do this because everyone else is doing it Do this because you want to be on the winning side
Glittering Generalities Often rhymes so it sticks in your head A slogan or phrase Generalizations
Hope Shepard Fairey— Street Artist Style Influenced by Soviet Union and Chinese Propaganda Art Obey John Carpenter’s “The Live”
They Live http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3 FtiQiV5FI Video:
Repetition Repeats itself to stick in your head
Transfer Associate a person/group/ or action with something positive or negative Found in many other types of Propaganda
Name Calling/Stereotyping Often Dehumanizes a Group Attempts to Associate a Word with the Group or Person
Testimonial Comes from a respected person who states his opinion endorsing something. You want to be like that person or value that persons opinion so you are inclined to listen/do as he says.
Plain Folks Stated as though it is coming from the common person
Card Stacking Presenting one side of an Argument Common in Political Ads
All Glory to the HypnoToad! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W 84DLa0CLNE
Propaganda in World War One. What is Propaganda? Propaganda is a specific type of message presentation aimed at serving an agenda. At its root, the denotation.
Do Now: In your notebooks…. Write about a time you convinced someone to do something or buy something or believe something? What was it? How did you convince.
Persuasion Is All Around You!
Propaganda and Persuasion Techniques. Propaganda is… The spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution,
Propaganda What is it? How is it used?. What is propaganda? Spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring a cause.
WHAT IS PROPAGANDA? Propaganda is a form of communication that is aimed at influencing the attitude of a community toward some cause or position.
Examples of Persuasive Techniques in Advertising Bandwagon Bandwagon is an appeal to the subject to follow the crowd. Since everyone else is buying it,
Propaganda Part One. What is Propaganda? Method or approach to spread ideas that further a cause, such as political, commercial, or religious There are.
Eight Propaganda Techniques
World War 1: Propaganda Canadian History 11. Definition Propaganda is information designed to affect public opinion about an issue. It is created to persuade.
WHOSE VOICE DO YOU HEAR? Mrs. Wilcox. WHAT IS PROPAGANDA? The Spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring a cause.
Power of Propaganda. Propaganda Techniques Refers to any technique used to influence the action and beliefs of large numbers of people May be written,
Propaganda Techniques. What is propaganda? It is designed to persuade. Its purpose is to influence your opinions, emotions, attitudes, or behavior. It.
Bandwagon - To convince the audience to do or believe something because everyone else is doing it.
Public Opinion. Public opinion is the collection of differing attitudes that members of a public have about a particular issue. –Subject to rapid change.
PROPAGANDA WILLIAMS WHAT IS PROPAGANDA? PROPAGANDA Propaganda is.. Influence Persuasion Appeal Manipulation.
Propaganda Propaganda is a systematic form of purposeful persuasion that attempts to influence the emotions, attitudes, opinions, and actions of specified.
Persuasion in Advertising: 5 techniques that advertisers use to get you to buy their stuff!
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