11 Techniques of Propaganda Part 2
... Discussion Topics
3. Read the following quote. Then, describe one situation in which
this quote would constitute plain-folk propaganda and another
scenario in which it would not.
I grew up on a farm in rural Mississippi, so I know the meaning of
struggle. I learned the value of hard work and determ ...
11 Techniques of Propaganda Part 1
... Aimed at an American audience (during World War II), this poster
was intended to dissuade citizens from discussing military affairs.
This slogan can be considered an example of assertion propaganda;
however, the qualifier “might” opens this question to debate. If
students emphasize the use of “might ...
Recognizing Microstructural Fallacies
... reasonable and/or defensible but is in fact not. A fallacy is specious. It is not, however,
enough for an advocate simply to point this out. An advocate must always provide their own
reasoning as to why an argument is fallacious and thus problematic. This can be done in a
number of ways, not least o ...
Red Scare Propaganda in the United States
... Emmanuel Berkman in 1892, had already become an annoyance to police departments
and court systems years before the beginning of World War I (Chitty & Murolo, 132).
The name of the radical had certainly been tarnished by this time. Radical Emma
Goldman was considered by officials to be at least parti ...
What is Propaganda?
... stating a debatable idea as a fact, with no explanation or justification.
Trends in Outside Support for Insurgent Movements
... The existence of a contiguous guerrilla safe haven often leads a civil war to escalate into a larger
interstate conflict. Government troops cross borders to attack insurgent camps and bases. In so
doing, they often confront border forces, air defense assets, and other state security units
Techniques of Persuasion/Propaganda
... among the neighbors." This is especially true
during election years. Politicians kiss babies,
eat apple pie, wave the flag (transfer device)
go to picnics; they show up at places or do
things they would never usually do just to
show that they are just like us.
Beach Park Block 8 Mastery Assessment Name Circle the correct
Strong characters can be found in which of these?
both novels and short stories
When does the conflict in a story usually occur?
after the climax of a story
after the setting and characters have been
Fact v Opinion
... FACT AND OPINION in Reading
Which statement below is fact? Which is opinion?
A. No flower is more beautiful than a simple daisy.
B. In Egypt, 96 percent of the land is desert.
hadtudományi szemle - UNI-NKE
... building. Since in the modern world most of the wars are asymmetrical, we observe more and more post-guerilla
wars/attacks against the superior army. In order to weaken the hostility of a broken/downtrodden nation/foreign army,
psychological maneuvers are advised to use. By helping rebuilding the co ...
Propaganda Techiques pp_propaganda_techniques
... • Appeals to people’s desire to fit in, to
do what other people are doing, to
• “Everybody is doing it! Get on the
• “I’m (doing this thing) and you
• One common visual technique is to
show an individual or small group
with a product (or candidate) and
then make ...
The Meaning, Techniques and Methods of Political
... Clausewitz war was a continuation of policy by other means; for Hitler peace was the
prologue to war by other means. What Hitler did was to change the timing of political
warfare. As he, himself, said: “The place of the artillery barrage as a preparation for an
infantry attack will in future be take ...
WWI Propaganda propaganda_in_ww_i
... Used extensively by both sides to shape public opinion,
procure men, money and resources
In U.S. Wilson established the Committee on Public
Information (CPI) headed by George Creel
After war, there was widespread criticism of government
propaganda after many claims were exposed as false.
The 7 Propaganda Techniques
... origins, someone they can trust and who
has their interests at heart.
Propagandists have the speaker use
ordinary language and mannerisms to
reach the audience and identify with
their point of view. (Ex: President with
*Propaganda Study Guide* - LHS Senior English 12A 2014
... 6.___ The transfer device is used both for and against causes and ideas.
7.___The transfer device Testimonial is often used in ways that are unfair and
8.___The most common misuse of the testimonial involves citing individuals who are
qualified to make judgments about a particular issue. ...
Cold War Propaganda Rubric - Hatboro
... handout that describes common objectives and tools that are used in wartime propaganda, and
you should also reflect on the different types of propaganda (WWI, WWII, etc) that you have
already studied this semester.
Nuclear warfare fears (duck & cover, bomb shelters, fear of ...
propaganda and Mein Kampf
... saw that the Socialist-Marxist organizations mastered and applied this instrument with astounding skill. And I
soon realized that the correct use of propaganda is a true art which has remained practically unknown to the
bourgeois parties. Only the Christian-Social movement, especially in Lueger's ti ...
... items are similar in some respects, that they are
therefore, similar in all respects.
For example: When comparing (arguing) the health
risks of marijuana use and tobacco use and finding
some similarities between the two does not mean that
they pose the same risks in other aspects, such as using
... Romantic Appeal - leads you to believe
that the opposite sex will like you better
if you use a product.
– “Use Close-Up and your breath will be
kissing fresh all day.” (Picture of a beautiful
Common Tools used in Wartime Propaganda
... Common Tools used in Wartime Propaganda
Demonization: This tool involves portraying the enemy as purely evil, menacing,
murderous, and aggressive. The propagandist attempts to remove all confusion and
ambiguity about whom the public should hate. The enemy may be portrayed as a hairy
beast or the dev ...
The Effective Reader (Updated Edition) By D.J. Henry
... Either-or assumes that only two sides to an
issue exist. Also known as the black-andwhite fallacy, it offers a false dilemma
because more than two options are usually
Example: “If you don’t give to the toy drive, you don’t
care about children.”
Critical Reading - Mrs. A`s Web Connection
... candidate, or movement.
An example of name calling would be a political candidate’s
labeling an opponent “soft,” “radical,” or “wimpy.”
Examples: -The fast-food industry labels critics of their industry
as “food police,” “cookie cops,” and “the grease
- During a taste test, consumers descr ...
False flag (or black flag) describes covert operations designed to deceive in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by entities, groups, or nations other than those who actually planned and executed them. Operations carried out during peace-time by civilian organizations, as well as covert government agencies, may by extension be called false flag operations if they seek to hide the real organization behind an operation. Geraint Hughes uses the term to refer to those acts carried out by ""military or security force personnel, which are then blamed on terrorists.""deHaven-Smith argues that the terminology has become looser in recent years due to the increasingly complex levels of ""duplicity"" and ""international intrigue"" between states. Peter Dale Scott argues that false flags are methods used by deep states as a form of deep politics.The name ""false flag"" has its origins in naval warfare where the use of a flag other than the belligerent's true battle flag as a ruse de guerre, before engaging the enemy, has long been accepted. Such operations are also accepted in certain circumstances in land warfare, to deceive enemies in similar ways providing that the deception is not perfidious and all such deceptions are discarded before opening fire upon the enemy.