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Transcript
Propaganda
• Definition:
– One-sided information designed to persuade.
– Sometimes true, often partially true or untrue.
– Can be any type of media such as a poster, video
or an article
– Use EMOTION, PATRIOTISM, SYMBOLISM and
STRIKING IMAGES/LANGUAGE
Purpose of Propaganda
• Convince people do either believe or do
something
• In World War I, propaganda was used to
mobilize the population towards the total
war, such as recruit soldiers, convince women
to volunteer for the war effort or work in
factories, etc.
Below are some examples of propaganda posters…
*Think about how do these posters made fighting in the war seem?
*What is it trying to persuade you to do?