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Animal Farm Propaganda

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Jennifer Higgins

on 2 February 2013

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TECHNIQUES FOR SPREADING PROPAGANDA 1. Media (Advertisements)
2. New Reports
3. Government Reports
4. Movies
5. Radio
6. Television
7. Emails and Blogs WHAT IS PROPAGANDA? PROPAGANDA "Three Little Pigs"
Reflection Let's take a minute to reflect on what we know so far... on a sheet of paper, answer the following questions.

Then, pose one question of your own. Let's see if you can answer it as we continue this course of study.

1. How does the "Three Little Pigs" video use
propaganda?

2. What ideas does the video want U.S. citizens to have?

Use specific examples from the video in your response. TYPES OF PROPAGANDA NAME CALLING COMMON ENEMY/SCAPEGOAT This method is used extremely often during wartime, and also in political campaigns and debates.

This is an attempt to simplify a complex situation by presenting one specific group or person as the enemy. By George Orwell ANIMAL FARM
Propaganda is the organized dissemination of information, allegations, etc, to assist or damage the cause of a government, movement, etc

1. It is usually an appeal to emotion instead of intellect.

2. It shares the same techniques used in advertising and public relations.

3. It shapes a perception of an organization, cause or product. BANDWAGON Portrays ideas to get people to "follow the crowd"

Gives the impression of widespread acceptance and support and expresses that it is in a person's best interest to join the cause or movement. REPETITION By repeating information or ideals that the person in power wants people to believe, people are influenced and brainwashed. PLAIN FOLKS This approach is used to convince the audience that the spokesperson is just like them.

Portrayed to be someone they can trust and someone who has their best interests in mind. CARD STACKING Propagandists makes the best argument possible for his or her side and presents it against the weakest argument of his or her opponent. FEAR This technique is used when a propagandist warns members of the audience that disaster will result if they do not follow a particular course of action. IDENTIFY PROPAGANDA USED IN
ANIMAL FARM 1. The sheep repeating "Four legs good, two legs bad."

2. Blaming Snowball for everything that goes wrong on the farm.

3. Napoleon giving himself a medal. Attacking the opponent personally instead of his or her ideas. Create an unfavorable hatred toward a
person or group instead of their ideas or
beliefs. HOPE SPRINGS FORTH... Defined as: the feeling that what is wanted can be had or that events will turn out for the best. SOMETIMES HOPE BEGINS WITH A DREAM... Martin Luther King, Jr gave a speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial on August 23, 1963 that used HOPE to inspire not only the way people think but the way that people act! On your worksheet...reflect upon and answer the following questions.

1. What was King's dream?

2. Has his dream become a reality? It what ways is it still just a dream?

3. What is another dream that a historical figure has had in this country?

4. What is a hope you have for this country? IN WHAT WAY DOES KING'S SPEECH INSPIRE HOPE AND CHANGE? I CAN BRING ABOUT CHANGE BECAUSE I AM HOPEFUL THAT ... During the Russian Revolution, people needed more rations ( like bread) and they
were being paid low wages. Most of the necessities went to soldiers; thus, there wasn't a lot left for the people. Riots broke out and fear formed because the soldiers (the brothers, husbands, and sons of the Russian citizens) were turned against their families. This caused a lot of fear within the people. If you did not support Stalin, you ran the risk of losing your life! FEAR Fear - A feeling caused by imagined or real danger or pain. FEAR Video of Fear within the Russian Revolution FEAR
OR
HOPE?
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