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transfer propaganda

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caden neyman

on 9 January 2013

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Transcript of transfer propaganda

The End Propaganda One example of transfer propaganda is the soda industry's advertisements. They usually
associate their products with things that everybody likes such as parties. You see people having a good time while drinking it so you think you will have a good time while drinking it. Transfer Propaganda Example Example Associating the product or idea being advertised with something that everybody likes It is fun to
drink coke
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