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Transcript of Psychological Manipulation
Vanessa Cortez Brave New World 1984 All the babies are conditioned, physically and chemically in the bottle, and psychologically after birth, to make them happy citizens of the society. One psychological conditioning technique is hypnopaedia, or teaching people while they sleep- planting suggestions that will make people behave in certain ways. Everyone was also forced to take Soma. Soma is like taking alcochol without a hangover. The Party forces psychological stimuli upon it's subjects, designed to overwhelm the mind’s capacity for independent thought. The giant telescreen in every person’s room blasts a constant stream of propaganda designed to make the failures of the Party seem to be a brilliant successes. The citizens have the thought police, big brother, servaliance, Ministry of Trith, Ministry of Love, and victory mansions overseeing their lives on a daily basis. cdkjsncl Sources Huxley.net, Google, etc... -Patriot act
-Other Countries Introduction Throughout history the government has controlled it's people through the media. By having this control it allows them to force their thoughts and ideas into peoples minds.
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"The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society."