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By: Ines Loja
Maria Angamarca Spanish Portfolio. How does propaganda
affect our perspective? Can an image change
people’s behavior? How has propaganda influenced societies perspectives on specific themes?
In what way is propaganda capable of controlling our minds?
How has propaganda influenced the way we think? What is propaganda? How can propaganda be bias? The immigration Essential Questions: self reflection: Biography of
Joseph Goebbels. Principle of simplification and unique enemy.
Adopt a single idea, a single symbol. Identify the enemy on one enemy. Eleven principle Joseph Goebbels was born
October 29, 1897 in Rheydt, Germany.
Minister of propaganda for the
German Third Reich. Goebbels had been rejected for military service during World War I because of a crippled foot - the result of contracting polio as a child - and a sense of physical inadequacy tormented him for the rest of his life German Nazi Party member Joseph Goebbels became Adolf Hitler's propaganda minister in 1933, which gave him power over all German radio, press, cinema, and theater. Principle of vulgarization.All propaganda must be popular, adapting its level to less intelligent individuals to whom it is addressed. The larger the mass to convince smaller must be the mental effort to perform. The receptivity of the masses is limited and insufficient understanding, and they have very easy to forget. Thanks for your attention.
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