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Transcript of Propaganda
General Message of Propaganda
What is Propaganda:
Bandwagon and Name-calling
using propaganda to influence the public views by giving out false information to create fear in the public
The technique of encouraging people to think or act in some way simply because other people are doing so.
Advertisement to persuade a group of people in order for them to help out with a certain cause, such as a war or helping the poor.
The usually expressed propaganda in a biased or misleading nature in order to convince the people more.
By Jacob, Josh, and Meghan
Kinds of Propaganda:
The U.S. often used woman and children in posters to persuade people
Political cartoons were also very popular
Some kinds of propaganda that was used were fear, the bandwagon, name-calling, euphemism, glittering generalities, transfer, and testimonial.
To get people fired up
General Message of Propaganda:
They also tended to criticize the enemy they were fighting against.
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