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1984 Propaganda

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Kurt McCain

on 9 May 2013

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli by. Kurt McCain 1984 Propaganda Foreign Views Propaganda United States Foreign Examples Germany Foreign Examples Propaganda can change public view on its government Propaganda can be used to change the public views on their own government. In the Untied States we use propaganda when it comes to political parties and view points on war and how the government is ran as a whole. The Outcast of groups people by the government Work Cited http://www.squidoo.com/slavery Propaganda has been used throughout history to alter the minds of people of a country. For examples the United States, Japan, and Germany used many propaganda techniques to engrave a sense of hatred towards their opposition during World War II. The first picture represents how the United states completely made the Japanese look like the enemy. They looked demon like which clearly altered how the American public viewed them. The second picture inferred that the Japanese people were murders as a whole society. It also influenced the people of the United States to work The Germans fired back at the United States' propaganda by identified the most negative aspects of the United States like the Ku Klux Klan. In "1984," the government used the Two Minute Hate , to put make their people identify who is the true enemy. The enemy in "1984" was Emmanuel Goldstein, he represented what the government did not want their citizens to become. In "1984," the government used many poster like "Big Brother is Watching You." These posters instilled in the public that you should always follow the views and beliefs of the government. The picture presented here is a clear representation of propaganda used by the Republican party to sway the votes of the people. This picture is a image that was depicted from the Great novel, "1984." "Big Brother is Watching You ," served as a aggressive manner to kept the people of Oceania in line. In the past the government in the United States has used propaganda that held different groups of people from succeeding. One of the major groups that was African Americans during slavery and after slavery. In "1984," the group of people that was outcast was the people of East Asian and that was against the Party. Also in World War II in the United States Japanese citizens were put in camps because they were paranoid about the actions of Japan. http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/travel/news/2007-12-17-internment-camps-preservation_N.htm http://www.englishclub.com/ref/esl/Quotes/Government/Big_Brother_is_watching_you._2686.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_propaganda_during_World_War_II http://graphicnovel.umwblogs.org/2013/02/19/comics-as-wartime-propaganda/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Liberators-Kultur-Terror-Anti-Americanism-1944-Nazi-Propaganda-Poster.jpg http://www.newrepublic.com/blog/jonathan-chait/obama-the-bully-vs-obama-jimmy-carters-heir
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