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Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
Propaganda techniques in advertising
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  • 1. 3 Techniques
  • 2. At the end of this lesson, you are expected to: Identify “Propaganda”; differentiate the three propaganda techniques (Transfer, Bandwagon, and Glittering Generalities) from each other; recognize the propaganda techniques used in different advertisements; and apply your knowledge about the characteristics of the 3 techniques by creating your own advertisement.
  • 3.  According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, PROPAGANDA(noun) means:  the spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person.  ideas, facts, or allegations spread deliberately to further ones cause or to damage an opposing cause.  a public action having such an effectSee: www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/propaganda
  • 4. Look at the following pictures. Do you think they areexamples of propaganda?
  • 5. No. This is not an exampleof a propaganda.It is only a picture of aproduct named Coca-Cola.There is no evidencepresented in the pictureshowing that it promotes(or injures) the product.Therefore, we can say thatit is not an example of apropaganda.
  • 6. THIS is an example of apropaganda.There are evidencespresented in thepicture which promoteand help spread ideasor informationregarding the product.
  • 7. This is NOT an example of a propaganda
  • 8. THIS is anexample of apropaganda.Can you pointout evidences ofwhy it is anexample of apropaganda?
  • 9.  Stimulates the target to identify with recognized authorities Often called "association", the target audience associates the product with something they like or respect. Because you like the person endorsing it, you end up liking the product, too. The advertisers try to make it sound like you are the one being talked about in the advertisement so that you can easily relate to the product being advertised. They transfer the authority to you.
  • 10.  Here is a sample commercial of the Transfer technique. Take note of how the product was advertised:
  • 11. What characteristics of the Transfer Techniquedid you see in the commercial? Presence of a recognized authority: (paramedic, pilot, actor) You like/admire paramedics, pilots, and actors, so you start to like the product too. They made it sound like you were the paramedic, pilot, or the actor so that you can easily relate to the product
  • 12.  Attempts to persuade the target audience to take a course of action "everyone else is taking” It reinforces your desire to be on the winning side. The idea is that, "everyone else is doing it, so you should do it, too"
  • 13.  Here is a sample commercial of the Bandwagon technique. Take note of how the product was advertised:
  • 14. What characteristics of the Bandwagon Techniquedid you see in the commercial? A course of action that everyone else was taking (he mentioned that “ako, sila, halos lahat” had been cured by the product) The commercial made you want to be on their side, where everyone used the product and experienced positive effects. “Everyone else is doing it, so you should too” concept was present.
  • 15.  The advertiser uses words to stir up positive feelings in the target audience. The words are often hard to define when used with the product. Their connotations always appear favorable to the audience.
  • 16.  Here is a sample commercial of the Glittering Generalities Technique. Take note of how the product was advertised:
  • 17. What characteristics of the Glittering Generalities Technique didyou see in the commercial? Some words (safe, effective, “ingat”/take care)stirred positive emotions in you. These words are hard to define and subjective. If you drank 20 tablets in an hour, would it still be safe? If you had a terrible migraine and needed 2 tablets to make it go away, would it still be effective if you only took one? If you drink the tablet on a day-to-day basis, would it mean that you are taking care of yourself? Though vague, these words appear to be very favorable to you.
  • 18. Because of not having connection to theinternet, our activity will be offline. Here arethe instructions. Read the situation carefullyand do what is asked:
  • 19. You were hired by LSCA to advertise their school. You were asked to make an advertisement which would effectively persuade PARENTS to enrol their children in the said school. They made it specific that you only use TRANSFER, BANDWAGON,or GLITTERING GENERALITIES as your technique in making the advertisement. Using the application PAINT, create an advertisement which will cater to the needs of your employer. Take note of the TARGET AUDIENCE of your advertisement. On the LOWER RIGHT CORNER of the advertisement you made, specify the TECHNIQUE you used. ”<your full name> 9A.JPEG”. USE YOUR TIME WISELY!

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