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the psychology behind some of our actions in military service

the psychology behind some of our actions in military service

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Warpropaganda part 2 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. YNT History Tech 2011
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    • Was even harder when you had hand-to-hand combat and saw your “enemy.”
    • It gets “easier” on some level when you have distance, physical and mental, from the enemy.
  • 4.
    • A way of manipulating people by using..
      • Images and/or
      • Words
    • to achieve a desired effect or outcome.
    • It can cloud reality and gets in the way of clear thinking.
    • Wartime use – it is designed to….
      • Provide a focus for
        • Mistrust
        • Hatred
        • Dehumanize the enemy
  • 5.
    • Some of the psychology behind the
    • KNOWN TECHNIQUES
  • 6.
    • Hop on or you won’t fit in…….
    • Everyone is doing it, so you should too…..
    • This technique/strategy… is used as and known as peer pressure
    • No one wants to be left out….right???
    CONFORM to the GROUP
  • 7. We want to do what the group is doing and are reluctant to be different.
  • 8.
    • Similar to a testimonial
    • Supports an idea
  • 9.  
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    • To transfer the fame, prestige, or reliability of something or someone to an issue that may or may not be related
    • Act within a role and accept the stereotype of the role
  • 11.
    • Permits diffusion of responsibility
    • We are just “acting” but at some point we cross the line and “become”
    • Anonymous, uniforms, hair styles, to shift individual into “group”
  • 12.
    • Presents an issue and you only have two choices
  • 13.  
  • 14.
    • Bandwagon , conform
    • Authority , following orders
    • Transfer , playing my “role”