Propaganda

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Propaganda

  1. 1. Demonstration Lesson
  2. 2. What do these imageshave in common?They want you to buy, think, or do something!
  3. 3. Term Definition Explain ReviewPropaganda Spreading ideas Propaganda is YES-NO-WHY(n.) to help or hurt used during Is this an example of a cause/person wars to propaganda? negatively portray the Used to enemy. persuade you to buy, think, do something12345 12345
  4. 4. Attaching a negative label/image to a person or thing
  5. 5. This technique works because it causes people to have a negative opinion about someone because of the bad opinions they hear.Why is this an example of the name calling technique?
  6. 6. Persuading people to do something because other people are doing it
  7. 7. This technique works because you think “everyone else is doing it” and so should youWhy is this an example of the bandwagon technique?
  8. 8. Diverts your attention to another unrelated topic
  9. 9. This technique works because it distracts us from the real issueWhy is this an example of the red herring technique?
  10. 10. Create your own piece of propaganda using one of the techniques we discussed today.Be sure to explain which technique(s) you used.

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