What is the role of Propaganda in the politics of War?
Propaganda is a way to get the masses to agree with wars. Since many people oppose war, government entities use a lot of strategies to make sure most people agree to going to war.
Propaganda can serve to rally people behind a cause, but often at the cost of exaggerating, misrepresenting, or even lying about the issues in order to gain that support. While the issue of propaganda often is discussed in the context of militarism, war and war-mongering, it is around us in all aspects of life. At times of war, or build up for war, messages of extremities and hate, combined with emotions of honor and righteousness…
Peter Buitenhuis has written: 'The great war of words' -- subject(s): American Propaganda, British Propaganda, Canadian Propaganda, English literature, History and criticism, Literature and the war, Propaganda, Propaganda analysis, Propaganda, American, Propaganda, British, Propaganda, Canadian, War and literature, World War, 1914-1918
Anti-war propaganda refers to propaganda that is against the war. Propaganda can be simply defined as 'publicity'. Propaganda is often attributed to newspaper publicity, billboards or TV. When it comes to anti-war propaganda, it refers to publicity that is against the war. For example, a newspaper article or ad that condemns the war or sees it in a negative light. For an example of such propaganda, visit http://politicalhumor.about.com/library/images/blantiwarpics.htm
G. A. Arbatov has written: 'Chelovek sistemy' 'Ideologicheskaia bor'ba v sovremennykh mezhdunarodnykh otnosheniiakh' -- subject(s): World politics, Propaganda, Anti-communist, Social history 'The war of ideas in contemporary international relations' -- subject(s): World politics, Propaganda, Anti-communist, Social history 'The Soviet viewpoint' -- subject(s): Foreign relations, Detente, Arms control 'Cold war or detente?' -- subject(s): World politics, Foreign relations
Fritz Hippler has written: 'Einspruch, Euer Ehren' -- subject(s): Correspondence, Fritz Hippler, Hippler, Fritz, Motion picture producers and directors 'Die Verstrickung' -- subject(s): German Personal narratives, German Propaganda, History, Motion pictures and the war, Personal narratives, German, Politics and government, Propaganda, Propaganda, German, World War, 1939-1945 'Korrekturen' -- subject(s): German Personal narratives, German Propaganda, History, Motion pictures and the war, Personal narratives, German, Propaganda, Propaganda, German, World War, 1939-1945 'Staat und Gesellschaft bei Mill, Marx…
Tony Shaw has written: 'British cinema and the Cold War' -- subject(s): Cold War in motion pictures, History, Motion pictures, Motion pictures in propaganda, Political aspects, Political aspects of Motion pictures 'Hollywood's Cold War (Volume in the Series Culture, Politics, and the Cold War. fo)' 'Xchange management applications' -- subject(s): Archive (Computer program) 'Hollywood's Cold War (Volume in the Series Culture, Politics, and the Cold War. fo) (Culture, Politics, and the Cold War)'
The same way and effect on people that it does today. Propaganda is the art of trying to persuade people over to your side with news that may very well have the truth stretched a bit. Propaganda these days is usually in commercials and politics, which can send a horribly wrong message to their audiences. In war, it was to persuade people to more strongly follow their country's cause and help it succeed in the…
Jacques Myard has written: 'Atout France' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Globalization, Foreign relations 'La France dans la guerre de l'information' -- subject(s): History, Iraq War, 2003-, Mass media, Mass media and the war, Objectivity, Political aspects, Political aspects of Mass media, Press and propaganda, Propaganda, Rwanda Civil War, 1994, Iraq War, 2003-2011