Why is propaganda so successful?
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Why was the recruitment campaign in world war 1 so successful?
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How did the sons of liberty use propaganda?
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Conclusion of propaganda?
Edward Filene helped establish the Institute of Propaganda Analysis in 1937 to educate the American public about the nature of propaganda and how to recognize propaganda techniques. Filene and his colleagues identified the seven most common "tricks of the trade" used by successful propagandists (Marlin 102-106: Propaganda Critic: Introduction). These seven techniques are called: Name Calling Glittering Generalities Transfer Testimonial Plain Folks Card Stacking Band Wagon
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What is a sentence with the word propaganda?
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Why was the wide use of propaganda so important in implementing the holocaust?
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Why were the Romans so successful at invading countries?
How is propaganda in relationship to the cultural revolution?
Propaganda has everything to do with the Cultural Revolution! Propaganda were and still are the trends. The law. What everyone else is doing. People also looked up to propaganda for inspiration on what to do. What to aim for. Then peer pressure and numerous other factors do the rest. On the flip side of it, a leader uses propaganda to influence his people in certain non-direct ways. So when Mao wanted to reform China's culture, propaganda was the answer.
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Why is propaganda so important during times of war?
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What has the author Peter Buitenhuis written?
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