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|Mussolini used Radio Bari's short-wave broadcasts as an important tool to |
spread anti-British propaganda. ... Livia Bornigia See also Civil War, Spanish;
Hitler,Adolf; Italy; Mussolini, Benito References: Arnold, W.V. The Illusion of
|jacques Ellul There is probably no other thinker who has thought as deeply about |
propaganda in all its dimensions and ... that human nature is thor— oughly
flawed and that it is a pervasive human characteristic to be swayed by illusions.
|measures of a military, economic, or political nature as may be required to |
supplement propaganda” (p. ... the period called for 1 such equipped soldier for
every 100 men, and Gideon was therefore able to create the illusion of an army of
|... poster (shown in Figure 5.4), which promoted free trade and "cheap food" for |
the laborers (embodied by a bulldog dressed in a worker's clothing), rather than
supporting tariffs to boost wages and work (presented as an illusion in the water).
|... unity' can be seen to have been hopelessly illusory.16 Despite these setbacks, |
the new masters of German broadcasting never lost their faith in the medium. ... In
January 1934, however, Goebbels had pre-empted this by setting up a specific
office to coordinate propaganda broadcasts ... This was a typical Nazi
psychological device, intended to convince 130——Readings in Propaganda
|One way to make their arguments appear to be logical is by creating the illusion |
of logical reasoning through the use of fallacies ... Go to Weblink 8.2 where you
will find a list of links to over 40 separate fallacies that can be used in
|2 The interrogative mode is a way of getting people to rethink existing |
perspectives, which is why many propaganda slogans ... since successful
persuasion is when the persuader has answered all the questions raised by the
audience, or those the audience had in mind. ... Propaganda is constantly
creating illusory correlation, in particular advertising, for example between the
product and social success.
|... only recently acquired the land (and the wealth derived from it) that was |
traditionally associated with distinction, a monument helped to consolidate a
familial dynasty and to manufacture a respectable lineage, or at least an illusion
|Propaganda and persuasion in the 1992 U.S. presidential election: What are the |
implications for a democracy? Current World Leaders ... Dispelling the illusion of
invulnerability: The motivations and mechanisms of resistance to persuasion.
|73)treat disinformation as black propaganda, but that kind of usage should not be |
taken to mean that it is just outright lies or falsity. ... fragmented, irrelevant, or
superficial information — information that creates the illusion of knowing
something but which, in fact, leads one ... colorfully dubs "tree- tops' propaganda"
: a brand of persuasion or corporate propaganda, using relatively sophisticated