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Propaganda and Debating Techniques. As you read the following pages, you will be exposed to quite a variety of deceptive propaganda techniques, logical fallacies, and lies (hopefully, none of them mine). You might as well learn a little about how the art and science of propaganda works, so that you can recognize the techniques as people try to fool your mind with them. You probably already know a lot about this, whether you realize it or not, because politicians pull many of these standard stunts on you every election year, and you have grown immune to some of them. And modern advertising uses a lot of them, too, and you just tune them out. Nevertheless, let's just do a quick over-view of propaganda techniques. Bear in mind that "propaganda" is not inherently a dirty word — it just usually is.

Master these propaganda techniques, and you too will be able to proselytize and promote cult religion and radical politics just like a battle-hardened old-timer. This one is simple, straight-forward, and obvious. Richard M. Wow. Weblinks-World War II. Thoughts... Questions. Untitled Prezi by Zack Pfeifer on Prezi.

Ja.ww2postercampaigns.pdf. Ben Franklin's Virtue of Frugality: Tips for Frugal Living. Americans’ are saving their money at the lowest rate in 73 years-the lowest rate since the Great Depression.

Ben Franklin's Virtue of Frugality: Tips for Frugal Living

The national personal savings rate was negative (!) 1% in 2006. That means that as a whole, the country is spending more than it is taking in. With the economy on a downhill slide, Americans may start tightening their purse strings. But I predict that instead, people will simply start running up more credit card and loan debt. I was once watching a TV show in which a round table of finance gurus were dispensing money advice to the studio audience. The Founding Fathers feared such attitudes. Unfortunately, Americans have lost sight of the importance of frugality. World War II Posters - Pictures of Persuasion. WASHINGTON — A SHORT distance up Pennsylvania Avenue from the National Archives and Records Administration, where a World War II poster exhibition, ``Powers of Persuasion,'' is on display, a huge building is under construction.

World War II Posters - Pictures of Persuasion

Above the gate to the site is an echo of wartime posters. A large banner proclaims ``Safety comes in cans. I can, you can, we can.'' This contemporary slogan in admonition's clothing is characteristic of the way the American homefront in the 1940s was collectively persuaded to be patriotic. Back then, it was a life-and-death clash on a world scale. O. ``The function of the war poster,'' he said, ``is to make coherent and acceptable a basically incoherent and irrational ordeal of killing, suffering, and destruction that violates every accepted principle of morality and decent living.'' The new twist is that the ``poster'' in our living room now is electronic, and the message moves. First Person Oral Histories - David Cohen. View large image Richard Hughes was a miner for the Panther Red Ash Coal Corporation in McDowell County, West Virginia.

First Person Oral Histories - David Cohen

In 1946, eight years after David Cohen lived in the coal mining district, Russell Lee photographed the miners. Lee's caption states, "Richard Hughes, miner, and his family eating. Copy of Propaganda by kelly burkholder on Prezi. The Role of Women in Advertising: The dilemma of frugality and consumption in British women's magazines 1940-1955. Picture%20is%20Worth%20a%20Thousand%20Words. Celeste Wong Dr.


Bruce Lusignan Section: M 4:15 June 6, 2003 A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words: Visuals as a Persuasive Tool for War. For Teachers: Lesson Plans: Analyzing WWII Propaganda Posters. Winning Over Hearts and Minds: Analyzing WWII Propaganda Posters Propaganda played a key part in the United States’ war effort.

For Teachers: Lesson Plans: Analyzing WWII Propaganda Posters

Although much more subtle, propaganda was as much a weapon of the war as manpower and ammunition. NebraskaStudies.Org. American propaganda during World War II. In the face of obstacles - COURAGE BE SURE YOU HAVE CORRECT TIME!

American propaganda during World War II

This poster intended for navigation students combines instruction with caricatures of enemy leaders. During World War II (1941–45), American propaganda was used to increase support for the war and commitment to an Allied victory. Using a vast array of media, propagandists fomented hatred for the enemy and support for America's allies, urged greater public effort for war production and victory gardens, persuaded people to save some of their material so that more material could be used for the war effort, and sold war bonds.

German Propaganda Archive (Guide Page) Nazi and East German Propaganda Guide Page Propaganda was central to Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic.

German Propaganda Archive (Guide Page)

The German Propaganda Archive includes both propaganda itself and material produced for the guidance of propagandists. The goal is to help people understand the two great totalitarian systems of the twentieth century by giving them access to the primary material. True Freethinker. We will not consider each of the quotes that I provided in the previous segment:I go the way that Providence dictates with the assurance of a sleepwalker.

True Freethinker

What providence? Who’s providence? Propaganda - [Mind] Games. BrainWorks: Ride With Hitler. Teaching & Learning History. “When You Ride Alone You Ride With Hitler!”

Teaching & Learning History

This poster was done by Weimer Pursell, in 1943. The poster is depicting a scenario during WWII. The idea behind this poster is that you should have car-sharing clubs, this would be car pooling in today’s terms, to save gas. The idea is that if you are not joining these clubs then you are joining Hitler in hurting our soldiers. When you first look at this poster, what are your eyes drawn to? When you look at the poster you are immediately drawn to the figure of Hitler. Ride Alone Notes.