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Types of Propaganda in Advertising

Types of Propaganda in Advertising

Types of Propaganda in Advertising. On Your Paper …. First, draw three columns Use the first column for the different terms Use the second column the definitions Leave the last column for your examples. Testimonial. An important person or famous figure endorses a product. Repetition.

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What is Propaganda?

What is Propaganda?

What is Propaganda? . And why do we care? Communication Applications Jane Boyd. Definition. propaganda: a Latin word that was first used by Pope Gregory XV in 1622, when he established the Sacred Congregation of Propaganda, a commission designed to spread the Catholic faith worldwide.

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Types of Propaganda

Types of Propaganda

Types of Propaganda. Bandwagon . Everyone is doing it, you should too!. Testimonial . This works for me, It will work for you too. Endorsement. Statement of Support for a candidate, From an Important person. Name Calling. Glittering Generalities.

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Propaganda

Propaganda

Propaganda. The spreading of ideas to promote a certain cause or to damage an opposing cause. Bandwagon. Persuading people to do something by letting them know others are doing it. . Transfer. Using the names or pictures of famous people, but not direct quotations. . Repetition.

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Persuasive Essay

Persuasive Essay

Persuasive Essay. Your Claim: Counselors are necessary to student success in public schools and should be funded fully by the school district. Rhetorical Devices/Persuasive Techniques Patrick Henry tested and approved. “Speech in the Virginia Convention”

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Persuasive Techniques

Persuasive Techniques

Persuasive Techniques. What do authors do to persuade you?. Emotional words. Words that stir you up! Words that fill you with anger! Words that fill you with hope. Words that make pictures in your head. Agitate and Solve. Bring up a problem.

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EMOTIVE: Project Intro

EMOTIVE: Project Intro

EMOTIVE: Project Intro. 11 th January, Porton Down, UK Dr. Tom Jackson, Dr. Ann O’Brien, Dr. Martin Sykora and Dr. Suzanne Elayan. Contents. Introduction to EMOTIVE System Design Walkthrough & Issues Emotions / Ontology Conclusions.

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You’re entering the business world!

You’re entering the business world!

You’re entering the business world!. Find a partner that would be willing to start a business with you. Sit next to that partner. What does America need ?. Necessity is the mother of invention What new store are people looking for?

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Detecting Deception with LIWC

Detecting Deception with LIWC

April 12, 2006. Detecting Deception with LIWC. Aberdeen, MD. Jennifer Batka Emily Beadles Amanda Brown Anna Bueno Emily DeSorrento Catherine Field Adrian Gohl Michael Heller. T. Oliver Rebecca Pazoureck Linda Pierce Angela Price Rachael Ross Julie Santiago Juliana Stewart

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Preparing for Rhetorical Analysis Rhetorical Ad Analysis

Preparing for Rhetorical Analysis Rhetorical Ad Analysis

Preparing for Rhetorical Analysis Rhetorical Ad Analysis. After watching the following videos , please fill out the worksheet. Civic Super Bowl Ad Apple Mac 1984 Ad Detroit Super Bowl Ad. Rhetorical Analysis.

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Presented by Daniel Bright

Presented by Daniel Bright

Web Copy That Sells: The Revolutionary Formula for Creating Killer Copy Every Time By: Maria Veloso. Presented by Daniel Bright. Web Copy That Sells: What does this mean to you?. The web is continuing to grow in the business world and everyone needs a website.

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Advertising

Advertising

Advertising . Unit 3. What is Advertising?.

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1950s Advertisements

1950s Advertisements

The Best Time to be a Marketer. 1950s Advertisements. Define Propaganda. General Technique: Relies on emotions and values Persuade an audience to accept a particular position . Propaganda Techniques. Bandwagon: Persuading people to do something by letting them know others are doing it

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the Fallacies of Rhetoric

the Fallacies of Rhetoric

the Fallacies of Rhetoric. Rhetorical Analysis Background Information. What is a fallacy?. Fallacy: an incorrect argument in logic and rhetoric resulting in a lack validity, or more generally, a lack of soundness

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propaganda

propaganda

9. propaganda. techniques. used by advertisers. Glittering Generalities. The product’s slogan is so attractive that the audience loses sight or doesn’t see its true meaning. . “Flavor adventures”. Bandwagon.

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Propaganda and Persuasion

Propaganda and Persuasion

Propaganda and Persuasion. What is Propaganda?. Propaganda is the spreading of ideas, information, or rumors for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person. . Where is Propaganda found? . Advertisements Newspaper and Magazine Articles Political Cartoons.

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Propaganda & Advertisements

Propaganda & Advertisements

Propaganda & Advertisements. Mrs. Avery-W. CGAIII. What is Propaganda?. Propaganda is designed to persuade. Its purpose is to influence your opinions, emotions, attitudes, or behavior. It seeks to “guide your choice.”. What are some propaganda techniques?. Bandwagon Testimonial Transfer

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3 Types of Persuasive Appeals

3 Types of Persuasive Appeals

3 Types of Persuasive Appeals * Ethos - Ethical appeal (authority on the subject convinces you) … Credibility of speaker * Pathos - Emotional appeal (convinces you based on emotion) … emotional connection to audience

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Succeed by Listening

Succeed by Listening

Succeed by Listening. Discussion Session #73 Jen Alexander. Time and money are both wasted by poor listening!. Hearing is a natural process!. ~~~Listening is altogether different . Steps to Better Listening. Make eye contact!

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REPORT WRITING

REPORT WRITING

REPORT WRITING. A business report should be. ACCURATE CONCISE CLEAR OBJECTIVE. A report should be. ???? true facts, precise wording, supporting data, reference to sources ???? all the important ideas in as few words as possible avoid repetitions (KISS) ????

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