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Perspective and Propaganda. Perspective. The way things are seen from a particular point of view. Many people see the same events from different perspectives. History and its interpretation has varying perspectives concerning a certain subject or event .

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perspective
Perspective

The way things are seen from a particular point of view.

Many people see the same events from different perspectives.

History and its interpretation has varying perspectives concerning a certain subject or event.

Lets take a look at some perspectives.

who is right
Who is Right?

Did the Germans believe they were justified in fighting WWI?

Did the British believe they were justified in fighting WWI?

So, who is right? It all depends on your perspective.

perspective and the historical argument
Perspective and The Historical Argument

How we view a certain event or side of a historical argument depends on our perspective.

Remember to keep your individual perspective in mind when writing your historical essay.

What is your historical perspective?

propaganda
Propaganda

Information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some cause

Information or opinions that are made public to promote or attack a movement, cause, or person.

Ideas or statements that are often false or exaggerated and that are spread in order to help a cause, a political leader, a government, etc.

common propaganda techniques
Common propaganda techniques:
  • Appeal to the elite:Use of flattery to persuade
  • Appeal to fear:Convince the viewer or listener by implicitly threatening the audience. This effort is based on emotion rather than reason.
  • Bandwagon:Appeal to the desire to belong. Need for peer approval
  • Card-stacking: Presentation of only one side of an issue or a product
  • Glittering generalities:Broad and dazzling but unsubstantiated claims about a product or service
  • Name calling:Calling another product, service, or political candidate a derogatory name
  • Militarization: The use of flattering and glorious images concerning military actions.
  • Glorification: Praising the subject of the propaganda beyond its real worth or function.
common propaganda techniques1
Common propaganda techniques:
  • Appeal to the elite:Use of flattery to persuade
  • Appeal to fear:Convince the viewer or listener by implicitly threatening the audience. This effort is based on emotion rather than reason.
  • Bandwagon:Appeal to the desire to belong. Need for peer approval
  • Card-stacking: Presentation of only one side of an issue or a product
  • Glittering generalities:Broad and dazzling but unsubstantiated claims about a product or service
  • Name calling:Calling another product, service, or political candidate a derogatory name
  • Rewards:Promises of free prizes, reduced prices, rebates, lower interest rates, etc.
  • Militarization: The use of flattering and glorious images concerning military actions.
  • Glorification: Praising the subject of the propaganda beyond its real worth or function.
modern propaganda
Modern Propaganda

Directions for modern propaganda poster activity:

Take our a clean sheet of 8x11 inch paper.

On the top corner of your paper write your name, period and Modern propaganda.

Choose one of the propaganda elements from the handout “Common Elements of Propaganda”

Using your chosen element create a poster adverstising one of your favorite products, sports, events, person or other subject.

Make sure you give your poster a title

On the back of your poster include the following information:

- Name of your poster

- List the element(s) of propaganda that you used on your poster

- Three to five sentences describing why and how you decided on your element(s) and image.

DUE TOMORROW!

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