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Propaganda

Propaganda


Propaganda has two types

Propaganda has Two Types:

  • Simple Propaganda

  • Systemic Propaganda (Propaganda Model)


Propaganda has two types1

Propaganda has Two Types:

  • Simple Propaganda

    • Assertions in Media

  • Systemic Propaganda (Propaganda Model)

    • Omissions in Media


Propaganda has two types2

Propaganda has Two Types:

  • Simple Propaganda

    • Assertions in Media

    • Targeted Messages

  • Systemic Propaganda (Propaganda Model)

    • Omissions in Media


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Propaganda has Two Types:

  • Simple Propaganda

    • Assertions in Media

    • Targeted Messages

    • Purposeful Transmission

  • Systemic Propaganda (Propaganda Model)

    • Omissions in Media

    • Non-Transmission

      • Purposeful

      • Non-Purposeful


Simple propaganda

Simple Propaganda

“Propaganda is a systematic form of purposeful persuasion that attempts to influence the emotions, attitudes, opinions, and actions of specified target audiences for ideological, political or commercial purposes through the controlled transmission of one-sided messages (which may or may not be factual) via mass and direct media channels.”

Richard Alan Nelson, A Chronology and Glossary of Propaganda in the United States, 1996


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


Obama girl

Obama Girl


Propaganda

Simple Propaganda


Propaganda

Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda


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Simple Propaganda?


Are either of these propaganda

Are Either of these Propaganda?


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Are Either of these Propaganda?


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Simple Propaganda


Singular existential threat

Singular Existential Threat

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Singular Existential Threat

“The art of leadership, as displayed by really great popular leaders in all ages, consists in consolidating the attention of the people against a single adversary and taking care that nothing will split up that attention into sections. The more the militant energies of the people are directed towards one objective the more will new recruits join the movement, attracted by the magnetism of its unified action, and thus the striking power will be all the more enhanced.”

—Hitler in Mein Kampf (My Struggle)


Singular existential threat2

Singular Existential Threat

“The leader of genius must have the ability to make different opponents appear as if they belonged to the one category; for weak and wavering natures among a leader's following may easily begin to be dubious about the justice of their own cause if they have to face different enemies.”

—Hitler in Mein Kampf (My Struggle)


Accusations are reflections

Accusations are Reflections

“As a general principle, Jewry carries on its campaign in the various countries by the use of arguments that are best calculated to appeal to the mentality of the respective nations and are most likely to produce the desired results; for Jewry knows what the public feeling is in each country.”

—Hitler in Mein Kampf (My Struggle)


Omnipresent enemy

Omnipresent Enemy

“Hence it is that at the present time the Jew is the great agitator for the complete destruction of Germany. Whenever we read of attacks against Germany taking place in any part of the world the Jew is always the instigator.”

—Hitler in Mein Kampf (My Struggle)


Anti americanism as global propaganda

Anti-Americanism(as global propaganda)


A sad story america must be behind it

A Sad Story:“America must be behind it…”


Systemic propaganda propaganda model

Systemic Propaganda(Propaganda Model)


How many iraqi civilians have died in the iraq war

How many Iraqi civilianshave died in the Iraq War?

  • 9,000

  • 50,000

  • 92,000

  • 151,000

  • 655,000

  • 1,033,000 (total: civilians, soldiers, insurgents)


How many iraqi civilians have died in the iraq war1

How many Iraqi civilianshave died in the Iraq War?

  • 9,000

  • 50,000

  • 92,000 (Iraq Body Count)

  • 151,000 (WHO, 2008)

  • 655,000 (John Hopkins University, 2006)

  • 1,033,000 (ORB survey of Iraq War casualties)


How many u s soldiers died in vietnam

How many U.S. soldiersdied in Vietnam?

  • 6,000

  • 58,217

  • 110,342

  • 164,450

  • 240,000


How many u s soldiers died in vietnam1

How many U.S. soldiersdied in Vietnam?

  • 6,000

  • 58,217

  • 110,342

  • 164,450

  • 240,000


But what has been omitted from these numbers

But what has been omitted from these numbers?

  • http://civilians.info/iraq/


The propaganda model

The Propaganda Model

  • Systemic biases in the mass media

  • Explains them in terms of structural economic causes

  • Noam Chomsky and Edward S. Herman


The propaganda model the five filters

The Propaganda Model:The Five Filters

  • Ownership of the medium

  • Medium's funding sources

  • Sourcing

  • Flak

  • Anti-communist ideology


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The Propaganda Model:The Five Filters

  • Ownership of the medium

    • Corporations

    • To survive they must maximize profit and thus sacrifice news objectivity


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The Propaganda Model:The Five Filters

  • Ownership of the medium

  • Medium's funding sources

    • Advertising

    • Interests of advertisers come before reporting the news

    • the news itself is nothing more than "filler" to get privileged readers to see the advertisements


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The Propaganda Model:The Five Filters

  • Ownership of the medium

  • Medium's funding sources

  • Sourcing

    • Need for continuous flow of information

    • Government bodies

      • provide them with facilities in which to gather

      • give journalists advance copies of speeches and forthcoming reports

      • schedule press conferences to meet news deadlines

      • Media savvy language


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The Propaganda Model:The Five Filters

  • Ownership of the medium

  • Medium's funding sources

  • Sourcing

  • Flak

    • negative responses to a media statement or program

      • En masse

      • White House

      • Political Campaigns


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The Propaganda Model:The Five Filters

  • Ownership of the medium

  • Medium's funding sources

  • Sourcing

  • Flak

  • Anti-communist ideology

    • anti-ideology

    • exploit fear and hatred of nemesis

      • fundamentally compromised due to fall of USSR

    • Replaced with anti-terrorism


Is wikipedia propaganda

Is Wikipedia Propaganda?

What we are witnessing today, is the alarming rise of the fallacy of the infallible collective. Numerous elite organizations have been swept off their feet by the idea. They are inspired by the rise of the Wikipedia, by the wealth of Google and by the rush of entrepreneurs to be the most Meta. Government agencies, top corporate planning departments and major universities have all gotten the bug. This is digital Maoism.

—Jaron Lanier

http://www.edge.org/3rd_culture/lanier06/lanier06_index.html


What media is not propaganda

What Media is Not Propaganda?

  • Newspapers? Which ones?

  • TV news? TV shows?

  • Hollywood fictional films?

  • Blogs?

  • Wikipedia?

  • Google search results?

  • Personal communication?


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