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Propaganda in Animal Farm and the Media. What is Propaganda?. The spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person. It is usually an appeal to emotion instead of intellect.

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what is propaganda
What is Propaganda?
  • The spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person.
  • It is usually an appeal to emotion instead of intellect.
  • It shares the same techniques used in advertising and public relations.
  • It shapes a perception of an organization, cause, or product.
what is propaganda1
What is Propaganda?
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEcJF0EVT54&feature=related
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  • How does the “Three Little Pigs” video use propaganda? What ideas does it want the U.S. citizens to have? Use examples from the video.
  • Answers:
  • Glittering Generalities
  • Name Calling
  • Fear
techniques for spreading propaganda
Techniques for Spreading Propaganda
  • Media
  • News Reports
  • Government Reports
  • Movies
  • Radio
  • Television
  • E-mails and Blogs
types of propaganda name calling
Types of Propaganda“Name Calling”
  • Attacking the opponent personally instead of his or her ideas.
  • Create an unfavorable hatred towards a person or group instead of their ideas or beliefs.
  • Ex. From Animal Farm: Snowball- “traitor”
types of propaganda common enemy scapegoat
Types of Propaganda“Common Enemy/ Scapegoat”
  • This method is used extremely often during wartime, and also in political campaigns and debates.
  • This is an attempt to simplify a complex situation by presenting one specific group or person as the enemy.
  • Ex. from Animal Farm; Snowball is constantly used as the scapegoat throughout the 2nd half of the novel.
types of propaganda repetition
Types of Propaganda“Repetition”
  • By repeating information or ideals that the person in power wants people to believe, people are influenced and brainwashed.
  • Ex. From Animal Farm: Sheep: “Four legs good, two legs bad”
types of propaganda glittering generalities
Types of Propaganda“Glittering Generalities”
  • Using vague wording or generalizations, which are often a slogan or a catchphrase.
  • They appeal to the senses such as honor, love, country, peace, etc.
  • They cannot be proven true or false.
  • Ex. From Animal Farm:
  • The Commandments, which are vaguely worded and easily changed.
types of propaganda plain folks
Types of Propaganda“Plain Folks”
  • This approach is used to convince the audience that the spokesperson is just like them.
  • Portrayed to be someone they can trust and someone who has their best interests in mind.
  • Ex. From Animal Farm: Squealer portrays Napoleon’s ideas as being in the best interest for everyone.
types of propaganda bandwagon
Types of Propaganda“Bandwagon”
  • Portrays ideas to get people to “follow the crowd.”
  • Gives the impression of widespread acceptance and support and expresses that it is in a person’s best interest to join the cause or movement.
  • When Boxer confronts Mollie about getting ribbon from the neighboring farm, he is very upset with her because she is breaking away from the group.
types of propaganda card stacking
Types of Propaganda“Card Stacking”
  • Propagandist makes the best argument possible for his or her side and presents it against the weakest argument of his or her opponent.
  • Ex. From Animal Farm: Squealer often covers up problems that arise by telling the animals lies or one side of the story.
types of propaganda fear
Types of Propaganda“Fear”
  • This technique is used when a propagandist warns members of the audience that disaster will result if they do not follow a particular course of action.
  • Ex. from Animal Farm: Napoleon constantly reminds the animals of Jones, and how horrible the farm was under his power.
identify types of propaganda used in animal farm
Identify Types of Propaganda Used in Animal Farm
  • Old Major’s speech-Glittering Generalities and/or Bandwagon
  • Mystery of the milk and apples for the pigs-Card Stacking
  • The military decorations-Glittering Generalities
  • The debate over the windmill-Card Stacking
  • Squealer telling the animals about Napoleon taking over the farm-Plain Folks
  • Squealer explaining the idea of the windmill to be Napoleons’-Card Stacking
identify propaganda used in animal farm
Identify Propaganda Used in Animal Farm
  • The sheep repeating “Four legs good, two legs bad.”-Repetition
  • Blaming Snowball for everything that goes wrong on the farm.-Scapegoat
  • Ending the song “Beasts of England.” –Card Stacking
  • Napoleon giving himself a medal-Glittering Generalities
  • Boxer being taken and killed-Fear
examples of propaganda
Examples of Propaganda

Bandwagon

Glittering Generalities

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Review
  • Name Calling
  • Scapegoat
  • Repetition
  • Glittering Generalities
  • Plain Folks
  • Bandwagon
  • Card Stacking
  • Fear