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Contemporary Propaganda Reflections

Propaganda is what ravages genocides. The spew of information provides a slew of uninterrupted knowledge, that infiltrates unbeknownst minds. Propaganda is the unsolicited information from political parties’ viewpoints. Forms of propaganda have been shown, in history, to have been relics… Continue Reading →

Propaganda: Nazi State and Make America Great Again

Propaganda can be defined as information that is biased or misleading, used to promote or publicize a particular cause or point of view. Propaganda posters were very popular in the past, used to convey the thoughts and opinions of the… Continue Reading →

Propaganda and Political Influence

The historic propaganda image I chose was from World War II, it shows a young boy wearing a Nazi hat with war going on in the background. This piece of propaganda was to scare the American people into buying war… Continue Reading →

Propaganda: Election vs Inauguration

When we think of propaganda we might only think of old war-time posters and political cartoons, but propaganda is still very prevalent in many contemporary ways that we might not consider. I think propaganda, good and bad, still has a… Continue Reading →

Propaganda: Hitler and Trump

  At first glance, the two images I have selected may not look like they have much in common. Once you realize what the image on the left says, and from what time period, the similarities are astounding. On the… Continue Reading →

Propaganda and Us

Propaganda impacts our minds a lot today. I think propaganda has a way of slowly affecting the intended audience with repetition. In today’s society where the internet rules the world, it is a time for Propaganda to thrive. There is… Continue Reading →

Democracy and Propaganda

  In the posters shown, the change propaganda tactics appears to be based on a how the audience is told to show their support. Immediately I see and understand the World War II poster, I understand the phrase meaning to… Continue Reading →

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