Developing A Research Proposal.
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Step 1. Formulate an interesting question closely related to our inquiry on 21st century propadanda.
Step 2. Select one or more research methods. Options:
--online and library research
--interviewing, observation
--content analysis
Step 3. Develop a research proposal. Your proposal should state your research question and offer a rationale for why it is interesting or important. Then your proposal should offer a step-by-step description of the work plan, explaining in detail the process you think you will use to complete the project. Include some description of what you expect to learn or discover from this project. The more specific details you can provide in your proposal, the more likely it is you'll get the "green light" to move forward.

DUE: Tuesday, March 22

Give your proposal a title and your name and post it here:

PROPOSAL TITLE, Student Name

How do Talk Radio programs influence the masses? by Ben Hyclak

HOW GOVERNMENT SHAPES PUBLIC OPINION

Use of propoganda by the US Military by Ryan Dragan

Why is “VoA” necessary to combat other nations anti-american propaganda; for example anything in North Korea? by Josh Widener

STREET TEAMS IN ADVERTISING

How do street teams use psychology to grow a brand? Nomi Leasure

Street Team Machine by Courtney B Dozor

Street teams and what makes them successful by Linda Suh

PROPAGANDA AT THE MOVIES

The US Army Propagates through Hollywood Aaron Kessler

INNUENDO AND GOSSIP
How Does Media Use Innuendo and Gossip? by Rachel Edwards

Why do you know what we know by Juliette Monteleone

ADVERTISING AS PROPAGANDA

The Granfalloon Technique and Advertising by Gabe Ruggiero

Why are Consumers Attracted to Ambiguous Advertising by Natalie Cippolle

Why Is Mudslinging Apart Of An Election by Duvell Hill
PUBLICIST AS AGENT OF PROPAGANDA

Charlie Sheen's Publicist by Byron

GETTING ATTENTION THROUGH MISREPRESENTATION

Hoaxes by Corrida Tutt

Why do we allow Video News Release to Happen Dan Magerr

The Use of Language as Propaganda By: Kristina Kazanjian

Paid Expert Opinions By Chris Murphy

Why are Video News Release's Tolorated? by Carl Shelton

THE ECONOMICS OF PROPAGANDA

What Information Gathered is Actually "Reliable" in Our Modern Society, Where Money Seems to be the Only True Incentive and Ultimate Prize? by Patrick Coady

Tsunami Coverage

Japan Proposal By Djoal Kolani