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Tuesday, April 21

  1. page Propaganda Through Misrepresentation and Normalization edited {propaganda.jpg} ... can drastically differ suck on one Propaganda Over The Years . . Prop…
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    Propaganda Over The Years . . Propaganda VS Persuasion21ST CENTURY PROPAGANDA
    21st Century Propaganda differs from propaganda from the past, it now is much harder to recognize, it is embedded in everyday life.
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Monday, August 18

  1. page The Media and Celebrity Gossip; Perpetuators of Propaganda edited ... Instead of scrutinizing our government or powerful Wall Street players, the media chose to scr…
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    Instead of scrutinizing our government or powerful Wall Street players, the media chose to scrutinize Michael Jackson. Therefore, because the media was scrutinizing Michael Jackson, the American public did so as well.
    The elite were happy that Michael Jackson was top news because this meant that they would not be scrutinized by the American public. The article argues that reports on such topics as Michael Jackson molesting children distracts the American public from what they should actually be concerned with.
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    This is a video which describes how the media fueled the Michael Jackson fire, and why the wanted him to fail:
    The media imprinted into our minds that Michael Jackson was crazy and awful, etc, but also used him to distract us from the real issues we were facing at the time. Because the media is where we as citizens receive almost all of our knowledge about what is happening in the world around us they can easily manipulate how we see that world. Thus the media is guilty of propaganda because they coerce us into thinking a certain way about a person or issue.
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Tuesday, August 5

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    ............................................................................................................As technology advances so do consumers techniques for avoiding commercials.
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    {guerilla_titleb.jpg} Guerilla marketing can be labeled a plethora of other titles including stealth, undercover, covert, viral, underground, mashed, buzz, performance-based, grassroots, mental and ambient marketing. Stealth marketing employs unconventional methods to attract attention. In the article Covert Marketing Unmasked: A Legal and Regulatory Guide for Practices That Mask Marketing Messages, Ross D. Petty defines that “the goal of masked marketing is to have consumers pay attention to the communication but not realize that it is a marketing message that they otherwise might ignore.” By disguising and transforming the message into something other than a traditional advertisement, marketers are able to garner better response from audiences so much so that they even willfully engage with the message. Things that are out of place, odd or unexpected to passersby on a street will surely grab attention better than simple text on a billboard or sign. Something this odd or jarring is not directly noticed as an advertising attempt at first because it is not that easily identifiable. This creates further connection and involvement with the consumer as they feel the need to figure out what is going on or it causes some kind of emotional response. Though the identity of the sponsor may not immediately be noticeable it can become apparent through time (Martin, & Smith, 2008).
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Monday, July 7

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    Propaganda: State of Deception
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Sunday, May 18

  1. page Propaganda Through Misrepresentation and Normalization edited {propaganda.jpg} In today’s day and age there are so many ideas and so many opinions about all t…
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    In today’s day and age there are so many ideas and so many opinions about all the millions of different of events occurring in the society around us and in the world around us. Opinions can drastically differ on one topic all depending on the point of view of an individual. But nowadays we know of events going on half way across the world but have no direct interactions with those events. Therefore our point of view must be formed. This is where the propaganda of the 21st century steps in. A quiet way to coerce the America’s ideals, standards and way of life to the American people.
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    21st Century Propaganda differs from propaganda from the past, it now is much harder to recognize, it is embedded in everyday life.
    The framing of the Arab world primarily since the 2001 September 11th attacks are an important example of this new type of propaganda to examine. America has been brainwashed to an extent when it comes to thinking about the Middle East, we are uniformed and over opinionated.
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Monday, May 12

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    "Monsanto," is a company who specializes in the production and genetic alteration of seed. Their patented genes are being inserted into 95% and 80% of all soybean and corn grown in America, respectively. This article looks at some of Monsanto's confidential contracts with its smaller subsidiaries and independent seed growers who employ the use of their patented products. It dives into how they are using sorts of strong-arming tactics in order to keep control of their near-monopolistic business plan; they control over 90% of all seed genetics in this country.
    Monsanto was first put on the market with their introduction of the pesticide "Roundup," now, an industry standard, along with many other patented products. They are using their powerful stance to further distribute their products, building upon their already massive amounts of capital. The decline in competition in this industry will obviously affect any consumer of foods containing soybeans or corn - monopoly is not good for a market as simple and essential as is the food market - everyone needs to eat!
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Sunday, November 17

  1. page How The Media And Government Manipulate By Djoal Kolani edited Research Question: In What Ways Do The Government And News Media Use What They Cover And How They …
    Research Question: In What Ways Do The Government And News Media Use What They Cover And How They Cover it to Manipulate a populations Thought Process And knowledge of important matters?
    Research Method: Media Analysis, Interviews, Observation, Online Web Searches and Article Search, Library Research.
    Watching News Broadcasts and comparing and contrasting what is covered and was is lightly or isnt covered at all and why. interviewing past professors about news media theories. specific events and news stories like 9/11, the bilderberg group, north american union, and other lightly covered news stories.
    Proposal: the news media today continues to be the primary source of information for the american population. but with essentially a oligopoly being in place over the news media how do we know whats true, whats false, whats manipulated, sensationalized and what isnt? it appears that the news media covers whatever it wants to cover therefore in a sense they control to an extent with the exception of the internet what u know about an event overseas or news story. the media also has a habit of becoming very biased and aggressive when there is ever a opposing opinion about a subject being covered. seeing as the delivery of news should be objective the all out attack of alternative views and opinions is flat out erroneous. this project will shine light on and display the many contradictions and fallacies of the news media today. it will also uncover what the media decides to cover and not cover and for what purpose. i think this subject is of massive importance seeing as it is about one of the most powerful media industries in the country and world and if there is a specific interest or motive that is driving the reasons behind why the media masters choose what to cover than i believe that it is imperative that we discover this reason.

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Sunday, September 8

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    By using certain words continually the propagandist creates heuristic devices by use of words. Trevino, Kanso and Nelson state in their article that when an article speaks negatively of the Muslim world these adjectives are often used in the descriptions. “terror/terrorist/terrorism, extremist/extremism, bomb/bomber/bombing, kidnap/kidnapping, assassin/assassinate/assassination, murder/murderers/murderous, killers, beheading, militant, jihad and guerilla” (p. 13). When hearing these words they become our mental shortcut to the Muslim world, not only that but the reverse happens too. When thinking of the Muslim world, these terms will come to mind.
    Trevino, Kanso and Nelson also used a poll done in 2004 by the Pew Research Center on attitudes towards Islam
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Wednesday, March 13

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    WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU MIGHT NOT GET. In today’s climbing technological climate consumers are constantly inundated and bombarded with commercial advertising messages. Through the years the audience has developed techniques to avoid and ignore such messages. Brehm’s reactance theory and other evidence point to the fact that consumers react negatively and are skeptical of messages when they are aware of its persuasive intent. The purpose of guerilla marketing is to break through the clutter of messages and actually provoke some kind of response or reaction from the consumer by initiating covert methods of advertising. Essentially, it is advertising a message to an audience without them being aware that they are being advertised to. Adversely it can be argued that this type of propaganda is only creating more clutter and that eventually consumers will become just as skeptical of guerilla forms of marketing as they already are with traditional forms of advertising.
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