Propaganda Definitions

Section A You Can Fool Yourself. Techniques of Self-Deception Prejudice You prejudge before you really learn about a person or group. You often prejudge based on indoctrination, conditioning or some prior experience which could be pleasant or unpleasant. The person...

Sample Propaganda Questions Section F

Techniques of This Section 1. Diversion 2. Disproving a Minor Point 3. Ad Hominem 4. Appeal to Ignorance 5. Leading Question 6. Complex Question 7. Inconsequent Argument 8. Attacking a Straw Man 9. Victory by Definition 10. Begging the...

Sample Propaganda Questions Section E

Techniques of This Section 1.Concurrency 2. Post Hoc 3. Selected Instances 4. Hasty Generalization 5. Faulty Analogy 6. Composition 7. Division 8. Non Sequitur Click on each button for the Author’s Opinion. I greatly enjoyed Stephen King’s Pet Sematary so...

Sample Propaganda Questions Section C

Techniques of This Section 1. Appearance 2. Manner 3. Degrees and Title 4. Numbers 5. Status 6. Repetition 7. Slogans 8. Technical Jargon 9. Sophistical Formula Click on each button for the Author’s Opinion. Attendance at religious services is a...

Sample Propaganda Questions Section B

Techniques of This Section 1. Emotional Terms 2. Metaphor and Simile 3. Emphasis 4. Quotation Out of Context 5. Abstract Terms 6. Vagueness 7. Ambiguity 8. Shift of Meaning Click on each button for the Author’s Opinion. Acme Paper Products...

Sample Propaganda Questions Section A

Techniques of This Section 1. Prejudice 2. Academic Detachment 3. Drawing the Line 4. Not Drawing the Line 5. Conservatism, Radicalism, Moderatism 6. Rationalization 7. Wishful Thinking 8. Tabloid Thinking 9. Causal Oversimplication 10. Inconceivability Click on each...