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What are the 8 types of propaganda?
Bandwagon, Card Stacking, Glittering Generalities, Mudslinging, Plain Folks, Prestige Identification, Red Herring, Testimonial
An attempt to convey a sense of momentum; to generate a positive "everybody's doing it so you should too" mentality
Use of statistics/information in a one-sided manner; the omission of statistics/information that is crucial to drawing an informed and balanced conclusion
Almost always very positive, designed to leave a very good impression; uses vague words and phrases that may appeal to a variety of audiences.
Often referred to as "attack ads" on the tv, radio, internet, etc.;makes assertions about the opposition/opponent in a variety of unflattering ways; name calling that creates a negative impression of the opposition/opponent
An attempt to appeal to the "average" person as just "one of the people".
Endorsements from celebrities and other well-known people
This shows you one idea, while secretly accomplishing a different idea; "bait & switch".
An opinion of one person, which ma or may not be based on any real facts.
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