Social Studies 5- Propaganda
Terms in this set (12)
What were the 11 types of propaganda?
Emotional appeal, Glittering generalities, Testimonials, Bandwagon, Plain-folks, Scientific approach, Snob appeal, Card-stacking, Transfer, Name-calling, and Euphemisms
What was Emotional Appeal?
Appealed to/triggered the emotions of the audience, including sympathy and fear
What was Glittering Generalities?
Persuades the audience to approve/believe without examination of evidence, including phrases with deep-set ideas/morals
What was Testimonials?
Uses famous figures that are trustworthy to appeal to the audience
What was Bandwagon?
Exhibits the general idea that "Everyone else is doing it, so should you,"
What was Plain-Folks?
Convinces audiences that its ideas are of the peoples
What was Scientific Approach?
Uses factual evidence, such as numbers, data, and statistics, to convince audience
What was Snob Appeal?
Gives the impression that wealthy, prestigious people are on board
What was Card-Stacking?
Presents only one side of the situation
What was Transfer?
A appeal which helps a person to image themselves as part of a picture
What is Name-Calling?
links a person, or idea, to a negative symbol
What is a Euphemism?
Pacifies the audience to make an unpleasant situation more palatable
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