Propaganda & Mass Persuasion

Thursday, March 29, 2007


In chapter two (selling babies) MacArthur takes us from, media executives initially agreeing to factors that enforce "selling babies," and "designing war," when video workers made up visuals and graphics to fill in the empty spots left behind by military censorship. MacArthur makes it clear that the governments information is managed with censorship. This can be very controversial at a time of war when government is supposed to be trusted to relay trustworthy information to the many lives that depend and are in stake because of this war.

1 Comments:

Blogger A. Mattson said...

Next time choose one section of one chapter and discuss it. Summing up a couple of chapters in a couple of sentences is too general.

4/12/2007 10:49 AM  

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