Propaganda & Mass Persuasion

Thursday, January 31, 2008







As usual we see an example of how persuasion occurs with a group of Army men and woman. Reporter's base their writings on pure hear say if the President did not answer their question correctly.


"By underming the press you are also undermining the public because they have a right to no what their sons, daughter, brothers, and sisters are doing in
Iraq."

http://masspersuasion.blogspot.com/2007/05/bush-puts-media-in-place.html

I would have to disagree with this quote because who states that the press writes the truth. Even when these reporters and presidents talk, what is printed is not the truth all the time. I believe both are misleading, and once again writing about daughters and sons and Iraq is just another way of building emotions on the fact of propaganda.


Mattson Article

1 Comments:

Blogger A. Mattson said...

This post is a bit confusing. Stick to one point and develop it.
Also proof-read and spell-check before posting.

2/06/2008 10:46 PM  

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