Propaganda Theory: to a given media situation spin doctoring and media management

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Write an essay researching the salient features and applicability of “Propaganda Theory” to a given media situation (spin doctoring and media management). The research paper should demonstrate I can: – Explain the theory – Apply the theory to a given media situation – Collect evidence through study of films/ video/ radio/ print/ advertising/ PR/ internet/ animation – Analyze the evidence collected to support your arguments – Summarize the key findings to give your conclusion – Number all headings Deliverables: Your paper must include the following: Honesty statement Introduction Main arguments/ hypothesis Evidence gathered through study of various mass media Analysis of this information gathered Conclusion and summary Bibliography (MLA list of the books, journals, websites used in the paper) Appendix (graphs, pictures, videos, film, print material, transcripts used as evidence). Important notes: – Please be aware of plagiarism because my school is very strict in its rules and they check the plagiarized papers using “Turnitin” software. – Try to use get the information from books more than websites and provide me with the PDF or the electronic copy of the book because my instructor could ask about the reference. – I want the references from 2 books and 5 websites – I am an Arabic speaker so try not use complicated language.
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Introduction
All through the world technological changes have made the definition of propaganda vary, however, the characteristic features of propaganda is distinctively a political issue to be distinguished from cognate issues such as education and information. It is the dissemination of ideas or images with the purpose of convincing people to think and act in a way and for a purpose. Propaganda is the attempt to use ways of persuading an audience for an intended purpose to serve the interest of the propagandist. Information in propaganda presents the audience with straightforward statements and facts in order to evoke a certain response. The reasons can either be directly or indirectly (Connelly and Welch 74). As opposed to education which teaches the target group how to think, propaganda intends to tell people what to think. Propaganda strives to narrow the audience’s perspective, as well as, to close their minds. In the twentieth century, propaganda has been a valuable tool in politics. It can be conveyed through media, but being an agent of reinforcement it can be manifested in the form of building, painting or a coin. The role of commemoration in reinforcing propaganda is often overlooked. The point of emphasis is the best way to reinforce the present to determine the future, rather than commemorating the past
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