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- Length: 7 Pages
- Topic: Black Studies - Philosophy
- Paper #: 38073370
In the end, it depends on the power of the propagandistic process.
The third technique is related to the second one and includes the description of the common values and of current realities in a different way. More precisely, "when propagandists use glittering generalities and name-calling symbols, they are attempting to arouse their audience with vivid, emotionally suggestive words. In certain situations, however, the propagandist attempts to pacify the audience