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MATERIAL CREATED TO INFLUENCE OR PERSUADE
Propoganda; Propagandist; Propagandists; Propaghanda; Propagandistic; Intentional vagueness; Propagandum; Propagandism; Covert PR; State propaganda; Pollaganda; Art Propaganda; PROPAGANDA; Propaganda literature; Propaganda Literature; Cold War propaganda; Media warfare; Propogandist; Propogandists; Political Propaganda; Government mouthpiece; State-sponsored news media manipulation; Media war; Religious propaganda; Workplace propaganda; Wartime propaganda; Propaganda song; War propaganda; Children and propaganda; Political propaganda; Propaganda in advertising; Propanganda in advertising; Advertising and propaganda; Children's propaganda; Military propaganda; Propaganda techniques in advertising; War Propaganda; Propaganda for children; War posters; Women in war posters
  • A propaganda newspaper clipping that refers to the [[Bataan Death March]] in 1942
  • Anti-capitalist]] propaganda (1911 [[Industrial Workers of the World]] poster)
  •  anti-Japanese imagery]] to encourage Americans to work hard to contribute to the war effort
  • Britannia]] arm-in-arm with [[Uncle Sam]] symbolizes the British-American alliance in World War I.
  • Worms]], Germany, 1935
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  • How does propaganda change our beliefs? Lecture by Etienne Augé ([[Erasmus University Rotterdam]])
  • emotive and loaded language]].
  • Reds]] to surrender during the [[Finnish Civil War]]. [''To the residents and troops of [[Tampere]]! Resistance is hopeless. Raise the [[white flag]] and surrender. The blood of the citizen has been shed enough. We will not kill like the Reds kill their prisoners. Send your representative with a white flag.]''
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  • Poster in a North Korean primary school targeting the United States military. The Korean text reads: "Are you playing the game of catching these guys?".
  • Scandinavist]] movement

propaganda         
¦ noun
1. information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote a political cause or point of view.
the dissemination of such information.
2. (Propaganda) a committee of Roman Catholic cardinals responsible for foreign missions.
Origin
Ital., from mod. L. congregatio de propaganda fide 'congregation for propagation of the faith'.
Propaganda         
·noun A congregation of cardinals, established in 1622, charged with the management of missions.
II. Propaganda ·noun Hence, any organization or plan for spreading a particular doctrine or a system of principles.
III. Propaganda ·noun The college of the Propaganda, instituted by Urban VIII. (1623-1644) to educate priests for missions in all parts of the world.
propaganda         
n.
1) to engage in, spread propaganda
2) to counteract, neutralize propaganda
3) enemy; ideological; vicious propaganda
4) propaganda against

Wikipedia

Propaganda

Propaganda is communication that is primarily used to influence or persuade an audience to further an agenda, which may not be objective and may be selectively presenting facts to encourage a particular synthesis or perception, or using loaded language to produce an emotional rather than a rational response to the information that is being presented. Propaganda can be found in a wide variety of different contexts.

In the 20th century, the English term propaganda was often associated with a manipulative approach, but historically, propaganda has been a neutral descriptive term of any material that promotes certain opinions or ideologies. Equivalent non-English terms have also largely retained the original neutral connotation.

A wide range of materials and media are used for conveying propaganda messages, which changed as new technologies were invented, including paintings, cartoons, posters, pamphlets, films, radio shows, TV shows, and websites. More recently, the digital age has given rise to new ways of disseminating propaganda, for example, bots and algorithms are currently being used to create computational propaganda and fake or biased news and spread it on social media.

Pronunciation examples for Propaganda
1. Propaganda.
Firewall - The Propagandist's Guide to Self-Defense _ Jack Nolan _ Talks at Google
2. propaganda.
Liars and Outliers _ Bruce Schneier _ Talks at Google
3. by propaganda-- propaganda principally aimed
The Bet - Our Gamble for Earth's Future _ Paul Sabin _ Talks at Google
4. propaganda.
Firewall - The Propagandist's Guide to Self-Defense _ Jack Nolan _ Talks at Google
5. propaganda.
Two Billion Eyes - The Story of China Central Television _ Ying Zhu _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of Propaganda
1. Many will believe that propaganda – which, like all the best propaganda, contains a grain of truth.
2. "Goebbels–like propaganda, force and bureaucratic pressures are being used against the opposition." Joseph Goebbels was Adolf Hitler‘s propaganda chief.
3. But the broadcast probably pleased propaganda officials.
4. Iranian government propaganda certainly creates this impression.
5. Henan‘s propaganda department ordered a news blackout.