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everyone is doing it, you should too.
ex. everyone is voting for david you should vote to
small things will eventually snowball into bigger things
using insults or accusations to damage your opponent
ex.“If you vote for Nixon, you ought to go to hell.”
snap judgment with small amounts of evidence
ex.You dip a cup in the ocean and pull it out and there's no fish in it A hasty generalization would be to assume that there's no fish in the ocean because there was no fish in your cup, butof course that wouldn't be true.
associating the ideal product with normal everyday people and activities
ex.PLAIN FOLKS PROPAGANDA IS WHERE SOMEONE, NAMELY POLITICAL CANDIDATES, TRY TO MAKE IT SEEM AS THOUGH THEY ARE LIKE NORMAL PEOPLE, SO THAT THE NORMAL PEOPLE, IN TURN, WILL VOTE FOR THEM.
transfer ideas & feelings about one thing onto another
ex.For example, placing Obama's face with a nazi flag is trying to produce a negative result using propaganda. It is an attempt to make an association between something that is despised and the political target.
forcing someone to choose between dilemmas
ex.Chocolate or vanilla?
use of fear to influence
ex.if you dont vote for george then your children will die
only present the positive and intentionally leave out the negatives
ex.Animal shelters showing abused animals to make the watcher feel empathy for the animals and donate money
arguements based on logic
ex."You don’t need to jump off a bridge to know that it’s a bad idea. Why then would you need to try drugs to know if they’re damaging? That’s plain nonsense."
developing trust ethics or credibility
ex."As a doctor, I am qualified to tell you that this course of treatment will likely generate the best results."
person place or thing ex. he, she, john, sharon, dog, ball, lamp
a word used to describe an action ex. run, hear, call
A word that takes the place of a nounex. he she it him her them us me you
something describing a verb So when you're reading a sentence, find the verb, and then find what adds meaning to it.ex. The man ran quickly - ran is a verb - quickly adds meaning to the word ran
A descriptive word describing a noun. ex. The red ball bounced across the rough, black street. RED describes ball, ROUGH and BLACK describe street.
A preposition links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence.
- ex.I prefer to read in the library.
- He climbed up the ladder to get into the attic.Please sign your name on the dotted line after you read the contract.Go down the stairs and through the door.He swam across the pool.
a conjunction is a joining word, combining two separate thoughts, phrases or clauses.
ex.And As Because But For Just as Or Neither Nor Not only So Whether Yet
a word added to a sentence to convey emotion.
ex.Ugh!, Eek!, or Wow!
napoleon the pig
stalin's 5 year plan
russian working class
czar nicholas II
trosky or snowball