Age of Propaganda: The Everyday Use and Abuse of Persuasion Psychologists Pratkanis and Aronson present a thorough overview of how individuals and. AGE OF PROPAGANDA. The Everyday Use and Abuse of Persuasion. REVISED EDITION ANTHONY R. PRATKANIS and ELLIOT ARONSON University of. Anthony R. Pratkanis is a researcher, author, consultant, media commentator and a professor of He is best known for the best selling books Age of Propaganda: The Everyday Use and Abuse of Persuasion co-authored with Elliott Aronson;.
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Age of Propaganda: The Everyday Use and Abuse of Persuasion by Anthony R. Pratkanis
His research program has investigated such topics as the delayed effects of persuasion, attitudes and memory, groupthink, affirmative action, subliminal persuasion, mass communications, source credibility, persuasion and democracy, economic fraud, the use of influence in international co Prtkanis R.
Dec 15, Justin rated it really liked it Shelves: I will re-read this and use for future study. This is where when you meet someone or you are proppaganda to persuade someone, you find as many similarities between you two. Counteracting the Tactics of Propaganda.
Age of Propaganda
Persuasion has always been integral to the democratic process, but increasingly, thoughtful discussion is being replaced with simplistic soundbites and manipulative messages. I bought this book after Ramit Sethi’s recommendation on the Tim Ferris podcast. This valuable book helps the reader to look at the world with a skeptical eye towards the manipulative print, television, and radio messa This is a fascinating look at the coercive techniques that individuals and the mass media use to persuade the public to think and act in certain ways.
I have also heard of the story where subliminal messaging in an movie theater led some patrons to feel hungry and crave coke or popcorn. Dec 06, Ptopaganda Stucchi rated it it was amazing.
Dispatched from the UK in 2 business days When will my order arrive? Pratkanis has consulted for civic groups, government and law enforcement agencies, regulatory bodies and the United States Military.
We have so much in common. One of the hallmarks of intense propaganda is centralized communications from a single perspective.
Propagada increases the temptation of communicators to manipulate beliefs and opinions not by prlpaganda but by appeals to emotions and simplistic thought. As the populace becomes less informed, the propagandist must use even more simplistic persuasion devices.
Jun 20, Chris rated it really liked it Shelves: His research program has investigated such topics as the delayed effects of persuasion, attitudes and memory, groupthink, affirmative action, subliminal persuasion, mass communications, source credibility, persuasion and democracy, economic fraud, the use of influence in international conflicts, and a variety of influence tactics such as the pique technique, phantoms, the projection tactic, the 1-in-5 prize tactic, and altercasting.
All 4 phases were fascinating in their own way.
Age of Propaganda : Anthony Pratkanis :
One of the most ate books I’ve read. Regularly look at both sides of the coin. PratkanisElliot Aronson No preview available – Selected pages Title Page. Ok, I only skimmed this because it was pretty dense, but it highlighted some very interesting points about propaganda– I hope to give it a more thorough read someday. Ask such questions as: Lists with This Book. A fascinating book, particularly during a presidential election year.
Farquhar, Center for Product Research, Carnegie-Mellon University “A gold mine of valuable information and insights into the persuasion process. Preview — Age of Propaganda by Anthony R. Retrieved 16 May propxganda Should probably be required reading in today’s tribal media lockdown.
Age of Propaganda: The Everyday Use and Abuse of Persuasion
This should be a ae ready for anybody at High School, it is simply a description of the world we are living, and how we are conditioned by media and advertisement. Propaganda confuses its message in order to disseminate information without people realizing it.
Although you would expect it to be somewhat harder and more complex, its not.