Propaganda: the Formation of Men's Attitudes
Vintage Books, 1973 - 320 Seiten
'The theme of Propaganda is quite simply. . . that when our new technology encompasses any culture or society, the result is propaganda. . . . Ellul has made many splendid contributions in this book.' -Robert R. Kirsch, The Los Angeles Times
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3" This line of reasoning is completely wrong. To view propa- ganda as still being
what it was in 1850 is to cling to an obsolete *j| concept of man and of the means
to influence him; it is to condemn oneself to understand nothing about modern ...
It seems that in propa- , ganda we must make a radical distinction between a fact
on the j^ one hand and intentions or interpretations on the other; in brief, between
the material and the moral elements. The truth that pays off is in the realm of ...
ganda's most important devices, the manipulation of symbols. The more an
individual participates in the society in which he lives, the more he will cling to
stereotyped symbols expressing collective notions about the past and the future
of his ...
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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - jaygheiser - LibraryThing
Although I take issue with some of the details, this book, written 40 years ago by a French legal scholar, resonates with me, and explains much of what I have observed. Concept of horizontal vs. vertical propaganda, or 'social' propaganda. Vollständige Rezension lesen
LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - NoirLibrarian - LibraryThing
Ellul, a French philosopher, sociologist, and theologian, disputes the notion that propaganda is “the work of a few evil men, seducers of the people, cheats and authoritarian rulers who want to ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
chapter iThe Characteristics of Propaganda
3 CATEGORIES OF PROPAGANDA
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