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Propaganda & Persuasion 1. What is Propaganda, and How Does It Differ From Persuasion? A. Propaganda Defined 2 B. Jowett and O’Donnell’s Definition of Propaganda 7 I. Propaganda and the Containment of Information 15 C. Forms of Propaganda 20 D. Subpropaganda/Facilitative Communication 31 E. A Model of Propaganda 33 I. Communication Defined 34 II. Propaganda and Information 35 F. Propaganda and Persuasion 37 I. Persuasion Defined 37 II. Persuasion Is Transactional 38 III. Responses to Persuasion 38 IV. Beliefs 39 V. Values 39 VI. Attitudes 41 VII. Behavior 42 VIII. Group Norms 42 IX. Resonance 43 X. Persuasion Seeks Voluntary Change 44 XI. Misleading and Manipulating an Audience 44 G. Rhetorical Background and the Ethics of Persuasion 44 I. Rhetoric and Propaganda 48 H. Propaganda as a Form of Communication 50 I. Concealed Purpose 50 II. Concealed Identity 50 III. Control of Information Flow 51 IV. The Management of Public Opinion 53 V. The Manipulation of Behavior 53 I. Overview of the Book 54 J. Note 55 2. Propaganda Through the Ages A. Ancient Greece and Alexander the Great 59 I. Alexander the Great 60 B. Imperial Rome 62 C. Propaganda and Religion 64 D.

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