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Encyclopedia of the methods of propaganda - (part3...

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Encyclopedia of the methods of propaganda (part 3)    Psychological distress    Psychological shock - one of the varieties of emotional resonance, led to a peak level.   Today the media impose a spectacle of death in every house and in large quantities.  We  constantly see images of people killed in close-up - so that they can not find their loved  ones.  We look at poluobgorevshie corpses of disaster victims and terrorist attacks.  We  litsezreem footage from standing on the shelves of skulls ...  Shall not discuss the moral  aspects of the transformation of bodies into a television props.  Just to say that this is often  done   to   ensure   that   under   the   guise   of   a   shock   to   instill   a   purely   political   ideas.   Psychological shock usually relieves all psychological protection and advocacy abracadabra  freely penetrates the brain.   For example, studies have shown that the visual imagery, showing, for example, the effects  of war, has the strongest impact on the subconscious and restores public opinion against  the party that committed the act of destruction (regardless of whether the just cause of war  itself).    Therefore, in the light "peacekeeping operations" Western media always rigidly  dosed showing the devastation and loss of life.   Russian media are widely used psychological shock when covering events in Chechnya.  In  1996, many TV stations (especially NTV) showed a lot of video frames with bombings,  destruction and death - in order to instill the idea of the uselessness of war.  In contrast, in  1999-2000, targets were diametrically opposed.  Detonated by terrorists at home, cut off the  head of Russian troops and Western journalists were supposed to prove that the Chechen  rebels - the geeks of the human race, so the "clean-up area" is required.    Ratings of  
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  Represents a kind already discussed earlier admission "Findings of fact" Psychologists  have long established that the publication of the results of sociological research affect public  opinion.  From 10 to 25% of voters in selecting candidates for whom they will vote, guided  by sociological ratings.  Many people want to vote for a strong, but very few people - the  weak.  It triggered a psychological phenomenon, peculiar to the average layman - the desire  to be "like everyone else."  Therefore, announcing before the election a higher rating of the  candidate, can actually increase the number of votes cast.   In this regard, many polling firm during the election campaign, likened to representatives of  the oldest profession, and begin to work on the principle "Every whim for your money."   
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