Persuasion and Propaganda in the 2008 Presidential Election

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essay 6 PAGES about the Persuasion and Propaganda in the 2008 Presidential Election.

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1. What is the context for this case study? (Time, place, circumstances, etc.) 2. Who are the persuaders? (Names the main ones. Use the Aristotle Model.) 3. Who were the target audiences? (Be specific. Use the Aristotle Model.) 4. What are the central messages? (Be specific. Use the Mythic or Maslow method.) 5. What were the persuaders’ goals? (Be specific.) 6 What medium (media) and methods of communication was (were) used to convey the messages? (Use oral-aural, visual, ritual, writing, printing, graphics, electronic, analytics, cybernetics, etc.) 7. What were the results of the persuasion efforts? (Provide specifics.) 8. Were the expected goals achieved? (Discuss measurement / evaluation techniques.) 9. Identify some special techniques used by the persuaders. (Use one of the models discussed in class: Mythic, Aristotle, Maslow). 10. What is your own response to this propaganda? (How is this propaganda related to historical and contemporary propaganda?) (How do the persuasion and propaganda efforts address global, internet, social media, and future challenges of the field?)

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JesseCraig
School: Cornell University

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The Persuasion & Propaganda in the 2008 Presidential Election
The US presidential race of 2008 was the 56th quadrennial presidential decision. It was
hung on Tuesday, November 4, 2008. Law based Party candidates Barack Obama.

As the Presidential Election of 2008 methodologies its zenith, the residents of the United
States of America will be progressively assaulted with data and pictures of the presidential
candidates. In any case, most people have never halted to ask themselves, why & for what reason
they are having this experience.

A political battle, similar to legislative issues, has its establishment in influence; their
objective was to persuade the majority to remain behind a specific message or gathering of
messages. In a battle, this goal was refined and centered around motivating voters to promise
their vote to a particular competitor. This was refined through enticing messages advising people
to adjust another conviction or state of mind, or take part in another conduct for their own
advantage. Crusades additionally utilize purposeful publicity, which conveys a message like
influence, yet concentrates on the attractive quality of the activity or conviction to social
gatherings of which the individual was a section. These messages are ordinarily appropriated
through the broad communications, in mediums, for example, daily papers, TV, & the World
Wide Web. Political crusades accomplish something other than convey messages intended to
impact the American open, they give work to the government officials, their staff, & the
correspondents on the battlefield, and above all, they make the voters to have a feeling of
inclusion in the political procedure. While political battles, particularly huge scale Presidential

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crusades, speak to an extraordinary arrangement to Americans this marvel did not occur without
any forethought.
In 2008, both the Wall Street Journal & The New York Times remained with their
rightward inclined perspectives, while adding some new convincing systems to their best stuff.
In the July fifteenth Journal section "As Economy Worsens, Democrats Could Gain", creator
Gerald Seib utilized a pity offer to paint the photo that Sen. John McCain was being punished for
being a Republican amid a monetary subsidence. Seib fortifies the contention of uncalled for
punishment by utilizing positive exchange to ascribe Teddy Roosevelt's ability to utilize
legislative forces to help the economy to McCain. Three days sooner on July 12, The Times
distributed "Amicable Campaigning, Only Not So Much", that showed the individual assaults
through verbally abusing that each crusade was throwing at each other. While both the Obama &
McCain...

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