Definitions for "Propaganda"
Hence, any organization or plan for spreading a particular doctrine or a system of principles.
an extreme form of written or spoken persuasion intended to influence the reader or listener strongly, though sometimes subtly, and usually by one-sided rather than objective arguments. speaking or writing that attempts to persuade listeners or readers to accept a particular point of view, either good or bad depending on the speaker's or writer's intent, as advertising propaganda to sell soap.
The promotion of specific ideas or views, often political in nature.
Keywords:  album, mertens, mael, susanne, freytag
Propaganda was a synthpop group formed in Düsseldorf, Germany in the early 1980s by Ralf Dörper (a member of the German industrial band Die Krupps), Andreas Thein and Susanne Freytag. The trio recorded some demos for future release. With the inclusion of classicaly trained musician and composer Michael Mertens and 19-year old vocalist Claudia Brücken, now a five-member band, journalist Paul Morley signed the band to Trevor Horn's ZTT Records label.
Propaganda is the fourth album by Sparks. The title track is a short a capella song with multiple overdubs from Russell Mael.
Propaganda was a 2 disc greatest hits album released by the metalcore band Aftershock. It is made up of their two albums; Letters and Through the Looking Glass (Aftershock album), their Five Steps From Forever EP and a few rare tracks.
Edward Bernays, the author of Propaganda, defined a practioner of the profession of "counsel on public relations" as a "practicing social scientist" whose "competence is like that of the industrial engineer, the management engineer, or the investment counselor in their respective fields." He states that to assist clients, public relations counselors use and apply their understanding of behavioral sciences such as anthropology, history, social psychology, and sociology.
A congregation of cardinals, established in 1622, charged with the management of missions.
The college of the Propaganda, instituted by Urban VIII. (1623-1644) to educate priests for missions in all parts of the world.
Any form of communication in support of national objectives designed to influence the opinions, emotions, attitudes, or behavior of any group in order to benefit the sponsor, either directly or indirectly. (JCS Pub 1-02)
Keywords:  talk, tall
Tall talk.
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see Appendix E
Information provided by individuals or groups that have a vested interest in furthering their own cause or damaging an opposing one.