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Who Invented Celebrities- The Art of Mass Manipulation ?

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Asked by azam khan, 16 Dec '13 03:11 pm
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Edward Bernays is called "The Father of Spin" for a reason. He practically invented mass manipulation techniques that are still used on us today to influence our decisions, not just our purchasing decisions, but even our political choices as well!

It was him who said: "If you could use propaganda for war you could certainly use it for peace. Propaganda got to be a bad word because of the Germans using it, so what I did was try to find some other words, so we found the word "Council on Public Relations". It was the first time the term had ever been used.
Edward Bernays legacy of deception and mass manipulation still lives on today and we're all falling for it exactly like our gullible great-grandparents.

Since the end of the 19th century, America had become a mass industrial society with millions clustered together in the cities. Bernays was determined to find a way to manage and alter the way these new crowds thought and felt for the benefit of the corporations that were trying ...more
Answered by Ajeebdastan, 16 Dec '13 03:15 pm

 
  
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Edward Bernays
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 21 Dec '13 03:12 pm

 
  
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The sycophants.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 16 Dec '13 03:18 pm

 
  
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Edward Bernays is called "The Father of Spin" for a reason. He practically invented mass manipulation techniques
Answered by Stone Heart, 16 Dec '13 03:14 pm

 
  
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Edward Bernays is called "The Father of Spin" for a reason. He practically invented mass manipulation techniques that are still used on us today to influence our decisions, not just our purchasing decisions, but even our political choices as well.
It was him who said: "If you could use propaganda for war you could certainly use it for peace. Propaganda got to be a bad word because of the Germans using it, so what I did was try to find some other words, so we found the word "Council on Public Relations". It was the first time the term had ever been used.
Since the end of the 19th century, America had become a mass industrial society with millions clustered together in the cities. Bernays was determined to find a way to manage and alter the way these new crowds thought and felt for the benefit of the corporations that were trying to sell their products to them.
To do this he turned to the writings of his Uncle Sigmund Freud. He began to formulate the idea that you had to play to peopl ...more
Answered by vedprakash sharma, 16 Dec '13 07:04 pm

 
  
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Edward Bernays is called "The Father of Spin" for a reason. He practically invented mass manipulation techniques that are still used on us today to influence our decisions, not just our purchasing decisions, but even our political choices as well!

It was him who said: "If you could use propaganda for war you could certainly use it for peace. Propaganda got to be a bad word because of the Germans using it, so what I did was try to find some other words, so we found the word "Council on Public Relations". It was the first time the term had ever been used.
Edward Bernays legacy of deception and mass manipulation still lives on today and we're all falling for it exactly like our gullible great-grandparents.

Since the end of the 19th century, America had become a mass industrial society with millions clustered together in the cities. Bernays was determined to find a way to manage and alter the way these new crowds thought and felt for the benefit of the corporations that were trying ...more
Answered by muslimah, 16 Dec '13 03:12 pm

 
  
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