Propaganda Is Now Officially Hip (Updated)

As if propaganda was ever out of style, graphic designers comment on the value of a good, eye-catching (or mind-catching) piece of information meant to propagate support for an idea or person (H/T A. Sullivan).  Meanwhile, someone else is looking to make a few bucks describing one of the many domestic propaganda machines. 

Recommended Books on the subject you may not have read (not in any particular order):

Less recommended are the following containing interesting discussions and observations on the media’s role in (mostly domestic) persuasion and influence:

Promoted from the comments is a recommendation from Tim Stevens of Ubiwar:

And an example of how U.S. domestic policy can change due to the global information environment:

2 thoughts on “Propaganda Is Now Officially Hip (Updated)

  1. What’s with all the “weapons of mass…” titles? They’re trying to spin off my subject-matter field! Bastards!

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