Propaganda in Popular Music
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The paper relates that propaganda and mass persuasion are present in all forms of media, including pop music. The paper looks at the history of propaganda, mass media and pop music and shows how and why mass persuasion exists in pop music. The paper also identifies those who listen to pop music and why they are attracted to it. The paper discusses how by limiting media exposure and being aware of media techniques used to brand and market pop stars, we can make educated choices.
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