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8/31/15 notes Comm 330

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Introduction to Public Relations
Professor Samoylenko

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There are mainly audio notes of a video featured. It is about Edward Bernays, who is known as being the father of Public Relations. It goes into how psychology and propaganda are intertwined. These...
Introduction to Public Relations
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Date Created: 09/04/15
Comm 330 83115 Public relations in the early days involved propaganda and a lot of psychology A lot of the targeted messages were based on making people feel good Example of this is IITorches of Freedom that allowed women to smoke publicly because it represented the women39s equality movement The father of public relations is Edward Bernays the nephew of Sigmund Freud Bernays based his idea on the fact that people are either irrational or more likely to act on their primal not intellectual side Elements of this was used during FDR39s presidential reign in the US and Hitler39s years as chancellor of Germany Public relations plays an immense role in shaping how people think


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