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Public Relation and Propaganda

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Hey people, Do you know Propaganda is a biased information or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view. Today we gonna be taking about propaganda and public relations. Public relations are a strategic communication process that builds mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and their public. This organization includes the government and businesses. Proposal is basically information, ideas, or rumours deliberately spread widely to help or harm a person, group, movement, institution, nation, etc. so how do proposal harm people? Because it’s misleading. Propaganda can be used to change a mindset of people, which is every dangerous. They are many type of propaganda. Please find time to read from this link https://quizlet.com/2472312/7-types-of-propaganda-flash-cards/

Public relation on the other hand is the relationship an organization maintains with the public. The public or community is the biggest partners every organization will want to own and control. Some achieved the dream through propaganda. Public relation and propaganda are two different thing. Some of the differences will be discuss in the next paragraph.

The main difference is Propaganda uses lies, half-truths, misinformation, one-sided arguments and inflammatory rhetoric to influence the public’s attitude toward a cause, ideal or, usually, a political agenda.

Public relations uses truth if, for no other reason, their claims can be checked. PR relies on logic, facts and sometimes emotions to spread information between an organization or individual and its public information to promote products, services and build good will for the organizations offering them.

In conclusion, propaganda is used in many governmental organizations and businesses. Away from that remember that we Yes we can!!! Stay away from trouble.

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