Find an example of propaganda in the play and explain what technique is being used. relate the example to a modern example of propaganda that uses the same technique. your example can be either broad or specific, but you will need to research the modern example and its technique. use these best practices for online research. these questions may you draw comparisons between your examples:
what does each propaganda example attempt to accomplish?
how do the examples try to get their point across?
are the goals of each propaganda example vastly different? if so, how are they alike despite using the same technique?
We can relate the fact that Elizabeth is the owner of the doll that caused Abigail problems and generated a rumor about Elizabeth being a witch, with the bandwagon advertisement.
Bandwagon is a modern example of advertising widely used in the advertising sector and even in political advertising. It refers to the fact of convincing an individual, or a group of individuals, to adopt a certain thought or product under the influence of colleagues, an influential group, or a majority. This type of advertising is very influential, because it makes an individual adopt the thoughts of a group that has an interest, so as not to be left out, or not to feel out of place, abandoned, against.
In the crucible play, this type of propaganda can be observed at the moment when a rumor is generated about Elisabeth being a witch and having caused Abigail harm through her doll, this rumor ends up influencing the citizens of the city to believe that Elizabeth was not. a good person which ended up causing her murder.