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using positive or negative imagery in order to make one feel the same about the issue.
an appeal to credibility; uses experts or attacks to prove if a view or person is trusted.
the group of people an ad is trying to convince or persuade
an appeal to one’s emotions; can be either positive or negative emotions
using vague language with no proof to make a positive or negative point.
the characteristics used by advertisers to sort people into groups.
suggests something is common sense and appeals to the “average Joe.
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an appeal to logic and reason; gives facts and evidence to prove a point.
using experts or celebrities to give an issue or candidate more credibility.
using facts, evidence, and data to show only one side of the story.
argues that since a viewpoint is popular, the viewer should hold to it.
making attacks on the opposing side; can be directed at position or character.
suggest an issue or candidate only appeals to elites; can be used as positive or negative.

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