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Persuasion : the theory and practice of manipulative communication / by George N. Gordon.

1st ed.. New York : Hastings House, 1971.
ISBN 0803857748, 9780803857742

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Subjects Beeinflussung.
Communication -- Social aspects.
Manipulative behavior.
Persuasion (Psychology)
Series Communication arts books.
Studies in public communication.
Description xvii, 558 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 531-536) and index.
Contents pt. I. Backgrounds. The nature of communications -- Symbols and symbolism -- Communicating intention -- History and mystery -- part II. Logical perspectives. Technological life-styles -- Mass culture as persuasion -- The making of a consumer -- Political persuasion -- Education, indoctrination, and training -- Nations and other territories -- Merchants of God -- part III. Psychological perspectives. Motives, perceptions and men -- Attitudes, opinions, and beliefs -- The power of fear -- The power of sex -- The power of love -- The power of laughter -- The power of power -- part IV. Contemporary dynamics. "The crowd" revisited -- Illusions -- Women -- Youth -- Violence -- Blacks -- Law and order -- Censorship -- part V. Humanistic persuasion. Persuasion and prophecy -- Persuasion and survival.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)217292
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WorldCat Identities Gordon, George N.
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