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FLN propaganda in France during the Algerian War ePub download

by Jacques Ellul

  • Author: Jacques Ellul
  • ISBN: 0969011113
  • ISBN13: 978-0969011118
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  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: By Books (1982)
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FLN propaganda in France during the Algerian War ePub download

Bibliographic notes on methodology: on political propaganda, see Jacques Ellul, Histoire de la propagande (Paris: PUF . eds) The Algerian War and the French Army, 1954–62. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Bibliographic notes on methodology: on political propaganda, see Jacques Ellul, Histoire de la propagande (Paris: PUF, 1990) andGoogle Scholar. Jean-Marie Domenach, La propagande politique (Paris: PUF, 1973); on visual imagery and propaganda, see Fabrice d’Almeida, Images et propagande (Paris: Casterman, 1995), p. 191, andGoogle Scholar. Laurent Gervereau, La propagande par l’affiche (Paris: Syros, 1991), p. 60. oogle Scholar. 1057/9780230500952 12.

Jacques Ellul, a philosopher and sociologist at the University of Bordeaux, has focused .

Jacques Ellul, a philosopher and sociologist at the University of Bordeaux, has focused much attention on the use of propaganda and the formation of attitudes. Ellul has also written a short booklet on FLN propaganda entitled FLN Propaganda in France during the Algerian War, published in 1982 where he discusses the FLN‘s use of propaganda in métropole France. Souvenirs and memoires have also mentioned in passing the use of propaganda. In My Battle of Algiers, a memoire by Ted Morgan, the author discusses his time serving in the French Army in Algerian war.

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The FLN also established a strong organization in France to oppose the MNA.

Jacques Ellul, historian, theologian, and sociologist, is one of the foremost and widely known contemporary critics of modern technological society. Born in Bordeaux, France, Ellul received a doctorate in the history of law and social science in 1936 from the University of Bordeaux

Jacques Ellul, historian, theologian, and sociologist, is one of the foremost and widely known contemporary critics of modern technological society. Born in Bordeaux, France, Ellul received a doctorate in the history of law and social science in 1936 from the University of Bordeaux. In 1947 he was appointed professor of social history at the University of Bordeaux, remaining there until his retirement in 1980.

About Jacques Ellul: Baptised Catholic, Ellul became an atheist and Marxist at 19, and a Christian of the . During his Marxist days, he was a member of the French Communist Party. During World War II, he fought with the French Underground against the Nazi occupation of France.

About Jacques Ellul: Baptised Catholic, Ellul became an atheist and Marxist at 19, and a Christian of the Reformed Church at 22. During his Marxist days . Educated at the Universities of Bordeaux and Paris, he taught Sociology and the History of Law at the Universities of Strausbourg and Montpellier. In 1946 he returned to Bordeaux where he lived, wrote, served as Mayor, and taught until his death in 1994.

Vintage Books, 1973, paperback. pxviii In the midst of increasing mechanization and technological organization, propaganda is simply the means used to prevent these things from being felt as too oppressive and to persuade man to submit with good grace. pxiii Public and human relations. When man will be fully adapted to this technological society, when he will end by obeying with enthusiasm, convinced of the excellence of what he is forced to do, the constraint of the organization will no longer be felt by him; the truth is, it will no longer be a constraint, and the police will have nothing to do.

The book contains Ellul's theories about the nature of propaganda to adapt the individual to a society, to a living standard and to an activity aiming to make the individual serve and conform. ark:/13960/t4bp3wq7k.