Types of Propaganda

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Another categorization distinguishes between "fast" and "slow" propaganda operations, based on the type of media employed and the immediacy of the effect desired. Fast media are designed to exert a short-term impact on public opinion, while the use of slow media cultivates public opinion over the long period. Fast media typically include radio, newspapers, speeches, television, moving pictures, and e-mail and internet. These forms of communication are able to exert an almost instantaneous effect on selected audiences.

Books, cultural exhibitions, and educational exchanges and activities, on the other hand are slow media that seek to inculcate ideas and attitudes over time.

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