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Journalism 221--Psychological Warfare and Propaganda, 1932 - 1974

 Sub-Series — Box: 4-5, Folder: 274-327, Box: 1-3

Scope and Contents

The Psychological Warfare and Propaganda course covered how the media has been used to sway public opinion in a variety of settings. Students examined the methods the military, governments, intelligence agencies, international U.S. broadcasts, and other sources used in an attempt to persuade others to support their goals and causes. Items in ths subseries consist of student work on a couple of projects including a mock propaganda piece by Philippe Labro, course syllabi, class handouts and project rubrics, lecutre notes, and other materials related to the course.


  • Other: 1932 - 1974


Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open to research use.


From the Series: 8.8 Linear Feet (This series is primarily contained in large and medium size archival storage boxes. Additionally, there are two boxes of Newspaper Clippings related to the Lee Memorial Journalism Foundation and other aspects of the department that are stored separately from the rest of the series.)

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Repository Details

Part of the Washington and Lee University, University Library Special Collections and Archives Repository

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Lexington VA 24450 USA