Difference between revisions of "Persuasion"

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==  General <ref name=OxfordPer >[https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/persuasion Oxford Dictionaries: Persuasion]</ref> ==
==  General <ref name=OxfordPer >[https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/persuasion Oxford Dictionaries: Persuasion]</ref> ==


* The action or [[process]] of persuading someone or of being persuaded to do or believe something.
* The action or process of persuading someone or of being persuaded to do or believe something.
* Belief or set of beliefs, especially religious or political ones.
* Belief or set of beliefs, especially religious or political ones.
* A group or sect holding a particular religious belief.
* A group or sect holding a particular religious belief.
* ''Humorous'':  Sort, kind, or nature.  
* ''Humorous'':  Sort, kind, or nature.  


== [[Psychology]] ==
== Psychology==


* Umbrella term for influence. Persuasion [[method]]s are referred to as persuasion [[tactics]] or persuasion [[strategies]]. Persuasion involves [[force]]. Robert Cialdini <ref name=WikiCaldini >[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Cialdini%20Wikipedia:%20Robert%20Cialdini Wikipedia: Robert Cialindini]</ref> describes <ref name=WikiPerMethods >[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persuasion#Methods%20Wikipedia:%20Persuasion%20methods six methods of persuasion]</ref> , which he calls universal principles.
* Umbrella term for influence. Persuasion methods are referred to as persuasion tactics or persuasion strategies. Persuasion involves force. Robert Cialdini <ref name=WikiCaldini >[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Cialdini%20Wikipedia:%20Robert%20Cialdini Wikipedia: Robert Cialindini]</ref> describes <ref name=WikiPerMethods >[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persuasion#Methods%20Wikipedia:%20Persuasion%20methods six methods of persuasion]</ref> , which he calls universal principles.
   
   
== Marketing ==
== Marketing ==
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* [[List of psyops]]
* [[List of psyops]]
* [[History of PsyOps Technology]]
* [[History of PsyOps Technology]]
* [[Narrative management]]
* [[Conspiracy narrative]]
* [[Conspiracy narrative]]
* [[:Category:Fakeology Technology Research | Fakeology Technology Research]]


= References =
= References =
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[[Category:Glossary]]
[[Category:Glossary]]
[[Category:Fakeology Technology Research]]
[[Category:Fakeology Theory]]

Latest revision as of 15:06, 16 July 2018

Persuasion
Type 1 Fakeology Theory
Type 2 Glossary
Category
Topics
Information
Cluesforum
Fakeologist

General [1]

  • The action or process of persuading someone or of being persuaded to do or believe something.
  • Belief or set of beliefs, especially religious or political ones.
  • A group or sect holding a particular religious belief.
  • Humorous: Sort, kind, or nature.

Psychology

  • Umbrella term for influence. Persuasion methods are referred to as persuasion tactics or persuasion strategies. Persuasion involves force. Robert Cialdini [2] describes [3] , which he calls universal principles.

Marketing

  • Persuasion marketing [4] applies scientific knowledge of the human psychology to develop techniques to market products or services.

Fakeology


See also

References

Fakeologist


Cluesforum


Hoaxbusters


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