Propaganda Techniques

appeal to tradition - suggesting that a long-standing practice must be better than newer alternatives and that abandoning it could have detrimental implications.

Also based on the "mere exposure effect," where people tend to favor what they’re familiar with, since the unknown can seem frightening and uncomfortable.


31:38: appeal to traditionsee definition - suggesting that a long-standing practice must be better than newer alternatives and that abandoning it could have detrimental implications.
: Of going back to not teaching about sex or sexuality in schools.

49:48: appeal to traditionsee definition - suggesting that a long-standing practice must be better than newer alternatives and that abandoning it could have detrimental implications.
: Of using gender pronouns strictly according to someone's assigned sex at birth.

40:34: appeal to traditionsee definition - suggesting that a long-standing practice must be better than newer alternatives and that abandoning it could have detrimental implications.
: Of going back to honoring the Christian faith and traditions in public spaces.