It is the emergence of mass media which makes possible the use of propaganda techniques on a societal scale.
Darragh Dandurand Friedman is in her last year of undergraduate studies at Temple University where her focus is on media literacy education and gender identity. She has a background in multi-media production and practices editing, photography and videography as a freelancer. Darragh has won several awards for her documentary work, including the title of National Young Woman of Distinction from Girl Scouts USA. With her diverse interests, she encourages intersections between production and critique through workshops and public speaking engagements. Darragh is also an active feminist, and often works with non-profits that champion education for girls and women. Her future plans are to work in academia as a researcher and possibly a professor, but also hopes to keep a foot in the world of media production as well.
Her work can be viewed at: DarraghDF.wordpress.com