"Card-stacking" is a technique to exaggerate a position, often through the manipulation or omission of information. For example, when the mayor of a community shows up at an event and uses the opportunity to take over th... More » Hobbies & Games Card Games

Card-stacking propaganda is when only one side of an issue is showcased, and the other side is not mentioned or played down. It is frequently used in advertising, such as when commercials for a product only show positive... More » World View Social Sciences Psychology

Ads in which one political candidate dramatically misrepresents an opponent's policies or where a company displays a polished image of its product next to a less-flattering image of a competitor's product count as card-s... More »

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