Trump's appeal to fear
and his dire warnings about the country being overrun by dangerous foreigners, and the violence and economic disaster that would accompany a Democratic victory, succeeded in energizing Republican voters.
Certainly you can appeal to fear
as a catalyst for change, noting the dire consequences of non-compliance with regulations specific to your industry and the more-sweeping ones of privacy on an international scale.
Others, in the end, say there are only two: You appeal to hope; or you appeal to fear
However, his response was to appeal to fear
, anger and prejudice and to propose inconsistent, illogical solutions.
My "appeal to fear
campaigns" always include a message on how to prevent the injury in order to influence that behavior change.
I earnestly hope that both sides in the referendum debate will rise above this kind of appeal to fear
. To independence we may say Yes or No - but to Trident we say No.
They frequently appeal to fear
(of terrorists), resentment (of liberals and welfare cheats), and anger (at our first black president, at "socialized medicine," at federal bureaucrats).
Others said it could encourage people to harass or victimise their neighbours and made an undue appeal to fear
Appeal to fear
: Threats "do not provide real choice," the book explains, "and thus they are not really reasons for agreement--even if they are sometimes successful in gaining compliance."
Bolster strategies common in mass media include propaganda, appeal to fear
and pity, ad hominem, popular opinion, public opinion polling, and persuasive definitions.
News & World Report, "The issues of life and marriage are crucial, but the appeal to fear
or hatred is not a Christian approach."
But the Advertising Standard Authority said its bid to win back customers used an "undue appeal to fear