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Kylie Jenner Lip Tutorial
Background Information
This was a video created by Jenna Marbles for YouTube. Posted Jan 8, 2015. She offers a humorous attack on beauty vloggers. She is making a statement, trying to say that beauty bloggers are dumb or ignorant to health and safety issues.
Technique Used
Attack Opponents
This is propaganda because
it attacks opponents using humor.

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    CAROLINE_DESTROYER
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 02:55
    CAROLINE_DESTROYER
    This is propaganda because this is dangerous to the health of people. This clearly is not the right or even safe way to get bigger lips. The method to getting big lips was made to be a joke and therefore misleading. However, this propaganda uses ethos, since a live tutorial was presented by the person themselves for the viewers,. In addition, the person demonstrating it is a famous YouTuber, which gives credibility.
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    Lauren
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 03:17
    Lauren
    The can be considered propaganda because it biased and misleading information that is being used to promote or publicize a particular point of view that could ultimately cause harm (embarrassment) to someone watching and taking it seriously.
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    JessieW
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 03:23
    JessieW
    This tutorial video uses a false premise because it is not an actual tutorial its meant to be sarcastic. this is a type of editorial and not propaganda. She also uses satire to prove her point in the video.
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    Brittnee J
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 03:25
    Brittnee J
    This is a very rude and disturbing video. By posting this to YouTube and having children who will believe what she does can make it harmful to viewers. It shows that she doesn't really care even though she actually might.
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    Aleah Denae
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 03:25
    Aleah Denae
    To me this video is hilarious because I'm an avid beauty guru watcher on YouTube and while her points may be portraying beauty bloggers to be dumb or just ridiculous many on YouTube model their videos like this. I don't believe this video is that harmful because her use of parody is comical and entertaining, and she doesn't directly call anyone out on doing this. While she does use the logical fallacy, hasty generalization, by indirectly grouping all beauty bloggers together by broad personality traits, she does it in a comedic way where people really shouldn't take offense too it.
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    Clifton189
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 03:30
    Clifton189
    this propaganda is harmful because it misleading people to go to the extent of harming themselves to get lips that are just like someone else's although it is physically impossible. Making it false. This is an example of Ethos due to Jenna Marbles being a famous youtuber so people would actually consider doing the things demonstrated in the video because she is sponsoring it.
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    Adrianna
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 03:30
    Adrianna
    This tutorial is propaganda that uses satire to share the video creator, Jenna's, point of view on make up tutorials to get Kylie Jenner's lips. This video is use to persuade her viewers that this lip fad is ridiculous and that her viewers shouldn't waste time trying to perfect this fad. This video although satirical, uses glittering generalities, showing that everyone that does this lip style looks ridiculous, where that isn't the case for everyone.
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    Avery
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 03:34
    Avery
    This video is very judgmental and not to mention hurtful. I get that it's a joke, but I don't like the fact that the youtuber contradicted herself by making such an exaggerated tutorial just to turn around and say that she likes Kylie Jenner's lips. People tend to forget that celebrities have feelings just like typical every day people. When you take a step back and look at all the comments and jokes made about Kylie Jenner's lips, you'll realize that its blatant bullying. This video shouldn't be supported.
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    IsisC
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 03:40
    IsisC
    This video really cant be considered harmful to beauty bloggers or Kylie Jenner because she does not say anything derogatory towards either she is just mocking the videos for entertainment and comedy purposes. She does use fallacies like ad misericordiam when using glue instead of other lip products because they have no relation and red herring when her input of oral sex had nothing to do with the lip topic.
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    caz
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 03:41
    caz
    This video is strongly ethos because it is representing a person in society that has these perfect lips that girls should try to strive for. This video is very humorous and also sarcastic which is overall a satirical form of propaganda.
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    Birnela Heganovic
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 06:31
    Birnela Heganovic
    This is harmful because it is using humor to target individuals who make beauty vlogs and viewers who want to know how to make their lips appear bigger without getting any plastic surgery. This is also harmful because it is attacking Kylie Jenner and making fun of the size of her lips and what someone can do to have the same look as her. This is using ethos to get the viewer to feel a certain way.
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    Emma M
    Tue, 02/09/2016 - 06:39
    Emma M
    This is a form of propaganda against Kylie Jenner Lip tutorial bloggers. Hasty generalizations were used in the form of a visual representation to show the obstacles and unnatural ways to get lips like Kylie Jenner. Many beauty bloggers and viewers idolize kylie Jenner's lips. Jenna Marbles, the producer of this video wanted to reach out and express her opinion on the matter.
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    weston costello
    Mon, 02/22/2016 - 13:59
    weston costello
    I believe that this just shows the ignorance in the lives of many trying to show one is better then the other just based on looks or on the things that they buy or about the rules and regulations that they follow.
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    tliddle
    Wed, 11/08/2017 - 06:56
    tliddle
    I can see how this could be perceived as a harmful attack on opponents, but I don't completely agree with that. I'd say I'm about 70% there. I know that Jenna Marbles is a comedian and she just wants to make funny YouTube videos (from what I've seen on her YouTube and other social media platforms over the years) so I think this is just her way of poking fun at beauty vlogging? I don't think that it discredits other beauty vloggers or makes them seem stupid. I would still watch beauty tutorials on YouTube and probably never think of this video again.

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