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  • American Magazine Case Study

    Today, 89 percent of magazines sold in Canada are foreign, most of which are American. ( From Class Material). Just imagine this statement, it seems Canadian people depend on foreign entertainment. Globalization played a major role to take in this case. What I believe is that head of the country always try to save the country with any cost. But in this case is little different, Canada and America are neighbor country. What I feel is that America always see Canada is one of their States. I could be wrong here. As I mentioned earlier that Canadian government will try to save the country from financial and cultural lose. Now every country has set of rules and regulation and at the same time you have to keep good relationship with your neighbor…

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  • The American Legion Magazine Analysis

    Alan W Dowd published a commentary about the close relationship between the United States and Great Britain as being the cornerstone of a peaceful world in ‘The American Legion Magazine”December 2016.Since the article is published in “The American Legion Magazine,” the readers are assumed to be veterans and patriotic. This magazine could also be found on tables in medical office waiting rooms so it would not be considered to be exclusive. The article is inclusive to any audience that may be…

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  • Happiness In The Alchemist

    Paul Coelho stressed that “Whatever you decide to do make sure that it makes you happy.” The pursuit of happiness is shown in the novel The Alchemist, written by Paul Coelho, and the New York Times “The Pursuit of Unhappiness” by Darrin McMahon. In The Alchemist, a young shepherd named Santiago decides to leave his current lifestyle after having his dreams read by a gypsy, and travels the world to find the Pyramids of Egypt and its treasure. Coelho encourages his readers to follow their dreams…

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  • Comparison Of Body Image And The Media

    When speaking of body image and the media, first thing that comes to mind is how our bodies should be portrayed to keep up with new trends and body styles. This is shown simply through all sorts of magazine outlets, some such as vibes, Herbalife, victory secret, fashion and GQ. Media has a great way in portraying what the ideal body representation should be and it is mainly advertised through most of our icons and celebrities. In the process of constructing my consciousness raising group,…

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  • Sex, Lies, & Advertising By Gloria Steinam

    How often do you get drawn to an advertisement because the first thing that you see is a pretty and hot women? Magazines have been around for several decades but even though only a few people reads them, they still influence old and modern day society. The article, “Sex, Lies, & Advertising” by Gloria Steinam tries to offer a better understanding into the magazine industry and how they operate. Steinam talks about how all magazine companies uses feminism to sale their product. She explains that…

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  • The Role Of Stereotypes In Advertising

    To make an image be perfect or stand out in the crowd, a bit of photo manipulation needs to occur. Many people do not realize how significantly advertisements have changed the original image to sell their product. Glamour, a fashion magazine, conducted a survey about their readers’ opinions about advertisements with photoshopped images (Seigal 29). There were 1000 women who answered the survey. When the data was collected, the process of editing small areas of flawed skin, flyaway hair, and…

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  • Fashion Magazine Analysis

    texts are everywhere and have a huge influence on people in distinct areas all over the world. In terms of fashion magazines, it is one of the most influential media texts that affect young females’ everyday life. It has been introduced to people for over a hundred years and it impacts them greatly on their fashion choices, lifestyle and the most importantly, their values (Bowerman, 2015). As one of the most popular magazines globally, Vogue was founded in 1892 by Arthur Turnure. The magazine’s…

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  • Assess The Importance Of Literacy Essay In 150 Words

    writing in both languages. For some reason, people liked it! I, on the other hand, was not sure why, nor whether it was something I wanted to pursue. However, one summer I went with my family to Orlando Florida, and around then it was the first time I laid eye on American fashion magazines: Vogue and In Style. I was totally charmed in pursuing all there is to pursuit, it took me 3 to 4 hours to finish reading that first one, and still to this day I take at least two hours to finish a magazine…

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  • Advertisement Analysis: Seventeen Magazine

    Every ad that appears within a magazine always has some kind of purpose or intention for the readers. Most advertisements that are put in magazines are to persuade the readers of the magazine to want to buy the product being sold. A great amount of thought goes behind these ads to make it appealing to the eye and to control where the eyes move around the ad. In one particular magazine by the name of “Seventeen Magazine” the publishers first grab the readers attention by having Nina Dobret on the…

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  • How Did Canadian Magazines Protect American Culture

    motivated. Canadians placed taxes on magazines in 1920 on foreign magazines, then with technology came split run editions that they again added more tax. They placed policies on split run magazines 80 percent of magazine needed to be Canadian based content. This tax in my opinion was not based on keeping their culture it was motivation to charge a fee or tax, to profit from since sales were down on their local magazines. The Canadian culture has integrated some of the American culture just…

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