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    weddings were, especially celebrity weddings. Now, I know what you 're going to say: “Why are you hating on rich people? It 's their money, they can do what they want!” I won 't disagree with you. Heck,…

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    Dissertation Proposal “Celebrity Culture and Mass Marketing” A proposed study on the effects of celebrity culture on consumer perception and behaviour; and how this is affecting the marketing techniques being used by UK businesses Contents…

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    Fieldwork Excursion #4 Activity #1: Gender & Sexuality: Pop and Pulp The magazines I chose to represent list one for this assignment are People and Cosmopolitan and representative of list two are Vibe and Relevant. People magazine is a weekly magazine that showcases celebrity and human-interest stories. Cosmopolitan is a monthly magazine for women that features articles on relationships, sex, beauty, health and more. Vibe is a strictly online magazine that highlights R&B and hip hop artists,…

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    Celebrity endorsements are gigantic part of the advertising companies by using models and rappers as walking advertisements. Jingles have a way of dancing into the heads of everyone across the country. Popular slogans can help identify and draw attention to a certain brand or company. These strategies put together can make one unstoppable advertising…

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    think he really anticipated our surveillance society with its reality TV and social media culture,” says Jon Davies, curator of TIFF’s flagship exhibition Andy Warhol: Stars of the Silver Screen. Different than Andy Warhol Revisited’s exhibit of his well-known pop art collection, Stars of the Silver Screen invites exhibition goers to walk through the muses and memorabilia that fuelled Warhol’s fascination with celebrities. Like flipping through the endless pages of a scrapbook, watching home…

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    The musical Singin’ In The Rain was an enjoyable experience that had myself laughing and following along with the classical music hits. Being completely honest, I’m not a person who would go to a musical on my own freewill, plays just never had my interest. I remember as a kid, my best friend was into musical movies, so had to sit through Chicago and even Singin’ In The Rain and pretended to like them. However, viewing this musical in college with young students as the actors it seemed more…

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    In the market, companies are always fighting to get new and more customers. These companies don’t sell the same products but there’s still a rivalry between them : who’s going to attract the most customers. That’s the case of these two companies : Apple and Activision, which both of them produce technology supplies to customers : electronic goods for the first company and for the second, video games. Both of these companies’s ad are videos, but they show different approaches of advertising.…

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    that aired during the super bowl used rhetorical appeals and celebrity cameos as well as other rhetorical strategies to seem professional and relatable to the audience in order to effectively sell its product to the audience. The advertisement featured the voice of Alexa losing her voice while assisting the owner of an Alexa product. Then, the executives at Alexa corporation had various celebrities take over as the voice of Alexa. This went disastrously, and the commercial ended with Alexa…

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    Celebrity Influence

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    Not only do media outlets portray celebrities to young people, but electronics play a part as well; music being the key factor. Music that a celebrity creates also influences a teen’s behavior. If one were to listen to an artist whose music is full of profanity and vulgar language, more than likely that teen will follow what that artist is promoting. For example, a lot of young girls today look up to the musician Nicki Minaj; some even think of her as the hip hop version of Lady Gaga, another…

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    Evil In The Music Industry

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    Naomi Whittemore Professor Castelluber ENG105-Winter 6 March 2016 Evil in the Music Industry One of the oldest dilemmas that has plagued the music industry are rumors that it is controlled by evil. When hearing this, many people write it off as another crazy conspiracy theory, but is it really? Well, come to think of it, music does make up a huge part of our lives. It’s played in the car, on TV shows, commercials, serves as a mood enhancer or depressor, even our favorite movies have some of the…

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