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  • Perfect Cleanser Ad Analysis

    The Perfect Cleanser Cosmopolitan magazine is for an audience of fashionable women and what is trending now. This magazine is published by Hearst Corporation May 2015. Cosmopolitan was first published in the United States back in the late 80’s. The magazine’s purpose is to demonstrate how women are beautiful through makeup and fashion. Women may feel persuaded to get advice in fashion or love. Most women may find it appealing in different aspects. The advertisement “Simple” located in the beauty section is a facial skincare product for perfect sensitive skin. This product brand originated from the company called Unilever 2015. In this ad for “Simple”, the advertiser utilize repetition language as well as persuasive techniques such as ethos, pathos, and logos. First, the ad speaks for itself in a clear image to get the reader’s attention. The full page of the ad brings to view of a water background. While visually looking at the ad, the bottle look as if it is dropped in clean water. The font color of the words are green exactly like the top on the bottle. When studying this ad, the reader’s eye is instantly drawn to the bottle placed in the middle. As they notice the bubbles attracted to bottle, makes them wonder “will this…

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  • Curley Brown Research Paper

    advertising agency of Kenyon & Eckhardt in 1958 as copywriter and account executive (Hendricks). In 1949, she met the man she would fall in love with and marry. He was film executive, and his name was David Brown. In 1959, they were married, and Brown became Helen’s greatest supporter. He encouraged Gurley to begin writing a book about her single lady days. Sex and the Single Girl was published in 1962. It became an international bestseller and catapulted Gurley to fame and fortune. Brown…

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  • The Cosmopolitan Canopy

    This paper will critically analyze Elijah Anderson’s paper titled “The Cosmopolitan Canopy.” Anderson and I share two things in common; we are both long-time residents of Philadelphia, colloquially known as Philly, and we both have developed deep insight on how individuals behave and react relative to others in public settings. In short, we both study and partake in the field of sociology. In “The Cosmopolitan Canopy”, Anderson argues that immigration, laws, and affirmative action have led to a…

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  • Cosmopolitan Sociability

    Notes: • “Cosmopolitan sociability can arise from the human competencies that create social relations of inclusiveness.” (p399) • Cosmopolitan socialbility derives from social relations of inclusive behaviour of the society’s members. (p399) • Religious behaviours/attidudes can restrict human connectedness because of doctrines restricting relations with others or those with different belief systems opposing their beliefs. (p399) • Growing literature on ‘cosmopolitan turn’ (Rapport & Stade…

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  • Cosmopolitan Publics

    Finally, let me briefly discuss about the theoretical implication of the cosmopolitan publics that I have employed to analyze the Japanese experience of the global Sixties movement. As discussed, the concept was to capture cultural and communicational aspect of the social movements that cuts across the national border. If resituating this concept within the literature of global and transnational sociology, first of all, it was intended to focus on the aspects that have been neglected in the…

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  • The Cosmopolitan Canopy Analysis

    In Elijah Anderson’s The Cosmopolitan Canopy, he delves into the diverse city of Philadelphia and observes how people of different ethnicities and backgrounds experience and interact with each other, as well as the city itself. Many areas of the city are segregated, whether it be by socioeconomic status, race, or background. However, within the city, there are many areas of harmony. Elijah Anderson calls these pockets, “cosmopolitan canopies”. A cosmopolitan canopy is viewed as public space in…

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  • Cosmopolitan Canopies Analysis

    In 2011, Elijah Anderson went out into various regions of Philadelphia in order to draw conclusions about modern race relations in an urban environment. He set out to confirm the existence of cosmopolitan canopies, “settings that offer a respite from the lingering tensions of urban life and an opportunity for diverse peoples to come together” (Anderson xiv). While his experience of Philadelphia as a black man is different than mine as a white woman, I believe cosmopolitan canopies can be…

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  • The Cosmopolitan Canopy, By Elijah Anderson

    Elijah Anderson, author of The Cosmopolitan Canopy, introduces and discusses the concept of the “cosmopolitan canopy.” Also, how Philadelphians are divided into two different types of human beings, the open minded people who he calls cosmopolitan and the closed minded who he calls ethnocentric. In Addition, Anderson targets how different types of ethnic groups live in the cities of Philadelphia and what areas these individuals are more prone to be racially segregated or not. Rittenhouse Square…

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  • Rousseau's Theory Of Cosmopolitan Democracy

    Rousseau and cosmopolitan democracy. Both theories form nations and have specific guidelines for a nation to follow. Rousseau based his theories on the Spartans and Romans of ancient time. He studied the small nation-states and their developments, and found characteristics that made them prosperous. While, the theory of cosmopolitan democracy is a response from an ever changing global climate during the Cold War. With more and more states interacting and having direct influence; cosmopolitan…

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  • Cosmopolitan Canopy Research Paper

    Ramsey Parra Sociology 150 Professor Loughlin 10/08/16 The idea of a Cosmopolitan Canopy, a term defined by sociologist Elijah Anderson, has been used to describe various locations throughout the greater New York City area. In this setting, people of color have a tendency to be to some degree calm and now and again even vivified in their presentation of self. Many of them are part of the working class, but there is a larger amount of them than white people. Ultimately, individuals of both…

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