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    typically found in most fast food chains in the Americas and Europe. Hamburgers are an extremely popular dish across many nations, and there are many sociological reasons that the dish is favored, in addition to the arguably almost addictive ingredients and chemical additives added in the most popular servings of this dish. Despite the many qualities of the current hamburger industry that warrant thinking that its popularity is merely due to the ingredients used in this dish, the reality is that a lot of social forces have contributed to the popularity of this dish across the world. Although the popularity of the hamburger…

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    usually attempt to sell items that we want even if we don 't need them, so advertisers spend money on the things that consumer want those. A majority of what advertisers sell consists of customer items like cars, clothing, food and services that people desire to own. Many families complain about TV commercials as an offensive way for companies to attack family values and push them to consume advertised products.TV commercial has made an excellent, consistent, strong track record of supporting…

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    Today, fast food has emerged as an extremely popular food option for many people. It appeals to all ages and demographics being both convenient and cheap. Compared to traditional restaurants with order-in menus and long waiting times, fast food is true to its name, fast. Many restaurants focus on a specific type of cooking for their menu, being specialized to deal with a certain crowd. People simply flock to fast food now because they are conveniently located and have a variety of foods.…

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    Marketers target children and youth through packaging; giveaways and contests; product placement in movies, TV shows, and video games; through digital media such as text messaging, cell phones, email, and websites; viral marketing; and cross-promotions involving movies, popular licensed characters, and even books (Dr. Bridget Kelly). Youth ages 11-18 eat at fast food restaurants an average of twice per week. History has shown toys offered with meals in fast food restaurants are highly sought…

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    Advertising Effect on Teenagers The main purpose of advertisement is to persuade a consumer to purchase their product. In the 1700s they advertised to consumers using posters and newspapers. Whereas today we advertise using social media, posters, internet, television and much more. According to William Rodgers, “Advertising is the art of convincing people to spend money they don 't have for something they don 't need.” Rodgers explains that advertising consist of convincing people to buy a…

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    one in the three American children and teens are overweight or obese. Fast food marketing is to blame for the epidemic due to the fact that it preys on the innocence of children and their vulnerability to external influences. Although fast food endorsements are necessary for the survival of the industry, these advertisements are encroaching on every public space to specifically target children and teens. Thus, fast food marketing should be limited, if not prohibited, in schools and other sites…

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    the rise of childhood obesity has effected the health of the next generation. According to the American Psychological Association 50% of the advertisements on children 's shows are made up of food ads and "these ads are almost completely dominated by unhealthy food products (34 percent for candy and snacks, 28 percent for cereal, 10 percent for fast food, 4 percent for dairy products, 1 percent for fruit juices, and 0 percent for fruits or vegetables)". Food advertisements that are targeted…

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    So much advertising here, there, everywhere. The book Fast Food Nation written by Eric Schlosser is about the fast food industry in the United States, and the undesirable result the industry has on all those involved with it. The book talks about different advertisement methods used by the fast food industry. There is discussion around advertising to children. As well as the subsequent health problems resulting from the consumption of fast food. In addition the obesity brought about by these…

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    assignment is regarding on McDonald’s SWOT analysis. At first, this assignment gives background details of McDonald and competitor analysis. After that, SWOT analysis will be explained and discussed. Conclusion will be given at the end. Background of McDonald McDonald’s is an international brand of fast food restaurant which is one of largest franchises in the world. McDonald’s provides locally-relevant and quality food and drinks at various affordable price such as hamburger, chicken…

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    continuously have McDonalds for dinner because that is what the kids on Television were having. McDonalds for dinner has become the norm due to advertising. Imagine one child experiencing the advertisement, craving the product, complaining to mom about not having it, mom giving in and then finally getting it. Now imagine an entire classroom of 36 students doing this, because they were all watching the same channel at the same time. Those who didn’t get their way with mom, are going to school and…

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