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    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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    Perfume Ad Analysis

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    Advertisements work to convince the viewer of a certain message, whether it is to vote for a particular candidate or buy a certain product. This is done through agents of persuasion. By analyzing several different perfume ads from two different magazines we can discern the intended audience, the message, and the different routes of persuasion used. To start, the Modern Muse perfume ad from Cosmopolitan magazine uses both central and peripheral routes to persuasion. The Muse ad…

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    Graham had a good-sized crowd but it wasn’t the size that he had wanted (Graham, 1997). But one night before the event, the place was crawling with reporters and photographers. When Graham asked what was happening, one reporter answered, “You’ve just been kissed by William Randolph Hearst” (Wooten, 2001, p. 8). Of course Graham had heard of the famous newspaper owner, Hearst, but he had never met him or even talked to him. Graham did not know the exact reason why Hearst decided to tell his…

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    William Randolph Hearst created a media empire after his father, George Hearst gave him the San Francisco Examiner. After that, he battled the Ney York World publisher Joseph Pulitzer by purchasing the New York Journal and earning awareness for his “yellow journalism.” He went into politics during the century’s turn, and won himself two terms in the U.S. House of Representatives but was unsuccessful in his attempt to become President of the United States and New York City’s mayor. These things…

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    It was fun as well as informative. Hearing about how the hippie culture impacted America was very interesting and it showed how hippies made an impact on everyone. The answer of “my wedding” as fondest memory, knowing that my grandma would want to hear the recording when it was done, has to bring a laugh to everyone. Also, hearing about Patty Hearst was really interesting. I had never heard the story before and it is a pretty crazy one to hear. From LSD hippies to bank robberies it was very…

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    only industrialized nation that bans hemp, while consuming the worlds largest volume of hemp products” (3).There are many more products made from hemp, other than food and beauty products. As Edith Cook expresses, there are more than 5,000 textile products that can be produced from hemp. Along with textile products, more than 25,000 products can be produced from the hurd (The coarse part of the flax or hemp that adheres to the fiber after it is separated)(Merriam Webster) products that range…

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    Built as the building for the College of Mine- a college which taught some relatively unique majors, the Hearst Memorial Mining Building was designed to have a different character compare to other colleges. With this in mind, it can be observed that some interesting expressions were specifically and intentionally crafted under the drawing pens of John Galen Howard and the outcome is worthy to be discussed and investigated. At the very first, the idea of emphasising the speciality of mining…

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    Patty Hearst Kidnapping Patricia Campbell Hearst was a rich daughter who got abducted by the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) when she was only 19 Years old. She was highly intelligent, attended college, and is now a actress. Always remained in Private Schools, four to be exact.y In 1982 she wrote a book with Alvin Moscow called ¨Every Secret Thing.¨ She was the third daughter of Randolph A. Hearst. She was born on February 20, 1954 and is currently 63. The SLA did not treat her like your…

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    Blackstone Case Study

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    firm should do an IPO, outlined by the firm’s internal project group, included: • Permanent pool of inexpensive capital and a wider group of investors • Long-term orientation in compensation package to employees • Shares could be used as currency in transactions • The firm would become more reputable • Partners could monetize their ownership in the firm The firm also identified several drawbacks with going public, including: • Quarterly reporting requirements leading to higher costs…

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    It will make your company appeal to new customers by making your operations seem legitimate and credible. This additional credibility can also be important to attracting the additional capital investment you’re seeking. Your liability as the owner of the company would also change once you become an S-Corporation. As you operate right now, you, the owner, are entirely and personally responsible for any and all liabilities. Once you file the Articles of Incorporation in your state, along with…

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