on the effectiveness of the campaign’s website: KentuckyFriedCruelty.com. In this memo, is a draft of questions that I suggest we ask on the PETA Facebook page. I explain the reasoning for each of these questions and what we learn from the responses. Also, I give some extra recommendations to the site that should be considered.
Question 1: Celebrity Support
The Kentucky Fried Cruelty campaign has seen great support from celebrities. A page on the website under the tab Celebrity Support lists over 50 celebrities whom all support the movement. For each listed celebrity, there is a corresponding photo and text block showcasing their support. The campaign has seen a wide range of support from His Holiness the Dalai Lama to adult actress Jenna Jameson. Also included in this list is some academics such as renowned author and Princeton professor Dr. Cornel West. I think it is important to see the effectiveness of all of this support.
(1a) Does knowing that these celebrities support this campaign effect your support?
One issue with some of the celebrities is that they are either polarizing or no longer very relevant. For example, it is clear that this list has not changed from 2003 because a large number of the celebrities listed were only briefly popular during that time such as many of the listed rock bands which have now faded into obscurity.
Also, from the inception of the campaign, the figurehead of this campaign has been Pamela Anderson. Although we are very fortunate to…
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