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    Ad Analysis Essay As we know advertising has been used by many companies, campaigns in the marketing industries for many years. It is a form of propaganda which tries to grab the viewer's attention in order to persuade the viewer to buy the product or be part of a service. The advertisement I chose to analyze is Smokey the Bear. Smokey the Bear was first seen in a 1944 poster in which he is asking American folks to help prevent human-caused wildfires. Wearing just dungaree jeans and a ranger yellow hat with his name labeled on it and holding a shovel, Smokey the Bear has become a well-known American symbol. This ad was successful in the use of plain folk, emotional appeal, and loaded words. This ad has successfully used the plain folk…

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    the environment but the people who are unlucky enough to find their ecosystem ravaged by flames (Image 1). Collins wrote a poem so casually joking about forest fires because he wanted to demonstrate that poetry should discuss serious issues and not simply play it safe. Another of Collins motivations for writing “Flames” was to ruffle the feathers of those who consider Smokey the Bear an American icon. Smokey the Bear is an American icon and can likely be identified by any individual in the…

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    Smokey The Bear Case Study

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    A Synopsis of the Case Facts Tony Menendez was an auditor with Ernst & Young before he began working for Halliburton as their Director of Technical Accounting Research and Training in March 2005. He was told by his new boss, Mark McCollum, the Chief Accounting Officer, that he was needed to be the “Smokey the Bear” in the accounting team (Eisinger, 2015). They had just gotten over a two-year accounting probe from the SEC shortly before Menendez was hired and he was supposed to do an assessment…

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    During the summer of 2016, I fought wildland fire for the Weiser Ranger District of the Payette National Forest in Idaho. I worked on a type four heavy engine, E-421. As a firefighter, I was able to witness climate change and increasing fire activity first hand on an off forest assignment to Midas, Nevada. It was there where my module was the first to respond to the Hot Pot Fire. In a little under 36 hours, the Hot Pot Fire spread 123,000 acres. It claimed an abandoned ranch and almost consumed…

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    as fast as possible, and educating the public about why fire is bad for the environment. Although fire is not considered “bad” many foresters at this time did not know the benefits of fire and the its ecological role in changing the landscape for the better. People were more worried about the destruction of timber. After severe fire seasons in the 1930s the Civilian Conservation Corps was created. They declared that every fire must be put out at 10am the next morning after the initial report.…

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    Stop Wildfires Before They Start. Wildfires have different names, such as forest fires, bushfires, and unplanned fires, which occur across the globe. Wildfires are an uncontrolled fire in an area of combustible vegetation that occurs in the countryside area. Wildfires get pretty big in size and they can go at a very fast speed of fourteen miles per hour. Fire can change the speed and the direction at which it spreads out from its original source. It can be devastating because fire has the ability to…

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    Forest Service Benefits

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    The United States Forest Service was created at the turn of the twentieth century to help ensure the forest and lands of the US were taken care of. This was the first time leaders were chosen because of their knowledge of nature instead of some bureaucracy non sense. The Forest Service was staffed with university educated foresters chosen because of their expertise of the forest. Before the US Forest Service was formed politicians managed the land that belonged to the government and this was…

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    History Of Motown Records

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    Motown Records was created by Berry Gordy on January 12, 1959. Motown made its impact on the music industry forever. Artists that we know as legends today such as Stevie Wonder, the Temptations, Marvin Gaye, and The Jackson 5 started in Motown. Together their music brought a community together. Motown started with just a man and 800 dollars loaned from his family. Berry Gordy was a dreamer, and also a teacher, producer, and entrepreneur.Gordy as an African American owner wanted to make a…

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    “Smokey” Robinson. After being turned away by Jackie Wilson’s manager, a dejected Smokey Robinson was heading back to his car and Berry Gordy stopped him and told him he liked the songs they were auditioning (Gordy 90-92, Posner23-25). After more conversation Berry discovered that Smokey had written over 100 songs and Berry ask to look and critique them, leading to a lifelong business and friendship between the two. This meeting would actually lead to the development of Motown Records, with…

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    Berry Gordy Biography

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    only lead to the development of Motown artists. In my opinion, it is almost like during this time period female artists were trying to gain the respect they deserved. Many women repeatedly stated that they wanted to look like Diana Ross. This was very important to the racial tension during this time period. White people wanted nothing to do with black people creating this strain between races. With the comments women made about their feelings toward Diana, this shows the cultural boundaries…

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