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  • The Negative Effects Of Television Advertising And Children

    Television Advertising and Children Everyone has experienced the interruption of their favorite show with advertisements. According to the dictionary, to advertise is the act or practice of calling public attention to one’s product, service, need, etc., especially by paid announcements in newspapers and magazines, over radio or television, on billboards, etc.. One should contemplate what the effect is that advertisers want the consumer to have as a result of watching their commercials on television. Television advertising influences the decisions of consumers through constant exposure to messages and images, especially children. It’s important to notice that the most affected viewers are our children. Children are exposed to all kinds of information, and it’s not always the healthiest one. When a child is watching his or her favorite show, there is a probability that the way they think and act could have been influenced by advertisements. Children are easier to persuade because they can’t determine what’s right or wrong,…

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  • How To Be Stupid Martin Miller Analysis

    In Mark Crispin Miller’s essay How To Be Stupid: The Lessons of Channel One he discusses how television ads and commercials are detrimental and useless to it’s viewers. These viewers he speaks of are school aged youth, forced to watch Channel One everyday while attending school. The ad’s promoted on the channel demonstrate unhealthy habits, unintelligence, and unrealistic ideas. In the essay Miller discusses the way people think while after and while watching these advertisements, what the ads…

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  • 1980s Advertisement Analysis

    Advertisement from the 50s through the 80s The mechanics of advertising on television remain fairly similar throughout the ages. We’ll explore 3 different television advertisements throughout three decades and compare the similarities and differences of each advertisement. The advertisements reviewed are from the 50s, 70s, and 1980s. Each advertisement is designed to appeal to three different demographics. The first being a teen audience, the second and adult audience, the final being…

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  • Aspca Mission Statement

    What comes to mind when you hear the song “Angel” by Sarah McLachlan? Do you get teary-eyed and have to change the channel like the musician herself? When I hear this song the first thing that comes to mind is a bunch of wide-eyed mistreated puppies and kittens. Who is behind these television ads, (if you don’t already know)? The answer is the ASPCA. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, was the first humane society to be established in North America back in 1866. The…

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  • Social Media Analysis: Fear The Walking Dead

    RESEARCH FOR ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA TRF 696 FALL 2016 Audience Observation Miyen Yoon 1.0 Introduction When people watch a television show, they are exposed to commercials. But does this mean that they give as much attention to the commericals as they do to the show itself? The aim of this project was to observe how the audience views a television show and the advertisements differently and to identify how we could call their attention to commercials. This report presents the observation of a…

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  • Geico Advertisement Analysis

    As you can imagine television advertisements are the number one business of making money. But today we 're going to talk about two Geico commercials. Geico is an auto insurance company that offers you 15% off in 15 minutes on car insurance. I think Geico just says that so that people can call or go to their website to get a quote. 15% off in 15 minutes is not guaranteed; it is a risk Geico takes to make money. With these funny advertisements the audience is a person with a driver’s license…

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  • Advertisement Analysis: Get The Girl Ad

    interest in the opposite sex. The idea of cologne to help achieve these ambitious goals began to take place. The Axe company jumped at the opportunity and created a line targeting the younger male generation by using images portraying ads using text and tone to inspire men to be themselves, then in return ordinary men will attract model status women. In the first ad which is “the best AXE commercial” the images change throughout. The advertisement is broken up in parts. Each part is a…

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  • Coca Cola Campaign Analysis

    Advertisments are everywhere. From trains, billboards and busses to mobile devices, television and magazines. Brands are constantly running various campaigns to keep up with society and culture in hopes to stregthen the brand value and image. An advertising campaign involves a continuous series of messages that aim at promoting a particular marketing idea. These campaigns typically require a precise definition of the idea within a…

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  • Avandia Heart Attack Analysis

    times our visits end with a pricy medical bill and a prescription for some sort of medication: whether it be vitamins, antibiotics, or ointments, at the end of the day we have to pick them up from our local pharmacy. Amongst those who have taken their annual trip to the doctors are patients with Type 2 Diabetes. The horrible diseases that interferes with people’s blood sugar sends diabetics running to the doctors in hopes of a cure to their illness rather than the temporary insulin that they are…

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  • Distorted Beauty Analysis

    actress Romola Garai who says even her size ten is considered unacceptable for the red carpets. Based on all the studies Armstrong presents, he tells that it is evident a change in images used on magazines, fashion and television could begin a movement to encourage people that beauty comes in different looks, shapes and sizes. The backbone of Armstrong’s article is Durham University’s research on a study that found women who normally preferred thin bodies were significantly less keen on them…

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