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    According to “Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India” (http://www.icmrindia.org /free%20resources/casestudies/ban-tobacco-ads11.htm) India in Feb 2001, following suite after France, Finland and Norway, threatened to ban the advertising of cigarettes and the sponsoring of sports and cultural events. The Supreme Court of Appeal in Belgium in 1981 and the French Constitutional Council in 1991 supported banning advertising of tobacco products. The World Health Organization projected…

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    During the 1950’s cigarettes and other tobacco products were extremely crowd-pleasing and mainstream for American citizens. Throughout the decade a large majority of the population smoked cigarettes or used tobacco in some way. Cigarette smoking was the largest form of tobacco use. Tobacco was viewed as healthy for your body mentally and physically. One of the largest tobacco industries, if not the largest, was Camel. With over 98.2 billion in sales Camel cigarettes were obviously exceptionally…

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    Direct mail advertising is inherently risky, and, of itself, rarely guarantees success. If executed poorly, recipients are likely to regard it as spam and quickly dispose of it, thus being a waste of money, time, resources, and, potentially, reputation (Suttle, 2015). In fact, 44% of direct mail recipients throw the mail away immediately, without opening it (Suttle, 2015). Nevertheless, when complementing the right campaign, and when utilised correctly, direct mail is an invaluable asset. As…

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    regulations, etc. In India, the government was asked to step in to ban tobacco advertising, a situation that can be used to examine the difficulty of sorting out ethical issues for governments and companies. In India, there was a push to ban tobacco companies from advertising or sponsoring events. This was driven by a desire to prevent youth and others from taking up smoking by limiting their exposure to tobacco product advertising and through an anti-smoking program (“Ban on…

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    Tobacco Case Study

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    The ban on tobacco has become an ethical challenge for the Government of India. Tobacco was originally an expensive product, but it quickly became cheap through mass production in countries like India. It became so cheap that young children started smoking and it led to major health problems for the population of India. The Government noticed their increase in “state spending on health care” (Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India. (n.d.), and now that they had to do something to…

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    Future: National Survey Results on Drug Use). It is obvious that tobacco and alcohol companies hire outstanding, top of the tier, marketing…

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    won the fist prize in the poster competition sponsored by the Priester Matches Company. It is an advertising poster for matches and shown in Berlin. Bernhard was only 18 when he created this poster. Lucian Bernhard (March 15, 1883 – May 29, 1972) was a designer from Germany. Before he came out with the final version of the poster, he had the poster with two dancing women forming from burning tobacco smoke. His friend told him this poster was a great cigar poster. This misleading understanding…

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    Tobacco Should Be Banned

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    manufacturers and consumers are all intertwined when it comes to the topic of tobacco. Tobacco can take many forms but for this case study we will focus on the overall topic of tobacco in general and the great step that one country took to not be an enabler to the addictions of tobacco through advertising. The tobacco industry is a massive income maker. According to an online source, The Guardian, (“Global, 2012) revenue from global tobacco sales are estimated to be close to 500 billion…

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    Banning Cigarettes

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    the makers’ intended”(Morris, 2001). This included tobacco products, however the moral dilemma is that smoking has been a part of Indian life for a long time. The government also felt that they had a right to intervene when taking the “overall interest” of the countries’ people into account. Advertisements for other dangerous goods were already banned (guns, pharmaceuticals), so why not tobacco? The health reasons were compelling enough. Tobacco related deaths were predicted to reach 8.4m by…

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    Cigarettes And Smoking

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    to be more specific, has affected the consumption of cigarettes. Advertising comes in many shapes and forms: paper advertisements, commercials, or even product placement in film. To some extent, people are controlled by the messages delivered to them by the media through subliminal messaging. It’s well known that a person’s desires stem from external stimuli that have shaped them throughout their entire lives, a fact that the tobacco companies use to their advantage via advertisements. Companies…

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