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    Smoking tobacco is one of the leading causes of lung cancer in our times. This was not always the case. More people used to chew tobacco. However, smoking a cigarette is very popular today. At the start of the 1900’s, “the cigarette became the major tobacco product made and sold... [selling] 3.5 billion cigarettes [in 1901]” (Randall, 1999). Smoking tobacco has turned into a big problem on a global scale. According to the World Health Organization, “[t]obacco kills around 6 million people each…

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    Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India Tobacco has been in world history since the Mayan Indians of Mexico indicated tobacco use in their carved drawings. “These drawings date back to somewhere between 600 to 900 A.D.,” (Jacobs, 1997). Tobacco made its way into North America and before long, it went all over the world to many countries. People realized the money that could be made from Tobacco and found ways to make its use easier and more addictive. “In 1964 the…

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    beautiful could have ugly insides? What the ad by British Petroleum, “Advertisings Basic Fifteen Appeals” by Jib Fowles, and “What 's Wrong with "Deceptive" Advertising?” by Daniel Attas have essentially helped me learn even more so is to not judge a book by its cover; advertisers can make something look shiny and alluring in order for them to get their way. Devious individuals play your emotions into getting what they desire. “Advertisings Fifteen Basic Appeals” is an example of all the ways…

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    Indian Tobacco Case Study

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    study by Philip Morris (2001) Indian Tobacco. The writer has analyzed both positive and negative impact of banning the advertisement of tobacco in India. He has demonstrated different ethical issues arising from government getting involved in Tobacco business. The government goal of imposing the advertisement ban is to discourage the adolescents from consuming tobacco products. As a result, fulfill its obligation to maintain the welfare of its citizen. Whilst, tobacco industry, contributes…

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    news.com.au/travel/travel-updates/travellers-hit-with-airport-tax-for-duty-free-cigarettes-after-limit-lowered/story-e6frfq80-1226473969812 The limit of the amount of tobacco allowed to be brought into Australia dropped from 250 to 50 cigarettes as of September 2014. This not only covers cigarettes pushed duty-free but also any tobacco you’ve attained. Many overseas travellers were unaware of this change and were forking out up to $100 in tax in order to hang onto their bulk purchased…

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    Ban on Tobacco Ads by the Government of India In 2001 the government of India instigated a bill which banned tobacco companies from sponsoring sporting and cultural events as well as advertising their products. This induced some fierce debates with people arguing the ethical right the government has to meddle in such affairs, saying it infringes on the people’s rights of choice and building of commerce to improve the economy. The India government purported the objective of the ban was to…

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    campaigns are to discourage the idea of smoking in each individual’s mind. “Anti-tobacco media campaigns, often called counter-advertising campaigns, were originally aimed at countering the effects of tobacco advertising by cigarette manufacturers” (Friend, Levyl). Recently a research journalist has shown that “Research also has examined which anti-smoking advertising characteristics are most strongly related to decreased pro-tobacco beliefs, attitudes, and actual smoking behaviors” (Balch,…

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    E-Cigarettes Vs Tobacco

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    growth, in contrast to a steady decline in tobacco cigarette sales. It’s not hard to see that the appetite for these devices, which users claim to be more palatable, economic, and healthier than tobacco cigarettes is increasing at an astronomical rate. Some users of e-cigs argue that they are beneficial for people who are trying to kick a tobacco habit, while others cite that “vaping” is a healthier alternative for a person who would otherwise smoke a tobacco cigarette. The arguments…

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    ban additives, like menthol – Weight 2% A threat to the tobacco industry is government restrictions on flavor additives to cigarettes. Like many consumer products, the tobacco product industry differentiates brands based on differences in taste. The menthol additive is especially important because it reduces the harshness of tobacco smoke. Tobacco product companies have long used menthol as a way to reduce the negative sensations of tobacco use in new smokers as well as creating product lines…

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    Advertising Effect on Teenagers The main purpose of advertisement is to persuade a consumer to purchase their product. In the 1700s they advertised to consumers using posters and newspapers. Whereas today we advertise using social media, posters, internet, television and much more. According to William Rodgers, “Advertising is the art of convincing people to spend money they don 't have for something they don 't need.” Rodgers explains that advertising consist of convincing people to buy a…

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