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  • Advert Most Producers
    625 words
    EQUAL RIGHTS FOR WOMEN- WELL NOT IN THE AD WORLD Women have demanded equal rights for themselves in all aspects of their lives- in the voting system, in business and even in the home. Yet they are consistently bombarded by stereotypes through the media, which reflect them as not being intellectually, and emotionally equal to men. The role most women play in adverts has not improved much over the years. If you think of all the adverts you see in one day, how many women are shown as being unattrac...
  • Garrard Advert Their Image
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    In this essay I have chosen to compare two adverts. I chose two from a magazine called 'VOGUE', I chose them as they both were linked by the theme of fashion but were advertising different products, this will help me show differences between the adverts but the fashion theme will help me to also highlight similarities. The first advert I chose was by a company called 'Garrard' they make fashion accessories such as leather accessories, silverware and also jewellery which is what they are mainly k...
  • Holiday And Bank Insurance Money Adverts
    2,690 words
    Investigation into some of the statistical differences between The Times and The Telegraph on a specific day Design and Planning The aim of this project is to compare two daily published broadsheets. The two papers that will be used are THE TIMES and THE TELEGRAPH, both purchased on the same day. A lot of data can be easily collected from a newspaper, ranging from average word length to area devoted to adverts per page. The project will attempt to reach conclusions regarding three specific quest...
  • Levi Guys In The Adverts
    1,528 words
    Why in your opinion, was the Levi Strauss 501 campaign so successful? The Levi Strauss 501 advertising campaign was so successful in 1984-1990 as it attracted the typical American teens selling independence, sexuality and physical good looks, representing the perfect figure and body. It illustrated a complete lifestyle to the teenagers world. Admiring the fantasy of idols James Dean and Marlon Brando, all connecting to the Levi guys (jeans) in the adverts, giving the impression of a sensual, hea...
  • Gay Adverts
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    I have decided to spilt the following essay into 4 sections, the first three concern different adverts and the final one is a discussion of gay advertising in general. The first advert I shall be looking at is 'Corvette Duvet Cover' from Gay Times, Issue March 2000, page 67. This is a written text, as far as the author is aware this text does not appear in any other medium. The text was found whilst looking for adverts specifically aimed at gay men. I decided to analyse this text as it appears t...
  • Local Shop And Television
    462 words
    To inform people about your business Introduce products into the market To gain customers / increase sales Create a memorable image The main aim of the advertising that I do for my shop will be to attract customers and to increase my sales. The different methods of advertising are listed below: Television This will get your business across to millions of people. However it is very expensive and since my shop is only a local shop, and television shows adverts to people all over the country, the a...
  • Bike Adverts
    1,362 words
    Compare Several Adverts Looking At The Ways They Aim To Influence Their Intended Audience Discuss in relation to feelings / experiences using particular ads as examples to support your view. In todays world, adverts have a great deal of influence over what we buy and do. Nearly everywhere we go some type of advert bombards us. For example, there are adverts on buses, on television, in magazines and on the street. Most of the time I feel like a prisoner to them, because their power of persuasion ...
  • Young Mans Car Breaks
    287 words
    The two adverts I have chosen to study is the "AA" advert and the "Citroen" advert. I chose these two adverts because they are adverts that are quite different, but are based on the same thing: cars. The AA advert is advertising roadside assistance for your car if it breaks down. The basic story of the advert is that a young mans car breaks down at the side of the road. He signals for help but no-one stops, until a work van pulls up. The men in this work van say to him "Do you need any help?" , ...
  • Shiseido Advert The Image Of The Woman
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    Comparing and Contrasting Two Magazine Advertisements In today's world, adverts have a great deal of influence over what we buy and do. Nearly everywhere we go some type of advert bombards us. For example, there are adverts on buses, on television, in magazines and on the street. Within this essay I am going to compare and contrast an advert for Organics Shampoo and an advert for Shiseido The Makeup. An advertiser needs to be very aware of the type of person that they are aiming to sell their pr...
  • Long Shot Of The Dancing Girl's Back
    1,211 words
    English Coursework- Media Study The purpose of adverts is to encourage and attract people to buy a product or service. To do this advertising companies use language, images and sound very carefully to make sure that their product or service is as appealing to a potential customer as possible. A good advertising executive can expect to earn a great deal of money as it is their ideas that will make a product successful. Every advert has a core proposition- the main claim made about the product. Th...
  • Attention To The Advert
    653 words
    The reason that we advertise is so people buy or think of things in a particular way. Everyday, we get at least 1,500 thrown at us. The adverts we are able to analyse are called display adverts. Display adverts conjure up certain emotions towards what is being sold and draws attention to the advert and makes people look at it. There are people in charge of producing the adverts just like there are people in charge of school. In this case they are the client, The accounts team and the creative te...
  • Tender And Pure Anaisanais
    1,198 words
    Analysis Of? Anais Anais? Advert By Cacharel Analysis Of? Anais Anais? Advert By Cacharel Every advert is targeted at a certain audience. It is designed to persuade a certain person of a specific age, sex and class to purchase the product in focus. In an advert, the product being advertised is portrayed to its target audience looking its best and up most. The advert is advertising ' AnaisAnais' perfume by Cacharel, Paris. It is printed on a double page. On the left is a large, close-up photograp...

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