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  • Advertisements About Cigarettes And Alcohol
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    Nowadays, despite warnings about smoking and drinking we can easily perceive advertisements about cigarettes and alcohol. Both of these substances are harmful for human health and create tortuous effects, after abusing them. All of us know that smoking results to addiction to nicotine, ulterior lung cancer, and it is very hard to quit smoking. Cigarettes comprise a step to drugs, according to researches. Moreover, alcohol incurs alcoholism, an afflictive phenomena nowadays that smites a big perc...
  • Influence Alcohol Consumption
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    Alcohol and Advertising Throughout the history of television, viewers have raised many questions about alcohol advertising. Does advertising influence alcohol consumption? Does it has an impact on alcohol abuse or alcohol related disease and death? How is advertising affecting us? The goal of this essay is to collect evidence, both theoretical and empirical, that would address the question of whether advertising affects in any measurable manner alcohol consumption and mortality from alcoholism a...
  • Advertisement Of Distilled Spirits
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    What Are The History, Laws, Profitability, and Responsibilities To The Consumer Of Advertising Hard Liquor on TV In The United States? INTRODUCTION Purpose The goal of this report is to inform the reader of the recent events that prompted hard liquor advertising on TV. In addition, the laws associated with advertising across this media, as well as recent legislative endeavors to control such advertising. Furthermore, the report also focuses on the potential profitability the distilled spirit's i...
  • Alcohol Ads
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    Good Call In television commercials and magazine ads, Miller uses sex, and woman as a way to grab your attention and to sell the product. We all have heard the saying "sex sells" but how far can alcohol companies take it. In their latest commercials, Miller uses two very attractive female twins that argue about to positive aspects for why they drink Miller. One argues she drinks it for the great taste and the other because it's less filling. This leads to a fight between these two very sexy twin...
  • Alcohol Advertisements On Television
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    Since the dawn of television, extensive research has been done to determine what effects, if any, television viewing has on children. Much of the debate centers around violent, sexual and immoral conduct within the shows aired on television. However, a less popular issue concerns what effect television advertisements have on young viewers. While studies and research have been done in most areas of advertising, one topic remains high on the list of study and debate alcohol. I believe that this is...
  • Are Alcohol Advertisements The Cause Of Underage
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    Linz ay Workman Advanced Composition Rose Bunch Paper 3: Literature Review Alcohol Advertising: The Cause of Underage Drinking? The question, "Is alcohol advertising the cause of underage drinking?" seems to flow through the minds of many American families. The answer to the question largely depends upon the families view on drinking in general. Some homes encourage drinking every once in a while, for social purposes; while others condemn it all together. The topic is very controversial with sev...
  • Advertisements For Liquor
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    According to Antonia Novello, Surgeon General of the United States, in SIRS Government Reporter, the principle cause of death for those between the ages of 15 and 24 are alcohol related car crashes (1). Doesn't it make sense that we should concentrate our efforts into reducing this problem of alcohol abuse Apparently DISCUS, the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States, doesn't think so. Worsnop says that on November 7, 1996, they removed their voluntary ban of hard liquor ads on televisio...
  • Good The Product's Advertisements
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    In 1950, a careless act turned into tragedy when a fire burned wild and swept away over 17,000 acres of forest watershed land in the Capitan Mountains, Lincoln National Forest. When the fire had died off, a badly burned cub was rescued from a charred tree. This cub, later named 'Smokey,' ; was taken to the National Zoo where he lived out the rest of his life. Smokey was soon used to create an animated bear aimed at informing people of forest fires and fire prevention. The 'Smokey the Bear'; ad c...
  • Alcohol And Tobacco Advertisement
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    Recently, the American Medical Association conducted a study in which their objective was to identify the characteristics associated with tobacco and alcohol use portrayed in G-rated animated films. All of the films released between 1937 and 1997 that were available on videotape were reviewed. The results were surprising to say the least. Of 50 films reviewed, 25 displayed at least one event of alcohol use. Alcohol was portrayed by 63 characters, for a total duration of 27 minutes. Their conclus...
  • Advertisement Of Distilled Spirits
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    WHAT ARE THE HISTORY, LAWS, PROFITABILITY, AND RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE CONSUMER OF ADVERTISING HARD LIQUOR ON TV IN THE UNITED STATES INTRODUCTION Purpose The goal of this report is to inform the reader of the recent events that prompted hard liquor advertising on TV. In addition, the laws associated with advertising across this media, as well as recent legislative endeavors to control such advertising. Furthermore, the report also focuses on the potential profitability the distilled spirit's in...
  • Alcohol Ads
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    The major reasons alcohol advertising should be outlawed are that they are targeted towards minors, especially in low class neighborhoods. Most of the companies are placing commercials on shows targeted towards people under 20. They are placing ads in magazines such as GQ, Jane, Maxim, and InStyle. This is why America has such a high rate of Alcoholism. The public is led to believe that alcohol will give you the things in life that you most want, such as money, beauty, and fun. To prohibit alcoh...
  • Tv Alcohol Ads
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    Advertising is a very important tool to motivate people to buy a specific product. However, advertisement may lead people to buy what is not good for them. One example is the advertising of alcohol. Lately, many argued that these advertisements became available in lots of places such as TV, radio, Internet, restaurants, and music festivals. Lots of people think that these advertisements are affecting youth a lot, so the law should do something to stop this. Others say that it should be limited t...
  • Visitors To The Web Site
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    Alcohol & Tobacco Advertising On The Web Alcohol & Tobacco Advertising On The Web As adults, how do we encourage our children to explore the rich resources of the Internet without exposing them to a steady stream of marketing massages, such as junk e-mail, sexually explicit material and hate-mail? This is a question that many people in our society, including parents and educators are struggling to answer. Although we have yet to reach a consensus on this matter, one possible solution is to filte...

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