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  • Advertisers
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    How Advertising Affects What You Buy Catherine Crawford English 1 A MW 4-515 Dr. Bergmann November 13, 1994 (Research Paper) OUTLINE Thesis: Advertising has different effects on consumers, it changes their prospective on what is, and what is not, worth buying, what they buy and when they buy it. 1. How advertisers target a certain background or area for their product, and how they get your attention. 2. What advertisers use to get you to buy their product, such as symbols or slogans. 3. Descript...
  • Company Plans For The 70's Car
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    Advertising in the 90's is a widespread business. Both in America and in foreign nations. There are both campaigns and single advertising strategies. Not only are new products being advertised but are old products as well. The article from the Advertising column in The New York Times on December 18th 1996 called Remember that Datsun 240 Z you drove 25 years age Nissan hopes you will buy it again deals with Nissan plan to restore their 1970's model of the Nissan 240 Z to its mint condition and ch...
  • Advertisements About Cars
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    Right now I'm thinking about the Internet, the all-pervasive medium through which I've published my thoughts and work I've done in my free time for several years now. Like mostly everyone else, I communicate with others using the Internet, play games through it, read news, and learn about things. (Except, sadly, I am not convinced the general public is interested in learning.) And we are all familiar with the 'dot com mania' and the insane rise in the NASDAQ - and, sadly, the subsequent fall of ...
  • Part Of The American Dream
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    The 1920's were a decade of rebirth characterized by the founding of the 'American Dream' -- the belief that anyone can, and should, achieve material success. What is the American dream? It consists of a family, house, cars, and other luxury items. Why do we feel so compelled to pursue it? The reason is because we, the American public, have been convinced through advertising to acquire it. It is a very powerful way of persuasion. Advertising affects us so powerfully that it sometimes sets our vi...
  • Car Advertisement
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    The advertisement is for a car: the Peugeot 206 and is aimed largely at young men. It was broadcast in the break of the Graham Norton show, which a lot of young people watch. It contains a young man in a large white room with medical equipment such as a heart monitor in it, the camera angle shows the whole room making it obvious that he is in a hospital or somewhere similar. Then enters the room a young female doctor and despite the way she is dressed; in a white scientist coat; has her hair rat...
  • Fairness And Moral Obligation
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    Almost every time one turns on the television he will see some sort of advertisement. Shoes, cars, phone companies, and many other products are advertised every day. We see all sorts of commercials where the end is full of fine lines that are displayed so fast that one, whom is not a speed reader, could never read it before it is taken off of the screen. This leaves the viewer with only the knowledge of what he saw in the commercial without the fine wording at the end. There are also radio adver...
  • Defect In Their Cars
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    Article summary: Audi had faced lots of problems in the U.S. market, and the problem is because Audi has a weak and unclear image in the market and that is why they only sold 83,000 cars in 2001. Their aim is to get 200,000 cars a year, with this image it will take them a long time to get to there goal. So, their plan is to make a huge advertising campaign to make their image look better in the market. They will start advertising in networks like CNN, and NBC; also they will advertise through ma...
  • Americans Look At Ads
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    It's been said that the more a person acquires in life the more happy he or she will be. Materialism is defined as the devotion to materialism, with a disinterest in or rejection of spiritual values. But is a person with less wealth any less happy than one who has no material needs? This is a question that has been asked throughout the world's existence. WHAT or HOW MUCH material possession must one have until they " re content? The "need" of material possessions has been equaled with happiness ...
  • Good Advertisement
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    Opening the magazine you come across this really good- looking man with his special car, smoking a cigarette while the sun covers everything with a golden gloss. Life is just perfect. Life is just perfect when you smoke the perfect cigarette. The attractive man looks satisfied: satisfied with his perfect life and with his perfect cigarette. That is why people choose buying those cigarettes: they want to get a glance of this precious satisfaction. They are searching for the "spirit", which the mo...
  • Stereotypical Identity Of A Middle Age Consumer
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    "You are what you buy". In one way or another, everyone's identity is related to the products that they purchase. Nearly every product on the market is directed towards a certain group of people, whether it is based on their gender, age, or even their income level. Trying to target a particular group of people is one of advertisers biggest concerns. Some products, such as make-up, are always directed at females ranging from teenagers to middle age women, other products such as cars are usually d...
  • Impact Of Advertising The Impact
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    The impact of Advertising Advertising The impact of advertising is a fiercely debated topic, and has been ever since the conception of advertising in its most basic form. Advertisers essentially have the power to promote positive impact or negative impact to our society. Unfortunately, the advertiser had caused many negative social impacts. Advertising has been blamed for a great variety of negative social impacts. One of the major criticisms received by advertising is that it forces people to b...
  • The Car Company Ads
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    This weeks Newsweek has a whole bunch of advertisements. I think that most of them are targeted for middle-class businessmen because nearly a forth of them are computer companies. Apple has an eight page section all to itself. Also there is a lot of telecommunications advertisements and some car ads. Microsoft also has a large four page section all to itself. Nearly all of the ads are trying to sell very expensive things, from cars to computers to cruises. Dodge has two different advertisements ...

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