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  • New Desires Of Today's Society
    950 words
    The following advertisements promote new desires and new cultural mythologies towards our society. The older desires are still evident because they are used in nature differently, but now new desires are emerging. These new desires include the power and freedom of women, a new rugged view of sex and sexuality, extreme risk, and strangely enough truth has been a new evident trend. The largest new trend or desire of our society pertains women and the new role they have in our society. In today's w...
  • Display Cigarette Ads
    400 words
    "Surgeon General's Warning" Advertising is a technique to display a product on the market. They are also ways to sell the product. There are many different ways to advertise ones product, such as magazine articles, billboards, and television commercials. Advertising claims and basic appeals can be used to persuade the audience that their product is better then their completions product. But when the product is harming to the audience, do the advertisers have the right to still advertise the prod...
  • Silk Cut's Bagpipe Ad
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    Abstract Since the late 1970's, requirements to have government health warnings on cigarette advertisements and restrictions by the Advertising Standards Authority on associating smoking with glamorous lifestyle, have been accompanied by the development of surrealist advertising, particularly by Gallaher with their Silk Cut and Benson and Hedges brands. This chapter proposes that elements of the tobacco industry, having long recognised the power of sexuality in advertising, have now tapped into ...
  • Marlboro Industry And Camel Industry Target Teenagers
    839 words
    Effective Media and Tobacco Advertising is everywhere we look today. According to recent estimates, most Americans see or hear nearly 2,000 advertisements a day, whether it is on television, radio, billboards, magazines, or newspapers. But what is advertising exactly In short, advertising is a form of persuasion and misdirection from businesses or companies to convince buyers that their product is the best. One area of effective advertising is tobacco companies' advertising. Tobacco companies ta...
  • Winston Cigarette Advertisement
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    Cigarette Advertisements Advertisements are everywhere. After turning on the television, within minutes the viewer will glimpse dozens of spot ads that attempt to lure him / her to buy a certain product, join a certain club, or watch a specific show. When driving on a highway those in the vehicle will pass countless billboards urging them to stop at a particular restaurant, spend the night at a distinguished hotel, or visit enjoyable family theme parks. The most prominent form of advertisement, ...
  • Ad For The Newport Cigarettes
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    Smoking Your Health Away Puff, puff, puff... u the cool fresh taste of smoke in your lungs. Doesn't that taste good? Well, depending to whom you talk to, a variety of answers are possible. It is interesting though, that we, as a society, actually are still deceived into believing the false promises of happiness and bliss from smoking cigarettes. In our society people still deny and forget the fact that smoking causes lung cancer and directly kills over a million people every year, and that is ju...
  • Advertising Industry
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    The speech titled "Advertising's Overdue Revolution" is a very interesting read. I will attempt to break the speech down into a number of main themes discussed by the author. I will then examine each of these themes and decide whether or not I agree with the points presented. On the issues that I have a difference of opinion, I will examine why, and try to support my argument with relevant facts. How much is advertising responsible for the highest credit card debt and lowest household savings in...
  • Advertising's Positive Effect On Cigarette Sales
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    The issue of cigarette advertising has been controversial for many years. Recently, opponents of cigarette advertising, believing that the ads encourage young people to take up smoking, have called for stronger governmental controls. Proponents claim that a product that is lawful to produce, sell, and consume has every right to be advertised. This article examines recent research on the effects of cigarette advertising and shows that there is no evidence to support the belief that cigarette ads ...
  • Ad For Camel Cigarettes
    946 words
    What are cigarette advertisements really selling you When we look at cigarette advertising in today's society we see that it portrays smoking as a non-harmful addiction. If you spend some time looking through a magazine, I guarantee that you will stumble upon at least seven different cigarette ads from such popular companies as Camel to Marlboro. Each ad gives you a different perspective at each brands ideal image of cigarette smoking. Of course we all remember Joe Camel, the retired mascot for ...
  • Federal Cigarette Labeling And Advertising Act
    1,687 words
    Since 1971, the cigarette industry has not been allowed to advertise on radio and television. However, the ban has not worked as well as it was planned to work. The reasons are that advertisements are not the primary reason that teens take up smoking. Another reason is that the industry has gotten around the ban by using forms of hidden advertising and corporate sponsorship. The industry has also heavily relied on the print media to advertise its product. Smoking has become influential due to ma...
  • Tag Lines For Philip Morris Marlboro Cigarettes
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    The marlboro ad A Western landscape, a rugged cowboy and the color red have come to embody years of advertising tag lines for Philip Morris' Marlboro cigarettes. These three elements, combined or separate, are recognizable as the American call to Marlboro Country even without the brand name, sales pitch or slogan. We, as consumers, all know where the flavor is and what can be found in Marlboro Country. Marlboro advertisements today reap the benefits of the tradition that proceeds them; they capt...
  • Virginia Slims Advertisements
    753 words
    Advertising We live in a fast paced society that is ruled by mass media. Everyday we are bombarded by images of perfect bodies, beautiful hair, flawless skin, and ageless faces that flash at us like a slide show. These ideas and images are imbedded in our minds throughout our lives. Advertisements select audiences openly and subliminally, and target them with their product. They allude to the fact that in order to be like the people in this advertisement you must use their product. This is not a...
  • Newport Cigarette Advertisement
    1,599 words
    Newport World Today, cigarette advertisements generally target a specific consumer with flashy advertisements and try to establish a reputation with them at a young age to ensure the mof a life long consumer of their cigarettes. Cigarette advertisers try to glorify their product with a variety of marketing schemes that tap into the human need of acceptance, they do not care if they are selling a smoke filled death to children, but if theiradvertisements are increasing sales. Advertisers have the...
  • 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...

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