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  • Ad Of A Woman Being
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    Analysis of Women in Advertising (All advertisements referenced in this document can be found in The Practice of Writing, Fifth Edition published by Bedford / St Martin's) Since the advent of advertising in printed media women have been featured and targeted by various companies as a key demographic. The goal has always been the same, though the methods of reaching women have changed drastically in the last century. The image of women in advertising has evolved from primarily a homemaker into th...
  • Recent Tampon Ad
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    " Why do you always complain about your cramps and your uncomfortability. Look at these people; they " re having a good time while on there period". That's what I told my girlfriend when looking at a recent tampon ad. It's funny though, that this particular ad we were looking at, was talking about how they (the tampons) don't hurt, how they helped conquer fear and also the race of people that it used. When I first look at this ad I see two girls and a guy playing Frisbee. It seems like a fun atm...
  • Ad The Woman
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    Kim, Steve Eng. 100 Final Draft The Influence of Magazine Advertisement Since the inception of advertising was introduced to the world, mass produced images has impacted the lives of many consumers. The marketing strategies of many businesses have thrived from the result of advertising and still are. Our lives are consistently bombarded with the images of people, places, and tangible products. Advertising has for generations predominated the modern world, without the existing influence of advert...
  • Girls In The Magazine Ads
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    Anorexia The ads in all magazines promote one thing; skinny is the only way to be. From youth girl magazines to magazines inferred for adults, all women in ads are skinny, and this represents that you have to be skinny to be pretty, or get the man, or even to get the job. When I looked over the ads closely it really surprised me. I never consciously realized how much the ads were promoting you have to be skinny and have no hips to achieve the certain things they are promoting. It makes me sick, ...
  • Sexual Appeals As Advertisers
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    Sept. 29, 1998 Appeals to Women Most advertisers use different appeals to create stereotypes about their audiences because people often buy magazines which fit the stereotypes they make about themselves. For example, people who always read Newsweek are mostly people who are at work, who are economically stable, and who are interested in the world situation. On the other hand, the audiences of Shape are mostly young women who are interested in reducing their weights or shaping up. In Jib Fowles' ...
  • Model In Every Image
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    An array of young models, each idealized and every one showing themselves off in a beautiful, yet sexual stance. The focus on flowing dark hair and thin bodies draped with trendy clothes that in some cases leave a lot of skin to be seen and admired. The idea of perfection personified through facial expressions of self-confidence and uncompromising appearances in each image. These are just a few ways in which Calvin Klein's ad campaign tries to attract costumers. Attempting to convince the public...
  • Show Ad After Ad About Perfume
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    The scent of women It is safe to say that most women like to smell good. Perfume holds the power that woman are what they wear. Women's magazines everywhere show ad after ad about perfume and what she will be able to do once they wear it. However, not all women have the same tastes and interests. In order for perfume ads to be successful, advertisers cannot just use one kind of formula to appeal to attract women. Sporty women compared to high class conservative women probably do not have the sam...
  • Method Of Body Chopping
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    ADVERTISING CONCEPTS This paper is meant to explain some concepts of advertising in cortese's Provocateur. Three basic concepts I will explain, as well as show examples of, are Body Clowning, Body Chopping and Subconscious Seduction. These three concepts are widely used in the advertisement business today. I will be providing and referring to some advertisements, out of magazines, to show these methods. This should further help the understanding of the material being covered. The first method ad...
  • Ad For A Sex Video
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    Effective WritingMuthyalaWhat Ads Say / What We Remember "After all, advertisements are purely functional things, and therefore the criterion is their success as advertisements and not as works of art". - H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh Well, yes. Although recognizable works of art are commonly used in advertisements, the ads themselves will most likely never end up in the louver. With both of those mediums, though, you will notice that an individual's retention level will be remarkably similar. Mo...
  • First Looking At The Ad
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    During the first adds of the century, the media has always tried to send hidden messages through the ads telling you to buy their product. However, as times have changed, so too have the methods of trying to manipulate the buyer to buy a certain product. The first ads were originally conservative and not as sexually explicit as they are today. However, today, many ads are very sexually explicit and show both men and women as sexual objects. There are many ads that also contain implicit messages ...
  • Woman Seeking Man Ad
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    Is There More Than One Message In an Ad? The personal ads can reveal a message about the author that is not intended to be put in the ad through ink. To find this type of information you have to look a little deeper to find these kind of messages. The author might not mean to, but in the form of their writing they send out bits of personal information that is not intended to be noticed. As in the ad of Woman Seeking Man, I find that the woman has been hurt in the past and that is why she is bein...
  • Free Jell O Ads
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    In the story Hunger as Ideology by Susan Bordo women are portrayed as passive and inferior to men. Bordo looks into advertisements to prove her point about how visible it is that women are how they are suppose to be dainty and quaint. In the movie "The Thomas Crown Affair" it is totally opposite; the woman in this story is independent, strong, and self-reliant. She is able to outsmart him and prove to him that she is able to survive without any help. The modern women has transformed and broken t...
  • Jimmy Choo Ad In W Magazine
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    In today's society, we are bombarded with images telling us how to dress, think, act, and behave. As Ed Norton in the movie Fight Club says while looking at a Calvin Klein underwear ad, "is that how real men are supposed to look?" I decided to search for an ad that can be seen as controversial or even disturbing at that, and I was lucky enough to come across a Jimmy Choo ad in W magazine. The message is clear-buy these shoes. Whether or not that message is being conveyed in the most appropriate ...
  • Steve Madden Logo In The Ad
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    We see them in the subways, bus stops, magazines, and television, but what do they mean How do they manage to catch our attention Advertisements often find ways to sell their products by psychologically manipulating people. The advertising industry makes us envious of others and convinces us to be unhappy with what we have (Valk o). Steve Madden ads usually feature women with absurdly large heads and hourglass bodies which try to force the audience to wonder what the ad is about. One of these od...
  • Colour The Ad
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    "Provide a close analysis of an extract from a television advertisement" As an audience of many media forms, we come into contact with advertisements a great deal. Advertising is the idea of promoting a product / idea, by making it publicly known to its audience. Advertisements should attract attention or describe its product favourably in a public medium. Advertisements come in many forms and placed in many sources such as posters on billboards, pages in a magazine or even on the internet. The ...

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