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    Advertising Analysis This paper will analyze an ATT commercial according to audience, purpose, context, ethics, and stance. The focus will emphasize the audience which the aid is trying to reach and how they do so. The commercial begins with Latino rap music playing in the background, as a man drives up in a 62 chevy low rider convertible. This car is the paramount of ghetto style enhancement. As he pulls up it is impossible not to notice his car’s insanely high-powered hydraulics. This

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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 (Valko). 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 odd

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    Missing Appendix/Ads Advertising Theory and Practice ASSESMENT 1 Advertising analysis The message of the Ad Background The ad campaign by OPSM is selling contact lenses, but more so informing potential customers of the ability to have a free comfort trial. The magazine ad (appendix A) is 1/3 page size placed on consecutive pages creating a flowing story style. The TV ad (Appendix C) plays for 56 seconds and would be shown in prime time slots. There is also a mail brochure Appendix B); this

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    Advertising Analysis Advertising is constant. Wherever you are and whatever you are doing, you will be bombarded with advertising; it's commonly accepted that the media (a collective term for film, radio. television, music, the printed press [ i.e. newspapers and magazines] and now, the Internet) is a key part of our modern day lives. The media is largely funded by advertising, because companies will pay large sums of money to reach the huge audiences of the media; and so, every time you

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    Advertising Analysis Alcohol is a product that tends to be advertised by sex appeal and social class, although these specific ads factor these components in, they mainly focus on one gender and its superiority over the other. In this day and age, advertisement takes more than a simple "leave it Beaver" appeal; it takes something that will catch your eyes while flipping through the pages of a magazine or through channels on TV. The whole point of ads is to get you to identify with the characters

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    Advertising is an integral attribute of the market economy and the engine of trade and competition between different types of producers. Certainly, the essential role of advertising in the life of people is to deliver information to consumers. However, especially talented and creative advertisers are able to transform an ordinary informative message into an exciting entertainment campaign. Customarily, advertising has been principally a one-way communication, but in the modern world with its new

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    Advertising is a potent industry in the modern world, whereby it helps communicate and shape social values. Schudson (1993) states that advertisements work in such a way that they are able to form cultures, so much that popular cultures become “events” in the foreground of people’s lives, creating discussions or even for analytical reflection. It has a crucial function in sustaining the capitalist-consumerist dynamics prevalent in a globalized world, by reinforcing the belief that people need things

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    completely necessary and therefore I would say was ethical, since it didn’t seem to harm anyone too severely. In the mind of Roland Marchand, “a leading late twentieth-century student of advertising”, write about what he has gathered through his lifetime along the lines of advertisements in his essay Advertising the American Dream. From

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    The Many Messages Behind a Picture: A Rhetorical Advertisement Analysis Advertisements are always around us. They are in every phone, every computer, the newspaper, and in every magazine. Advertisements are omnipotent and, similar to bothersome siblings, they are constantly reminding you that they exist. Advertisements always distract us and generally force you to look at them. Although we try not to look, our attention is always drawn to bright lights, the word free, or motion. It is these tactics

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    Analysis of an Advertising Campaign We are swarmed by advertising. Companies constantly battle to compete for the sale of their product. Adverts appear in every form of media including radio; television; Internet; billboards; newspaper; flyers and magazines. The advertiser wants us to buy their product above their competitors. The basic aim of advertising is to convince the target audience that their product is the best in the field and superior to the other products of similarity

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