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  • Liquor Ads On Tv

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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 television

  • Advertising Alcoholic Beverages to Children

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    Advertising Alcoholic Beverages to Children Alcohol manufacturers use a variety of unscrupulous techniques to advertise alcoholic beverages to children. Perhaps the worst example is Anheuser-Busch Co., the world's largest brewer, which uses child-enticing cartoon images of frogs, dogs, penguins and lizards in ads for Budweiser beer. These Budweiser cartoon characters are hugely popular with children, just like Joe Camel ads. A KidCom Marketing study once found these Budweiser cartoon character

  • Pros and Cons of Alcohol Consumption in College

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    Depending on how much alcohol is consumed, and in what time period it is being consumed, drinking can cause the following problems: slurred speech, drowsiness, vomiting, upset stomach, headaches, breathing difficulties, distorted vision, impaired judgment, and even blackouts. College students generally associate parties with drinking. They assume that if you are at a party, alcohol will be involved. Especially on four year campuses that have many fraternities and sororities, alcohol is even more prominent

  • Exposing Our Youth To A Life-Threatening Addiction

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    Introduction The advertising of alcohol products is an ongoing controversy concerned with the impact that it has on young people. Through subliminal advertisements, irrational desires are cleverly instilled in the minds of millions by callous alcohol companies. It is unfortunate that the targeted minds are mostly those of our youth. The teen market in the United States is lucrative and important to marketers due to the fact that brand loyalties begin during adolescence and continue to last

  • The Impact of Alcohol Advertising in Sport on Teenagers

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    Introduction: We all have seen how Alcohol has had a sizeable impact on sporting events. Sporting events such as the Heineken Cup In Rugby, The Guinness Autumn Rugby Internationals, and The Hennessy Brandy Gold Cup. The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship was called the Guinness Hurling Championship when Guinness was the main sponsor between 1995 and 2008. In England Liverpool FC were sponsored by Carlsberg and Heineken also sponsor the Champions League. These are just some brands that have

  • The Effects of Advertising

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    ad for each of these products used various techniques. Marketers realized that their target audience are less likely to pay attention to their ads yet alone remember them so they were pretty creative with the techniques they used. Most of the advertisement used very intense colors such as, bright red, orange, blue, and neon colors. Loud music was also frequently used among the ads. Some animation was used; however, real kids were most frequently used. For example, the ad for Barbie shows Barbie

  • Celebrities And The Media Influence

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    them. Some of the things that celebrities and the media influence are teens. Teen may began to copy these people they see and it can become a big problem. Some of the things that arise from copying them are drug abuse and addiction, problems with alcohol, eating disorders/ low self-esteem or confidence, and many more. When teens see some of their behavior they may think it’s okay to follow their lead. Everyday you see more and more celebrities getting into trouble with the law. Everywhere you go

  • alcohol

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    Alcohol is a compound of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, which can be combined together in many different ways. There are many different kinds of alcohol, the commonest being called ethyl alcohol. Ethyl alcohol, or ethanol, is present in varying amounts in beers and wines, and in distilled liquors such as whiskey, gin, and rum. Alcohol consumption touches many million people around the world. The use of alcohol depends on an individual’s social, cultural, or religious background. One of the earliest

  • Underage Drinking

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    parents who allow teens to experiment with alcohol in a controlled setting with experienced adults. Alcohol consumption should be the decision of a well informed adult. Alcohol should not be regarded as such an unsettling topic when encounters with alcohol are inevitable and prevalent in our daily lives. As a result of harsh restrictions placed on alcohol by our government parents are not only discouraged to inform both negative and positive attributes of alcohol, but they are also looked down upon for

  • Commercial Identity

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    Commercial Identity This is one of the best essays I ever wrote. It was also the easiest and quickest to write because I had fun doing it. It was amazing how much my writing improved when I decided to have fun with it. "Forced" writing never turns out well no matter how skilled the writer is. Although girls may tell you they don't judge a guy based on the brand of beer he drinks, they are lying! Bud Light's new spot shows two guys fail miserably when they offer two good looking (surprise, surprise)