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    The Philip Morris Anti Smoking Campaign

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    The Philip Morris Anti Smoking Campaign Traditionally, many advertisements released by cigarette brands under the Philip Morris label have depicted happy people joined together in friendship (supposedly due to their common habit). Other advertisements attempted to associate cigarettes with sleek mystical figures, sometimes even sexually desirable ones. All this has changed, however, due to recent legal developments in which the cigarette giant was pressured to offer anti-smoking ads, in addition

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    The Failure of Anti-Smoking Ad Campaigns

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    have been studying on the impact of anti-smoking advertising campaigns .As a result of some research , main question arises : “do anti-smoking ads really have an impact on people’s decision about quitting smoking?” or “do they really work?” It is a controversial issue and plenty of studies and investigations support that there is no clear evidence to prove they have a significant influence on adults’ or youth’ decisions. The most striking reason of why anti-smoking ads fail is that there is not enough

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    Truth is of the many national anti-smoking campaigns aimed at curbing youth smoking in the United States. The Truth campaign was “established as part of the 1998 Master Settlement Agreement between major U.S. tobacco companies and 46 U.S. states, the District of Columbia and five territories”(Truthinitialive.org). In the ad it is evident that a person is lying dead on a bed. The pale, white feet lying on a bed covered by thin white sheet, with a tag hanging from the toe suggest it is the tag that

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    commercial from the Minnesota Anti-Smoking campaign is designed to make you think about and question what you are not only doing to our own body but how your are affecting others around you by choosing to smoke and the ads plea

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    The Health Consequences of Smoking

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    up campaigns to prevent smoking in their countries. Some examples of these anti-smoking campaigns are the ban on smoking in public places in the UK since July 2007, under the Health Act 2006, the anti-smoking T.V advertisements and campaigns against allowing smokers the benefit of the NHS treatment, when they suffer from smoking related problems. This essay will propose to outline the causes and the effects of this anti-smoking attitude in the UK and the USA and explain why similar campaigns would

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    Smoking kids campaign started in Thailand by Health Promotion Foundation in the year 2012. It is rated as one of best anti-smoking campaign around the world. They used child actors to get adult smokers to think seriously about taking their own advice on their effect on smoking. Thailand Health Foundation wanted a fresh and new anti-smoking campaign that directly interact with the smokers and instantly provoke them to realize the hazard of smoking in order to noticeably reduce the number of smokers

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    message to population by the anti-smoking, anti-drugs and anti-drinking advertising campaign. Some of arguments promote specific anti-smoking mass media advertisements as a way of reducing the amount of smokers effectively. According to the research of Farrelly, Davis, Lyndon Haviland, Messeri and Healton (2005), “anti-smoking television campaigns have a positive effect on discourage smoking, including highlight short and long term health consequences”. In US, mass media campaign known as “truth” is launched

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    target teenagers. As controversial as this is tobacco companies shouldn’t advertise teen smoking. Many teens may be lured to believe cigarette advertising because it has been part of the American Culture for years, magazine ads and the media target young people, and these companies receive a drastic increase financially; however, the advertising by these cigarette companies has disadvantages such as having to campaign against their own company, limiting their cigarette advertising and becoming a controversial

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    related to the health such as high rates of smoking and alcohol and drug abuse. Although smoking prevalence has declined from 1990 and 2005, it may be claimed that that tobacco cigarettes prevalence among Kazakhstan population is still significant problem (Peto et al. 1996, 15; Gallagher et al. 2010, 36). According to Gallagher et al., although the smoking prevalence in Kazakhstan is 26.6% (2005) and remains at a relatively average level, tobacco smoking prevalence among men (43.2%) is still one of

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    revenue from tobacco taxes to fund smoking cessation programs, and improve the quality of anti-smoking advertising campaigns. Teenagers normally function financially on a very fixed income, commonly working part time for minimum wage. With cigarette prices at $4.50 per pack a high school student can afford to smoke regularly, but when you double that price a student will think twice about the value of cigarettes. With the numerous health risks associated with smoking, buying cigarettes at any price

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