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    Cigarette Advertising Cigarette advertising restrictions do not have and intended effect, and despite that in many societies there is an increase in cigarette consumption. Only who is affected with those restrictions are the cigarette companies which are in danger of becoming a form of commercial censorship. However, I do not want to claim against consumer protection laws against false or misleading advertising claims. The end result of cigarette advertising restrictions and any other legal products

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    Proclamations made by cigarette companies claim people will feel happier, more glamorous, and healthier. A suggestive proclamation by “Lucky Strike” company states, “Smoke Luckies! You’ll get the happy blending of perfect mildness and rich taste that fine tobacco – and only fine tobacco – can give you. . . . So get complete smoking enjoyment. Be Happy – Go Lucky today!” The company has used “lucky” as its product name trying to make consumers believe that anyone who smokes these cigarettes is lucky and will

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    Truth About Cigarette Advertising Two lithe, tanned bodies lazily languish near a limpid river. The heads of the two persons are thrown back in poses of a supremely confident nature. Their facial features, though, are indistinguishable amidst the ephemeral haze which envelops them. Curiosity piqued and intently surveying the scene, one then notices the cigarettes dangling from the fingers of the pair. Advertisements such as this are now ubiquitous to the point of annoyance. These attempts to entice

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    1st Amendment and advertising, I immediately think of the ban of tobacco advertising. In 1964, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) agreed that advertisers had a responsibility to warn the public of the health hazards of cigarette smoking. In 1969, after the surgeon general of the United States released an official report linking cigarette smoking to low birth weight, Congress signed the Cigarette Smoking Act. This act required cigarette manufacturers to

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    Cigarette Advertising and the First Amendment Alexis A. Rose Lamar University REFERENCES Paralusz, K. M. (1998). Ashes to ashes: Why FDA regulation of tobacco advertising may mark the end of the road for the.. American Journal Of Law & Medicine, 24(1), 89. Walsh, M. (2001). High Court Hears Case on Tobacco-Ad Ban Near Schools. Education Week, 20(33), 27. Paul, D. (n.d). U.S. supports global anti-smoking treaty. USA Today. Crain, R. (1997). Ad industry lacks `wiggle

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    Cigarettes, Alcohol, and Cars, Oh My! An Analysis of Cigarette Advertising Advertisements about cigarettes is nothing new, in fact these advertisements have been enticing consumers for decades. These advertisements all painted the same picture that smoking is great for you, everyone is doing it, even your doctor. The use of sex appeal to sell the product by eluding that cigarette smoking is attractive and entices the opposite sex. Cigarette advertising can be traced back all the way to 1884, when

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    Worst Cigarette Ad of All Time Advertising is designed to shape and influence the perception of the public. Many companies use advertisements as a way to attract the attention of the consumer about their products. Also, advertising is created for one goal -- to sell. To achieve this target, advertisers are willing to spread and deform the truth, just to convince people to buy their products. However, most commercials are not just simple marketing tools; they carry hidden messages. For example, tobacco

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    Advertising is the primary use of marketing by companies to promote their products. It is used to lure the public, or certain group of people towards the company or the company’s product, and make the consumer want to purchase, and keep purchasing. This was the case with cigarette companies in Canada and the United States until strict regulations started coming into effect, such as cigarettes being banned from advertising on television and radio in the U.S. in 1971 (Qi 215) and Canada’s “Tobacco

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    Cigarettes are bad. Since the scientific discovery of 1964 on health effects of smoking, no one can deny their link to cancer and other life-threatening disease anymore (Komaroff). More than six million people die due to smoking related diseases every year (Daube et al., 1001). Each one of these cancer sticks contain 400 toxins (Tarshis, 5). Before laws regulating cigarette advertising, companies knew exactly how to influence young adults. Many may recall Joe Camel which was a “cool” camel often

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    Over the years, advertising has come a long way. From the 1920’s focus on improved social status and communism fears to advertisements staged like MTV videos so the target audience will think of the fun from MTV when they see the product (Maasik 144, 147-148). Although the merchandise keeps changing, one thing will remain constant: the use of imagery in marketing goods to the masses. Stuart Hirschberg, coauthor of The New Millennium Reader, notes, “The claim the ad makes is designed to establish

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