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  • The Effectiveness of ASPCA's Commercial

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    of Cruelty to Animals) came out with a commercial that would shock the advertisement industry. The effectiveness of this commercial is proven, simply by watching the reactions of the commercial’s viewers. For those who have never seen the video it has a very sad and morose tone to it. The commercial begins with showing pictures and videos of suffering animals with the song “Angel” playing in the background. While this is going on the narrator of the commercial (Sarah McLachlen) is softly talking about

  • Axe Peace Commercials

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    Commercials can be an annoying, boring and go on about stuff that some people might not care about. Although, some do have good intentions and messages like the Axe Peace commercial by the Axe company. Axe is a company that makes men's shower gel, body sprays, deodorant, and hair care products. Axe recently came out with a new product called Axe Peace, which is exactly what they are trying to promote by coming up with this product, peace. The ad shows many different war situations in which they end

  • Feminism and TV Commercials

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    Feminism and TV Commercials Television commercials to the average person are a form of entertainment. They are also a way for people to see what is being sold out there in the real world. To a critic television commercials are much more than that. Depending what critical approach the critic uses he or she will analyze the television commercials differently. I decided to challenge myself and instead of using an approach that I knew about I used one that I knew little about. In my discussion

  • Nike Commercials Analysis

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    When you see a Nike commercial that's what it consists of. It makes the consumer want to feel like they're on top of the world. Nike is known for bringing in famous athletes for their commercials and ads. The athletes make people feel like they can be like them or as good as them. Nike really progressed with their commercial over the years. They made it feel more personal recently by showing us more about regular people than just their usually celebrities. In three Nike commercials that i've chosen

  • Describe yourself to your MBA classmates

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    living exploiting the sea, but chose to do similar work as a corporate executive. Although I have no siblings, my hometown contains over fifty family members, and our agenda of family activities is always packed. Most of my family is employed in the commercial fishing industry, which instilled in me at a very young age, the concept of work. At age eleven, I started babysitting and mowing lawns, and at the age of fifteen I applied for my lobster license. The first summer with my license, I took a job as

  • Radio

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    Radio I have selected to listen to CBS (101.1) FM and WNYC (820) AM. CBS FM is considered to be a commercial radio station, were as WNYC is a public radio station. These are two entirely different radio stations, which I've selected to listen to for my assignment. In this essay, I will discuss the format of the stations, how they affect me personally, and the use of productions of each station. CBS FM has an old style sound that works well with the program. The sounds are from the fifties,

  • Safeco Commercial Symbols

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    Commercials mirror the expectations that society puts into place. In this particular Safeco Insurance commercial, the scene opens with a white elderly woman garnishing her honeyed ham. Her husband is in the background knife and fork in hand ready to be served. The old lady starts to rant about the fanciness of her daughter 's newly renovated kitchen. Her husband nodes his head as she speaks toward the viewer. She argues "it is strange" and she is afraid to touch anything inside the kitchen because

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of A Commercial

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    This is a compare and contrast rhetorical analysis paper focusing on a print billboard advertisement and television commercial. The billboard advertisement is centered on a smoking death count, sponsored by several heart research associations. In addition, the television Super Bowl commercial illustrates how irresistible Doritos are, set in an ultrasound room with a couple and their unborn child. The following paragraphs will go in depth to interpret the pathos, logos, and ethos of both the billboard

  • Importance Of Commercial Diplomacy

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    1. Trade diplomacy and commercial diplomacy is based on the contemporary requirements, economic issues and trade have been established in the external actions of states as consistently growing objectives which are now given greater priority. They also are regarded as key factors in the current dynamics of international politics. Cooperation and the maintenance and strengthening of international peace and security have traditionally been, and remain today, essential goals of diplomacy. However, it

  • The Importance of Localism and Non-Profit College Radio

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    This national play list has caused most listeners to feel that radio has become a cold and stale medium. No longer can listeners pick up the dial and call a DJ to request a track. Instead, they would probably find only a board operator inserting commercials in between an already chosen play list. The role of college radio lies in the bleak future of diversity and innovation that is lacking in the industry today. College radio is non-profit by nature, relying on community and university funding to