Female Audience Essays

  • Television Commercials Designed for the Female Audience

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    Television Commercials Designed for the Female Audience The television commercial is perhaps the most effective means of product marketing and advertisement. Television is present in 99% of American households, and it stays turned on an average of seven hours per day. (http://www.envirolink.com/) The television audience is a varied, widespread audience, ensuring manufacturers that their products' advertisements are reaching all possible customers. Obviously, not all products are produced for

  • Advertising Lingerie For Male And Female Audiences

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    between advertising lingerie for both male and female audiences. Commercials of focus are Primark’s Valentine’s Day campaign called 'For every side of you ' (see Figure 1.) and Justin Bieber’s photo shoot for Calvin Klein (see Figure 2.). Both brands are well – known, nonetheless their profile and target groups are slightly different, mainly because of price range, thus associations created by their campaign can be seen variously, depending on audiences’ status, gender, age, experience and many other

  • Soliloquies Essay - Kate's Soliloquy in The Taming of the Shrew

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    Kate's Soliloquy in The Taming of the Shrew Kate's soliloquy brings about a joyous conclusion to The Taming of the Shrew.  The audience leaves the theatre with a pleasant feeling, glad that such a shrew could be tamed so well.  Kate herself realised the error of her ways, making the men feel confident while making the women feel safe.  Moreover, the audience found the speech to be very sound and sensible, as the views expressed in the play were extremely popular at that point in time.

  • A Feminist Reading of Buffy the Vampire Slayer

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    ideas about gender roles and female agency. Whedon nods both to the "slasher" as a subgenre and to feminist film theory in the Season 3 episode, "Helpless." In "Helpless," Whedon grafts the slasher scenario onto the Buffyverse but makes significant changes, based, I think, both on feminist responses to the genre and also on his own understanding of the show's audience demographics. Though Whedon puts his title character on a continuum with the slasher's female but "boyish" victim-heroes, Buffy

  • Print Media: Choosing Sensationalism Over Accuracy?

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    it’s parents arguing about simple matters, will the child have a negative idea about marriage? As a magazine major, I have a tendency to sit around and read a lot of magazines in my spare time. While some of my favorite magazines are for the female audience, such as COSMOPOLITAN and GLAMOUR, I also like to read articles from such men's magazines as MAXIM and PLAYBOY. I have this habit of always comparing the types of articles being published in certain types of magazines, especially if the articles

  • Hannah Webster Foster's The Coquette

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    at the floor, disgraced by the picture of ineffectual, trapped, female characters. We might see similar reactions when placing Foster's novel in an eighteenth century context. But would they be the reactions that Foster anticipated? Were eighteenth century female readers to see The Coquette as an instructional text, or were they supposed to enjoy it without applying it to their own lives? Did she aim to teach her female audience about proper conduct, and to warn about the dangers of the licentious

  • A Comparison of Two Advertisements

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    Big companies know that they need to make their product appeal to as many ‘niche markets’ as possible and they do this by ‘audience segmentation’. This is when companies make an advert so that it would appeal to one type of person, and then another advert for the same product but for a different type of person. Although it is hard to know exactly when there target audience will be watching, companies will spend lots of money researching. With the extremely wide variety of channels now to choose

  • Homoeroticism In Shakespeare Literature Review

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    focuses on the proceeding of the prohibitions of women on the English stage, as young pubescent boys played female characters. (Bullion, L. 2010:7) According to Smith (1994:48); “Historical records, however, the laws were hardly rigorously enforced and cases in which a man was executed for violating the law.” Orgel states; “That Early Modern England exhibited a much greater unease towards female sexuality than towards male sexuality” (Orgel.1996:35-6). He continues by saying; “Theatre therefore, was

  • The Importance Of Chronemics In Speech

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    applicable to my classroom audience are size, chronemics, and location. Furthermore, size refers to amount of individuals present for the speech. In my context, I will be delivering to classroom size of approximately thirty students and one instructor. Another significant factor to consider is chronemics. In the book Speak Up! Third Ed. authors Douglas M. Fraleigh and Joseph S. Truman (2014) state, “chronemics refers to the time of day or day of the week when your audience members will be listening

  • Margaret Atwood's 'Spotty-Handed Villainesses'

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    with their audience. The speeches set for study address a range of issues in passionate and perceptive ways, striving to address a problem, rally people together or change a group of minds regarding the topic issue. Many groups of people including leaders of countries, social activists, people dreaming for change or those on opposing sides of a hot topic issue choose to present their ideas in the form of a speech, often reflecting their inner thoughts as they attempt to persuade the audience of

  • Analyzing Katy Perry's Song 'Roar'

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    Short Question Section 1. Who is the target audience and how do you know this? Use evidence to support your opinion. The target audience for the song ‘Roar’ by Katy Perry is young females. The song’s genre is pop, which appeals to young audiences (children to young adults) and is completely free of inappropriate language/swearing. It doesn’t contain any mature themes and the lyrics are simple and easy to understand. The song is most likely aimed at females because it tells them to be strong and uses

  • Comparing Characters in Athol Fugard´s Marter Harold and the Boys

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    absence in the play as a whole. They are both females; however, they are from different cultural backgrounds. There is a distinct difference between the race as well as the class of both females. The relationship between Hally’s father and mother as well as Willie and Hilda emphasises how dynamic the relationship between a domineering male and a subservient female can be. The two relationships reveal how similar the situations are even though the females are from completely different cultures. Hally

  • Teen People Magazine

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    appeal to young female readers. Its content features well known celebrities, use of bright and flashy colors, and an organized layout that attracts an upbeat, young readership interested in high-quality appearance and style. Although the magazine’s main focus may appear to insure a great fashion sense, it also concentrates on a philosophical orientation by covering a more diverse readership that includes all colors, sizes, and shapes of females. Teen People also expands its audience by recognizing

  • The Use of Techniques in The Mummy

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    The Use of Techniques in The Mummy In the extract from ‘The Mummy’, a wide range of techniques are employed in order to convey certain aspects to the audience. The ways in which the camera is used have great effect on the impression given; for example the minimal movement, including slow pans, in order to not detract from the impressive nature of the exotic location – a staple for films of the action/adventure genre. The vastness of the desert is also emphasized by the use of wide shots

  • Analysis Of Nike Women: Make Yourself Campaign

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    Nike Make Yourself Analysis In fall 2011 Nike came out with a campaign emphasizing the empowerment of female athletes entitled the Nike Women: Make Yourself campaign. This campaign portrays passionate, elite women that show characteristics of strength, dedication, health conscious, perseverance, and represent individuals from a variety of different sports and lifestyle. The ad featured seven women athletes, and the main marketing effort was to encourage women to want physically to become "the best

  • Analysis Of Jazz Concert

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    The performance was 12 sections long and the musicians moved around the main auditorium while performing. They interacted with the audience and even asked them to join in. This lively performance summarized what the concert really represented; a celebration of Jazz in every way possible. The musicians commented on the challenging times and the lack of funds available for musical concerts

  • Margaret Atwood Spotty Handed Villainesses

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    tools utilised by orators in their attempt to put forth their values and views, enforcing them upon their audiences and depict how knowledge in their context is as important in the present in order for the central concerns established throughout to mould their audiences view. This idea is explored in speeches such as Margaret Atwood’s ‘The spotty handed villainesses’ which provide the audience with an entertaining insight into the portrayal of villainesses in novels, also Aung San Suu Kyi’s ‘Keynote

  • There Are No Secrets To Success Carol Dweck

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    Success comes from working hard and not being afraid to fail because one learns from their failures. In “Chapter 3: The Truth About Ability and Accomplishment” from Mindset: The New Psychology of Success Carol Dweck, the author argues to a broad audience that a growth mindset leads to academic success. A growth mindset focuses on students trying harder than they did before and views any struggle as an obstacle that can be surpassed, thus motivating students to work harder. Growth mindset students

  • Behavior in William Faulker´s A Rose for Emily

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    of Homer in her house. The author foreshadows the plot and applies first-person point of view to form the theme, which leads to an understanding of Emily’s behavior. The story opens with the townspeople attending Emily’s funeral, which informs the audience what happened to Miss Emily before the story developed. The introduction also begins with an exposition of the protagonist. “The men through… respectful affection for a fallen monument” (30) briefly portrays Emily as a legend, and someone who made

  • Compare And Contrast Avatar And Avatar

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    Cinema as a form of art is just like painting, music; its purpose is to deliver the message, information to its audiences. The information is interrupted differently by different audiences; popular cinema plays to our unconscious desire, it reflects the unconscious desire in a certain level. Therefore it is popular. The movie I chose in this essay is ‘Avatar,' it is one of the most famous ‘blockbuster’ movies in history, it released on 2009, the budget of this film is ‘237 million USD.' The box office