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    Alcohol Television Commercials are Misleading Viewers At any given time a person can turn on their television and find a commercial of some sort. Their main purpose is for them to throw information about their product to anyone who will listen. It is also common for this form of advertisement to be promoting an alcoholic beverage. Whether it’s a catchy song with the chorus chanting “This Bud’s for you!” or three frogs belching “Bud-Wei-Ser!”, viewers learn the slogans and use them in their own

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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

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    Sidney's The Defence of Poesy and Television Commercials I know that something major has changed in the world of television when my sons refuse requests to turn the set off with the comment, "Just let me finish watching this commercial." I have always thought that commercials were something to endure until the real program came back on. Apparently some of them have now become the form of entertainment par excellence of the medium. What do TV commercials have to do with Sidney's The Defence

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    Television Commercials and Their Appeal

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    Television commercials are used for the sole purpose of persuading viewers to use a specific product. Some are enjoyable and others are not, but they all use different characteristics to communicate to their target audiences. Commercialists use many different techniques, such as association and promotions, to convince viewers to use the products they advocate. Theses methods distinguish the commercials that are more persuasive than others based on how they are set up and how they appeal to the audience

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    Children's Television Commercials: Analyzing the Representation of Family The assignment requires children’s commercials to be studied to find how these commercials are coded to give meaning to a representation of ‘the family’. However, before this can be tackled the concept of representation must be discussed as well as clarifying what exactly is meant by ‘children’s commercials’. The assignment is open to many interpretations as to what constitutes a children’s commercial. A commercial aimed at

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    THESIS STATEMENT Considered one of the greatest inventions of the twentieth century, commercial television continues to exert a profoundly negative impact on our social, moral, ethical, behavioral and educational life. OUTLINE I. Introduction A. Invention of television in 1927, in San Francisco B. Commercialization of television: NBC and CBS, 1948 - 1953 C. Inherent appeal of television: appeals to senses, mind, imagination II. Exerts a profoundly negative influence over certain

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    Television commercials, something that is always on TV. They could be meant for advertising most of the time or aired to give people a bathroom break and what not. We hate it but there are times when it catches our fully undivided attention. There are people who just get annoyed by them and hate with a grudge. To me, I personally don’t like them unless one catches my eye. Majority of the Americans do not like commercials due to the fact that they can be inappropriate. One thing that happens for a

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    I will conduct a sociological analysis of television commercials. The cultural norms in the commercials and a reflection on how commercials are agents of socialization will also be part of this analysis. For each commercial, I will reflect on how advertisements define an idealized self, or in better terms, how each commercial illustrates an image of what we should be, must be or ought to be. The characterization of a desired state that each commercial presents will be part of the cultural norms

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    Recent Coca-Cola Commercial Directed by feature-filmmaker Bryan Singer, Coca Cola’s most recent television ad in their “Real” campaign features Salma Hayeck in the supposed natural setting of a business meal at an upscale Hollywood restaurant[1]. While presenting many of the elements that Jib Fowles discusses in his essay “Advertising’s Fifteen Basic Appeals,” this Coke ad also portrays the duality of women in our society. The only unambiguous message of this commercial is the product it

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    The image of wife and mother prevails over the others. She is a simple and loving woman, with a reassuring middle-class beauty. A figure that often coincides with the housewife. Her model is well represented not only in the many cleaning products commercials, but also in the food ones, such as in the spots of the snacks for the children or the pasta for the family. An interesting example comes from the Findus spot of the Quattro salti in padella ready meals, in which are used typical registers scenarios

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